Marvel Studios’ Spider Man No Way Home Wraps Production

Marvel Cinematic Universe has dropped quite an exciting bunch of news over this week as Black Widow and Shang Chi got delayed for one final time and will be making premiere in July and in September respectively on both in theatres and on Disney+. Falcon and The Winter Soldier is cruising comfortably on Disney+ as episodes are releasing every friday.







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Marvel Cinematic Universe has dropped quite an exciting bunch of news over this week as Black Widow and Shang Chi got delayed for one final time and will be making a premiere in July and in September respectively on both in theatres and on Disney+. Falcon and The Winter Soldier is cruising comfortably on Disney+ as episodes are releasing every Friday.

The biggest news that marvel just dropped is the upcoming Spider-Man film a sequel to Spider-Man Homecoming and Spider Far From Home titled Spider-Man No Way Home has wrapped up production that commenced in October 2020.

 

The film will pick up the storyline as it was left in Spider-Man Far From Home when Mysterio spilled the beans about the true identity of Spider-Man and who he was and since then Peter Parker has been on a run to hide away from the world. The production of the film has always been a topic of rumor nest as it was speculated that both Andrew Garfield and Tobey McGuire will be making an appearance in the film and the speculations were fueled by the images leak of the stunt doubles of both these actors.

The revelation of both these actors will open up the concept of the multiverse and allow both the former spidermen to connect to the Marvel timeline. The multiverse will also bring in opportunities and explanations that will tie in all the Marvel properties like the X-Men series and Sony’s Marvel Universe along with the Fantastic Four films as well.

The cast of the film includes Tom Holland as the titular Spider-Man, Zendaya as MJ, Jacob Batalon as Ned, Alfred Molina as Dr. Octopus, and Jamie Foxx as Electro. The film will be a joint production and distribution by both Marvel and Sony as they both have rights to the character.

Spider-Man No Way Home hits theatres on December 17, 2021.







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