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Spider Man No Way Home

Spider-Man: No Way HomeĀ is a 2021 AmericanĀ superhero filmĀ based on theĀ Marvel ComicsĀ characterĀ Spider-ManĀ co-produced byĀ Columbia PicturesĀ andĀ Marvel StudiosĀ and distributed byĀ Sony Pictures Releasing. It is the sequel toĀ Spider-Man: HomecomingĀ (2017) andĀ Spider-Man: Far From HomeĀ (2019), and isĀ the 27th filmĀ in theĀ Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film is directed byĀ Jon Watts, written byĀ Chris McKennaĀ andĀ Erik Sommers, and starsĀ Tom HollandĀ asĀ Peter Parker / Spider-ManĀ alongsideĀ Tobey Maguire,Ā Andrew Garfield,Ā Zendaya,Ā Benedict Cumberbatch,Ā Jacob Batalon,Ā Jon FavreauĀ andĀ Marisa Tomei. InĀ No Way Home, Parker asks Dr.Ā Stephen StrangeĀ (Cumberbatch) to make his identity as Spider-Man a secret again with magic, but Strange’s spell goes awry, breaking open theĀ multiverseĀ and allowing supervillains from alternate realities to enter the MCU.


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Spider Man No Way Home

A third MCU Spider-Man film was planned during the production ofĀ HomecomingĀ in 2017. By August 2019, negotiations between Sony and Marvel Studios to alter their dealā€”in which they produce the Spider-Man films togetherā€”ended with Marvel Studios leaving the project; however, a negative fan reaction led to a new deal between the two companies a month later. Watts, McKenna, Sommers, and Holland were set to return at that time. Filming began in October 2020 in New York City, before moving to Atlanta later that month and wrapping at the end of March 2021.Ā No Way HomeĀ explores the concept of the multiverse and ties the MCU to pastĀ Spider-ManĀ film series, with numerous actorsā€”including previous Spider-Man actors Maguire and Garfieldā€”reprising their roles from theĀ Sam RaimiĀ andĀ Marc Webb-directedĀ Spider-ManĀ films. Maguire and Garfield’s return was the subject of intense speculation, and Sony and Marvel attempted to conceal their involvement despite numerous leaks.

Spider-Man: No Way HomeĀ premiered at theĀ Fox Village TheatreĀ in Los Angeles on December 13, 2021, and will be released theatrically in India on December 16 and in United States on December 17, as part ofĀ Phase FourĀ of the MCU. The film received positive reviews from critics and audience, with praise for the performances of the cast, emotional weight, cinematography, action sequences, visuals, direction, villains, screenplay, musical score, and fan service.


  • Tom HollandĀ asĀ Peter Parker / Spider-Man:
    A teenager andĀ AvengerĀ who received spider-like abilities after being bitten by a radioactive spider. The film explores the fallout ofĀ Spider-Man: Far From Homes (2019) mid-credits scene, in which Parker’s identity as Spider-Man is exposed, and Parker is more pessimistic in contrast to previousĀ Marvel Cinematic UniverseĀ (MCU) films. Holland said Parker feels defeated and insecure and was excited to explore the darker side of the character. The adjustment back to portraying Parker, including raising his voice pitch and returning to the mindset of a “naĆÆve, charming teenager”, was strange for Holland after taking on more mature roles such as inĀ CherryĀ (2021).
  • ZendayaĀ asĀ MJ: Parker’s classmate and girlfriend. Her full name is Michelle Jones Watson.
  • Benedict CumberbatchĀ as Dr.Ā Stephen Strange:
    AĀ neurosurgeonĀ who became aĀ Master of the Mystic ArtsĀ following a career-ending car accident. Holland felt Strange was not a mentor to Parker, unlikeĀ Robert Downey Jr.’sĀ Tony StarkĀ inĀ Spider-Man: HomecomingĀ (2017), but instead saw them as “colleagues” and noted their relationship breaks down throughout the course of the film. Cumberbatch felt there was a close relationship between Strange and Parker because both are “neighborhood superheroes” with a shared history.
  • Jacob BatalonĀ asĀ Ned Leeds: Parker’s best friend. Batalon lost 102 pounds (46Ā kg) for his role in this film.
  • Jon FavreauĀ asĀ Harold “Happy” Hogan: The head of security forĀ Stark IndustriesĀ and former driver and bodyguard of Tony Stark who looks after Parker.
  • Marisa TomeiĀ asĀ May Parker: Parker’s aunt.
  • J. B. SmooveĀ asĀ Julius Dell: Parker’s teacher.
  • Martin StarrĀ asĀ Roger Harrington: Parker’sĀ academic decathlonĀ teacher.
  • Benedict WongĀ asĀ Wong: A Master of the Mystic Arts and Strange’s mentor and friend.
  • Jamie FoxxĀ asĀ Max Dillon / Electro:
    An electricalĀ tradesmanĀ from an alternate reality who gained electric powers after an accident. Foxx reprises his role from Webb’sĀ The Amazing Spider-Man 2Ā (2014).[12][18]Ā The character was redesigned forĀ No Way Home, foregoing his blueĀ Ultimate Universe-based design fromĀ The Amazing Spider-Man 2Ā in favor of one that references his mainstream comic appearance.
  • Alfred MolinaĀ asĀ Otto Octavius / Doctor Octopus:
    A scientist from an alternate reality with four artificially intelligent mechanical tentacles fused to his body after an accident. Molina reprises his role from Raimi’sĀ Spider-Man 2Ā (2004), with this appearance continuing from the character’s story and presumed death in that film. Molina was surprised by this approach because he had aged in the years since he made that film and no longer had the same physicality;Ā digital de-agingĀ was used to make him look physically the same as inĀ Spider-Man 2. The mechanical tentacles were created through CGI, rather than through puppetry like inĀ Spider-Man 2.
  • Willem DafoeĀ asĀ Norman Osborn / Green Goblin:
    A scientist and the CEO ofĀ OscorpĀ from an alternate reality who tests an unstable strength enhancer on himself and develops an insane alternate personality while using advanced Oscorp armor and equipment. Dafoe reprises his role from Raimi’sĀ Spider-ManĀ trilogy. Dafoe felt Green Goblin was “further down the line” with “a few more tricks up [his] sleeves” compared to his portrayal inĀ Spider-ManĀ (2002). The character also obtains upgrades to his costume to make him more closely resemble hisĀ comic book counterpart.
  • Thomas Haden ChurchĀ asĀ Flint Marko / Sandman:
    A small-time crook from an alternate reality who received sand-like abilities following an accident. Church reprises his role from Raimi’sĀ Spider-Man 3Ā (2007).
  • Rhys IfansĀ asĀ Curt Connors / Lizard:
    A scientist from an alternate reality who attempted to engineer a regeneration serum to help regrow limbs and human tissue, but transformed into a large reptilian monster. Ifans reprises his role from Webb’sĀ The Amazing Spider-ManĀ (2012).

Reprising their roles from previous MCUĀ Spider-ManĀ films areĀ Tony RevoloriĀ asĀ Eugene “Flash” Thompson, Parker’s classmate and rival;Ā Angourie RiceĀ asĀ Betty Brant, Parker’s classmate and Leeds’ ex-girlfriend;Ā Jorge Lendeborg Jr.Ā asĀ Jason Ionello, Parker’s classmate;Ā Hannibal BuressĀ as Coach Wilson,Ā Midtown School of Science and Technology’s gym teacher; andĀ J. K. SimmonsĀ asĀ J. Jonah Jameson, the host ofĀ TheDailyBugle.net.Ā Charlie CoxĀ reprises his role asĀ Matt Murdock, a blind lawyer who leads a double life as the vigilante Daredevil, fromĀ Marvel Television’sĀ Netflix series.[31][32]Ā Paula NewsomeĀ andĀ Arian MoayedĀ appear as Parker’s MIT administrator and Agent Cleary, respectively.Ā Tom HardyĀ appears uncredited in theĀ mid-credits sceneĀ asĀ Eddie Brock / Venom, reprising his role fromĀ Sony’s Spider-Man Universe. Holland’s brother Harry was set to make aĀ cameo appearanceĀ as a drug dealer, after doing the same inĀ Cherry, but his role was removed from the final cut.



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