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Spider-Man Theory: How Garfield’s Electro Killed Stark’s Iron Man

Spider-Man: No Way Home is soon going to land the theaters. And as the movie is closer to appear, rumors and theories are swinging all around the world. In fact, it is the journalists and fans who love to discuss the wild and untamed sort of theories around Spider-Man. With that being said, there has been a new discussion showed up, and this time it is about Foxx’s Electro and his appearance in the upcoming Spider-Man film.

Spider-Man: No Way Home will release on December 17, 2021
Spider-Man: No Way Home will release on December 17, 2021

Foxx’s Electro In No Way Home

Electro, a character played by Max Dillon, looks quite different this time when compared with his appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. In fact, the eagled-eye fans have noticed quite some intriguing information regarding Electro’s new costume. The villain is no longer blue, and that is one of the most prominent changes noticed in the trailer. Apart from it, a gizmo that is attached to his jacket has been also noticed (it is an Arc Reactor). Thus, it catalysts the assumption that Electro is now going to show up with a new suit that is quite tech-heavy and familiar to the MCU fans.

Max Dillon as Electro in No Way Home’s trailer
Max Dillon as Electro in No Way Home’s trailer

Either Max Dillon already had an Arc Reactor in the universe he is originated from or else, he had killed Tony Stark to acquire it. In Spider-Man: No Way Home, Lizard, Electro, and Sandman are going to work together to face Peter Parker and that is how they are going to congregate. That is going to be the exact point where Electro will be seen with the Arc Reactor.

Theory’s Conclusion

The Arc Reactor
The Arc Reactor

To conclude, Electro now has an Arc Reactor, which he might have acquired after killing Tony Stark in his own timeline. While there are not many details available in regards to Electro’s universe, he is soon going to make an appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home to help fans decode some of it. But as far as the modification of his suit is concerned, he is going to appear as a completely different person from what we have seen in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. This makes sense because Doctor Strange echoed that Holland’s Spider-Man will receive visitors from every universe.

With all being said, Spider-Man: No Way Home is going to land the theaters on December 17, 2021.

Prateek Chatterjee
Prateek Chatterjee

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