No way home to the end

Zendaya opens up about Spider-Man: No Way Home’s ending and reveals how she would have preferred the latest MCU Spider-Man movie to end for MJ.

Warning: This article contains spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Zendaya opens up about Spider-Man: No Way Homethe ending reveals how she would have preferred the latest MCU Spider-Man movie to end for MJ. Zendaya joined MCU as a classmate and later loved Holland’s Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming. She repeats her role alongside Holland, Jacob Batalon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marissa Tomei, alongside Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina, Jamie Foxx and JK Simmons.

With the walls of reality broken and millions of individuals knowing the true identity of Spider-Man on the verge of spreading into the main universe of the MCU, Peter (Holland) is left with few choices to save the day. By asking Doctor Strange (Cumberbatch) to repeat the spell that erased the world’s memories of Peter Parker to include everyone, including Ned (Batalon) and MJ (Zendaya), Peter lets his friends go and protects them from his heroic life when they go to college. While No way homethe ending is open to future stories, it’s unclear how Peter’s friends could return, and Zendaya admitted that she might have hoped things would have ended differently.


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Talking to along with Holland for a spoiler-heavy discussion recorded weeks before the release of No way home, Zendaya and Holland were asked how the film’s conclusion would affect fans given their own sad reactions. Zendaya apologized and clarified that she would see Peter and MJ go to college together. Holland agreed before saying it was what it was before both realized younger fans would also watch the film’s emotional moments, apologizing for the bitter-sweet experience. Check out the exchange below.

Zendaya: I’m sorry I wanted Peter and MJ to go to college [together].

Netherlands: I wanted them to have a happy ending. We’re still here, we’m fine. We are proud of the film. It would have been so nice for them to go to college and just swing out at sunset. Unfortunately, that’s not the case.

zendaya: There are going to be a lot of really upset little kids who are going to be like, [mimics wailing].

Netherlands: We may be teaching young children a lesson they may not be ready for. But, [at least the movie’s] entertaining.

Since Ned, MJ, and the rest of the MCU can now remember Peter Parker, and Aunt May (Tomei), who dies at the hands of Norman Osborn (Dafoe), Peter is truly alone. While this ending addresses the controversial and divisive close ties that MCU’s Peter has characters like Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), while bringing the character closer to his comic counterpart, it also allows for a cleaner start if Sony and Marvel Studios were to separate . While both parties are confident that they will continue to work together on future Spider-Man films, there are as yet no formal, solid agreements in place for any future MCU adventures.

While Spider-Man: No Way Home left Peter and MJ separated from each other, apparently forever, there can still be hope for the couple. In the Controversial Comic History »One more day “, which inspired the film in some areas, Peter and Mary Jane were forced to give up their relationship to fix Peter’s life, but the couple would eventually be reunited. If Zendaya were to return and Spider-Man were to remain in MCU , perhaps the pair could be reunited along the line, free from any threat.

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