Spider-Man: No Way Home is barely a few months away from its release and the anticipation for the film is high as ever, reaching the highest internet-breaking pitch. Over the past few days, the film has seen various leaks and rumors, suggesting plot details, character appearances, only adding to the excitement and eagerness of fans. While we will still have to wait for the film’s release to get the entire context, Spider-Man producer Amy Pascal addressed these leaks recently while appearing for an interview with Fandango.
Amy Pascal Reacts To Several ‘No Way Home’ Leaks and Rumours
“Boy, you could probably answer that question,” Pascal recently said to Fandango. “You know. Yes, we’ve been… we don’t want to spoil things for people, you know? That’s one of the problems with movies is that people know everything before they walk into the theater. So we’ve been trying to make sure people get the full theatrical experience when they go to the movie. And yeah, you try to never confirm anything in any movie, but this one is a big one.”
No Way Home has a runtime of 148 minutes, which is around 2 hours and 26 minutes. This makes the film the fourth-longest MCU movie after Infinity War, Endgame, and Eternals.
Tom Holland Is Going Nowhere – Even After No Way Home
No Way Home sees our friendly neighborhood hero, Spider-Man unmasked for the first time in history and is not able to separate his usual life from that of a superhero. He ultimately fetches the help of Doctor Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, but it becomes even more dangerous, forcing Peter to rediscover himself as Spider-Man and more importantly, what it means to be the hero. The film will also see some returning characters like Ned Leeds, Peter’s best friend, played by Jacob Batalon, MJ played by Zendaya, Aunt May being reprised by Marisa Tomei, Tony Revolori returning as Flash Thompson, Julius Dell being played by JB Smoove, Betty Brant playing Angourie Rice and Hannibal Buress returning as Coach Wilson. Villains from earlier versions of Spider-Man will also be returning – like Jamie Foxx’s Electro and Doctor Octopus played by Alfred Molina from the 2004 Sam Raimi film.
Earlier Tom Holland spoke to GQ Magazine regarding his term as Spidey, revealing that No Way Home might be his last film as the web-slinger.
“Maybe it is time for me to move on,” he admitted. “Maybe what’s best for Spider-Man is that they do a Miles Morales film. I have to take Peter Parker into account as well because he is an important part of my life. If I’m playing Spider-Man after I’m 30, I’ve done something wrong.”
However, this was squashed by Marvel producer Amy Pascal who confirmed yesterday that Holland will appear in at least three more films as Spider-Man, which might also include a possible crossover with Tom Hardy’s Venom.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will hit the theaters on December 17th.