The Spider-Man fanbase has always been one of the most fond of cinematic films that bring the exploits of Peter Parker to the screen, our friendly Spider-Man neighborhood, which we learned about in the various Marvel books and in its various versions and iterations. Arrived to date on the greatest adventure that has ever been shown to us, Spider-Man: No Way Home, this is generating no little fuss with the related theories, about which we still know little for sure, which seem to include villains other than expected.
Its various versions are the topic of discussion of the last period, since there have been three different iterations of Spider-Man in the cinematic world, for years there has been talk of a possible meeting between the various Peter Parkers first interpreted by Tobey Maguire, later from Andrew Garfield and to end today with Tom Holland, who also stated that he is ready to give way to a possible Miles Morales.
In Spider-Man: No Way Home we are faced with a meeting between different universes, the generating reason for the various theories developed by fans: all the historical antagonists of the Spider-Man saga, since his first film in 2002, have remained in the minds and hearts of fans: from Green Goblin to Electro, passing through Doc. Lizard, Doctor Octopus And Sandman; about them we can be sure of the fact that we will see them again in action in the mammoth work.
But at this point, the other Spider-Men are the question mark of today’s theory, since it would seem that many users have gone wild on the various platforms (Reddit in the first place, as always) to discuss the possibility that the other two Spider-Men are also present in the reality of Tom Holland, and that even these they are not necessarily on his side.
In the trailer there are also well-designed scenes to create “strategic doubts” and fuel discussions about it, as we can witness Lizard getting hit by someone who is not shown on the screen, and assuming that it was our Spider-Man seemed simple for many fans of the series: and if it were instead of a good “villain” present in Spider-Man: No Way Home?
So the question arises of how the relations between the various villains and the hero, or heroes, will be managed, since the other increasingly widespread rumor is that Maguire and Garfield have been artificially removed from the trailer as it happened in previous cases with other actors, for example in Avengers: Endgame.
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