Don’t Miss Spider Man No Way Home

From swinging on skyscrapers in New York City to visiting Dr. Strange at the Sanctum Sanctorum, Spider-Man: No Way Home is an action-packed movie that you can’t miss.

This movie is centered around Peter Parker, a high school senior whose superhero identity is revealed by the villain Mysterio. This revelation is so bad for Peter that it costs him, his girlfriend MJ, and best friend Ned Leeds, acceptance into their dream college.

Parker attempts to reverse this by seeking out Dr. Strange. However, the spell conjured by Strange goes horribly wrong. This leads to a very interesting phenomenon that involves multiple universes in the Marvel world.

Since its release, the movie has made $1.85 billion as of late February, according to Nash Information Services.

The movie is a direct result of the Marvel and Sony relationship. This relationship formed after the box office failure of Avi Arad’s and Matt Tolmach’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, starring Andrew Garfield. Another factor was the losses Sony suffered from the North Korean hack due to the company’s development of The Interview, a film critical of the North Korean Regime.

Due to all these losses and the failure of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Sony had to rethink the use of their Spider-Man property. So in 2015, the company announced its partnership with Marvel Studios to integrate the character of Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), a cinematic universe containing the Avengers and many other superheroes.

Tom Holland never ceased to amaze the audience with his eye-catching performance. His performance embodies the heart of the character—an insecure high school senior about to go to college. The thing that makes Holland such a strong Spider-Man is that he actually looks and acts the part, rather than an actor who looks 10 years older than the actual character.

Regarding the future of the Spider-Man franchise, because of Spider-Man: No Way Home’s success,  Holland said he will continue as Spider-Man for another crossover movie with the major Marvel characters, which is to be determined. He will also participate in another Spider-Man trilogy in the MCU that focuses on Peter Parker’s time in college.