Doctor Strange’s Spell Could Ensure Peter Is No Longer An Avenger

The trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home was released on August 23. The trailer we received created much more questions than it sought to address. Rumors have already circulated that the film will be set in the multiverse and that the previous Spider-Men from Sony will make their MCU debut. But what we got in the trailer was much more complicated. Beginning with the villains, we got a glimpse of a hypothetical multiverse Sinister Six. But, more significantly, we got a peek at Doctor Strange’s spell in No Way Home, which begins the domino effect of ripping a hole in the multiverse.

Spider-Man: No Way Home opens doors to the multiverse

Doctor Strange & Peter Parker
Doctor Strange and Peter Parker in “Spider-Man: No Way Home”

After the events of Far From Home, Peter was depressed because Mysterio published a video in which he claimed that Peter Parker was Spider-Man and that Spidey was the one assaulting him with the drones. This is all Mysterio deception, but nothing works as well on the general public as some clever camera techniques. The No Way Home trailer implies that Peter contacts Dr. Strange to reverse Mysterio’s deed using magic. He wants Strange to create a spell that will make everyone forget he is Spider-Man. The only issue with the spell is that even his closest associates would forget his true identity.

Spidey Fighting Mysterio's Illusions
Spidey falling into Mysterio’s Illusions

When Peter realises this, he approaches Strange in the middle of the spell and asks him to break it. Strange cannot be stopped, just as an arrow that has already been launched cannot be recovered in mid-flight. The interruption, on the other hand, distracts odd and produces a ripple effect that tears a hole in the multiverse. This is the setting for the film, somewhere between the bizarre and the endless abyss. As a result, we must examine the spell’s consequences.

Doctor Strange Will Help Peter With His Identity Crisis
Doctor Strange Will Help Peter With His Identity Crisis

Spell of Doctor Strange In No Way Home:

Doctor Strange's Spell Could Ensure Peter Is No Longer An Avenger
Doctor Strange’s Spell Could Ensure Peter Is No Longer An Avenger

Strange’s Spell appears to be an advanced kind of hypnosis. It aims to target particular memories of individuals all around the world so that Peter might enjoy a peaceful life. However, we suggest that if the spell is effective, it will result in certain undesirable effects, which Peter appears to be aware of. Peter’s duplicity, apparently, resulted in the creation of the whole multiverse. But can you really blame the youngster? He was only attempting to guarantee that his close circle remembered his hidden identity.

Doctor Strange Casting His Spell
Doctor Strange Casting His Spell To Save Peter

I mean, you have to realize that if Everyone forgets Spider-secret Man’s identity, it may lead to some issues. The first issue with all of this is a lack of consistency in defining who Spider-Man is. The Avengers would no longer recognize Peter, and Happy would recognize May and Peter as well as Spider-Man, but he would forget the relationship between them. It’s also conceivable that he completely forgets about Peter and never contacts Aunt May, the lady he loves, again. The issue can quickly get complex.

Strange's Wink Before Creating The Multiverse
Strange’s Wink Before Creating The Multiverse

On the surface, magic appears to be a positive thing, but the more you think about it, the odd it becomes. Let us begin with the most fundamental of principles. Does it include deceased individuals if the whole globe forgets Spider-Secret Man’s Identity? Tony, not Spider-Man, was the one who recruited Peter to the Avengers. He personally visited the Parker home to ask the youngster to intern at Stark Industries, which was code for sending him on a mission to battle Captain America’s troops in a parking lot. All of this history, all of the established relationships, disappear the moment Peter’s secret identity is revealed.

The Repercussions:

Happy Hogan's Still From Spider-Man: NO Way Home
Happy Hogan’s Relationship With Aunt May Might Be At Risk In Spider-Man: NO Way Home

In a nutshell, The Spell of Doctor Strange in No Way Home means that Peter is no longer an Avenger. It might also imply that Happy and May end their relationship as a result of Peter’s hidden identity being disclosed to them. If May and Happy don’t know Peter’s secret, they won’t recall how they became so close, which may cause some problems in their relationship.

Spider-Men V.S. The Sinister Six
Spider-Men V.S. The Sinister Six

We don’t intend to sound pessimistic, but this is how things will unfold if Doctor Strange’s spell in No Way Home is activated. What do you think of the analysis provided in the preceding post? Does the timeline we’ve established make sense to you? Or do we appear to be pushing the boundaries of what is possible?

Thus, we can say that the spell of Doctor Strange could ensure Peter is no longer an Avenger. Well, to be honest, this movie has a lot of expectations and hype among the fans, and as soon as it gets released, I’m sure it will break all the box office records and be one of the best MCU movies so far. So, what are your expectations for this film? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below. Until then, we will see you lads in the next article, but don’t forget to keep on reading Animated Times, your one-stop destination for getting a closer look into the entertainment industry, upcoming movies and TV series, celebrity gossip, and much more. We have got you all covered. Continue reading Animated Times, guys, for more.

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