Other than the finale of Hawkeye, which is set to debut on Disney+ on December 22, No Way Home will be the final task from Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2021. The film stars Tom Holland, Marisa Tomei, Jon Favreau, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Benedict Cumberbatch, and many more characters returning from the Spider-Man solo films.

No Way Home hits theaters on December 17, and it’s preparing to challenge fans’ conceptions of how vast a Marvel crossover might possibly get. The plot will follow Peter Parker approaching Doctor Strange to establish a spell that will fix things such that his secret character was never uncovered to the world.

It makes ideal sense for Peter to find his way into the mirror dimension at some point in No Way Home. The mechanics of the multiversal collision portrayed in the film require the Spider-Man universe to turn out to be inextricably linked with the universe of Doctor Strange’s sorcery. This massive crossover occasion needs to be consistent with the overarching Marvel Cinematic Universe, which requires every one of the most impressive mystical arts introduced in that throughline of the series.

With so many characters and concepts coming together from within and without the Marvel universe, Spider-Man: No Way Home is setting itself up to turn into an immense film industry smash. Indeed, it’s as of now captured the highest ticket presales in the franchise since Avengers: Endgame, the biggest film in the whole franchise. This makes a ton of sense, because not just does it bring the history of the MCU with it, it carries the tradition of all the Spider-Man films, which pretty much started off the advanced slate of superhero films toward the beginning of the thousand years.


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