Former Spider-Man instructors are rumored to help on No Way Home Plot Details

While there are still plenty of mysteries about Spider-Man: No Way Home for fans to speculate and pick from each other as the weeks run down until the movie hits theaters, there is one thing that trailers and footage from the long-awaited movie have made some sure. Villains from Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield starring Spider Man films will be part of Tom Holland’s third outing, and now a new rumor suggests that the directors of these films have helped with some of the details of Spider-Man: No Way Home.

According to The cosmic circus (via The direct), the production team for Spider-Man: No Way Home consulted with directors Sam Raimi and Marc Webb on the characters from their films to complete their background stories for MCU. While this is only a rumor, if true, it not only makes sense, but also gives some clarity to one of the more confusing things that comes out of the most recently released trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home.

The most recently released trailer featured a line from Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) noting how the villains from the multiverse – that is, Electro, Green Goblin, Sandman and Lizard, those from the other Spider-Man movies – all died in battle against Spider-Man. Male. As fans may remember, this is not exactly true since Lizard (Rhys Ifans) did not die in The amazing Spider-Man. However, it is possible that in the world in which the film takes place, it may end up being Lizard’s ultimate destiny, something that Webb would be able to shed light on. Spider-Man: No Way Homeis Jon Watts. Moreover, Raimi’s involvement in No Way Home would also make a bit of sense given that he is directing Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness.

Of course, if Raimi and Webb filled in details about the villains, they would probably also elaborate on the details of their bid for Spider-Man and what happened after their movie ended. And given that there is already strong speculation that both Maguire and Garfield will show up Spider-Man: No Way Home, it would especially make sense for both filmmakers to consult as well.

Fortunately, fans do not have too much time to wait to find out what the stories of the Spider-Man villains are or whether Maguire and Garfields take on Spidey will appear in the upcoming MCU movie. Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to open in theaters on December 17th.


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