Mumbai, January 25 - Marvel/Sony Pictures did everything to keep the Spider-Man fans guessing about the elements in "Spider-Man: No Way Home", released a month ago. Even though the secret was revealed with the release of the film in December 2021, the social media users, however, have finally their first official look at the secret, Marvel/Sony was hiding until yesterday.
For the first time since the film's release in December, fans are seeing a photo from the movie prominently featuring its best and most spoilery part. The image comes courtesy of an interview VFX supervisor Chris Waegner did with the website Befores and Afters, in which he broke down several key special effects sequences in the movie.
One of the first images shows Tom Holland's Peter Parker/Spider-Man uniting with Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire's web slingers. In the image, the Spider-Man in the front and center with his Stark Industries-built suit is Tom Holland while the leftmost figure is Tobey Maguire's Peter Parker and the right one is Andrew Garfield's.
After years of speculation about a multiverse reunion, "Spider-Man: No Way Home" brought together all three actors who had played live-action versions of the Marvel hero in the Spider-Man trilogy and The Amazing Spider-Man movies. It is the first official image featuring the Spider-Man trio together.
The other images reveal the looks of Garfield and Tobey's Peter Parkers while fighting the villains during the climax scene. Interestingly, Marvel/Sony hide two other Spideys except Tom Holland's during the fight climax scene in the trailer for the Brazilian audiences. However, the fans did notice the mistake and kept their guessing game on. That scene finally revealed the full picture in new stills.
However, one has to say that those suspense and thrills heavily paid off in keeping the excitement of fans high all the time which turned into a mega box office success of the film. The finale of Holland's Home Coming trilogy has done wonders at the box office in a time when the biz is struggling because of the covid-19 pandemic. However, fighting all odds, "No Way Home" has become the 6th highest-grossing film of all time with $1.69 billion, and first during the covid-19 pandemic to reach $1 billion at the global box office.