Marvel May Have Just Ruined The Ending Of Spider-Man: No Way Home For Fans

Marvel Studios’ recent TV ad for Spider-Man: No Way Home may have revealed the film’s ending:

Marvel Studio Might Have Just Spoiled No Way Home's Ending
Marvel Studio Might Have Just Spoiled Spider-Man: No Way Home’s Ending

Marvel Studios’ recent TV ad for Spider-Man: No Way Home may have revealed the film’s finale. The next Jon Watts-directed production, arguably the most anticipated feature of 2021, is set to conclude Tom Holland’s first trilogy as Spider-Man in the MCU. Given its climactic nature, various speculations have circulated regarding how Spider-Man: No Way Home would conclude. However, even before the film is released in cinemas, Marvel Studios may have covertly disclosed how Peter Parker’s most personal experience yet concludes. In Spider-Man: No Way Home, there’s a lot to get enthusiastic about. The threequel will pick up immediately after the cliffhanger ending of Spider-Man: Not Far From Home, with Peter dealing with the immediate consequences of his superhuman status being revealed to the world. Aside from that, he must deal with the appearance of villains from other realities, such as Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock and Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin. Doctor Strange’s (Benedict Cumberbatch) tainted spell appears to have exposed Earths to a slew of multiversal threats, allowing them to harass his own world. Marvel Studios and Sony have launched a cautious marketing effort for the picture in order to preserve its plot, but a new Spider-Man: No Way Home TV commercial may have ruined the movie’s finale.

Sony Pictures Singapore has published a new teaser clip incorporating various new segments from the movie:

A Logo Of Sony Pictures
A Logo Of Sony Pictures

Sony Pictures Singapore has published a new promo teaser showcasing various new snippets from the film as part of the blockbuster’s continuous promotional activities. The most fascinating part of the 15-second video, titled “End,” is a bleeding Peter begging Doctor Strange to “do it.” The sorcerer then nods at him before casting a spell. While the video does not show what the couple is plotting, there are hints in this dialogue that this takes place shortly after Spider-Man: No Way Home’s third-act confrontation at the Statue of Liberty. For starters, Peter appears wounded and battered, hinting that he has recently been in a fight. Second, Doctor Strange’s backdrop depicts the sun rising, which corresponds to the final action set piece’s timing, since the aforementioned struggle takes place mostly in the middle of the night.

Despite this intriguing peek, there are still unanswered concerns about what Peter would want Doctor Strange to do:

A Still from Probably The Ending Where Tom's Peter Says to "Do It"
A Still from Probably The Ending Where Tom’s Peter Says to “Do It” to Doctor Strange

Despite this intriguing sight, there are still unanswered concerns about what Peter would want Doctor Strange to accomplish. Most likely, here is where the sorcerer properly recasts the spell that he botches earlier in the film. When you look at Doctor Strange’s backdrop, you’ll see that the same glowing light with different inscriptions encircles him. Peter’s consent is his way of admitting that if he wants the world to forget that he’s Spider-Man, there will be no exceptions. That means Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), MJ (Zendaya), Ned (Jacob Batalon), and the rest of his Avengers teammates will have no recollection of him as the wall-crawling hero. It’s worth noting that when Doctor Strange attempted to cast the enchantment for the first time in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Peter wished to exclude specific people from the spell, claiming that they were his closest relatives and friends. Another theory is that this is the point at which Doctor Strange dispatches all of the interdimensional enemies to their own realms. Peter was originally opposed to the notion as well, because he sympathized with the evil people. But maybe he knows there’s no way to address his problem without sending them back.

So Spider-Man: No Way Home will most likely serve as the beginning point for Marvel Studios and Sony’s new Spider-Man trilogy:

A Logo Of Marvel and Sony together with Tom's Spidey In The Middle
A Fusion Of Marvel & Sony’s Logo foreshadowing their future together

However, the conclusion of Spider-Man: No Way Home will most likely serve as the beginning point for Marvel Studios and Sony’s new Spider-Man trilogy. A threequel will not be the last of Holland’s heroes in the MCU, as a series of future films are already in the works. Undoing Mysterio’s (Jake Gyllenhaal) disclosure and restoring Peter’s identity is a more intriguing basis for his next adventure as he attends college.

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