No Way Home’ hints at the return of Maguire and Garfield

which means enter in Marvel Cinematic Universe characters from other adaptations of comics is crafting something very powerful and almost narratively overwhelming. A colossal idea that shows its paw in the post-credits scene of Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) and that, after what happened in Loki (since 2021), is very strongly confirmed in No coming home (2021).

If suddenly we saw J. Jonah Jameson with JK Simmons take over the role after the Sam Raimi trilogy (2002-2007), the third film on Jon Watts’ wall-crawler launches us into the villains of this one and two feature films by Marc Webb (2012, 2014) and his two versions by Peter Parker, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfieldfor them to interact with Tom Holland.

How nice, friends. And one, probably along with many other viewers who don’t miss Marvel dates, is wondering if we’ll ever revisit such an encounter. And that is, in fact, what it seems to suggest a deleted scene from Spider-Man: No Coming Home: “I’ll see you later”, jokes Peter Parker of Tom Holland to say goodbye. “You know where to find us,” replies Andrew Garfield.

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” and the infinite possibilities of the multiverse

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There is no doubt that this dialogue open the door to return of the other two Spider-Men in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Which would be just as satisfying for us as on the first occasion and, paradoxically, more unexpected because all the popular and media attention was focused on the fact that this was going to happen during Spider-Man: No Coming Home. But the future is off.

What the multiversal conjuncture itself unleashed by Sylvie Laufeydottir (Sophia Di Martino) in Loki. Because the possibilities offered the screenwriters under executive producer Kevin Feige are, in truth, an infinite thing. To continue putting characters from other adaptations into the current universe, invent variations and please bring all three of Peter Parker together again.

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