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Spider-Man: No Way Home Script Hole Explained

Spider-Man: No Way Home It was the most anticipated and successful film of 2021, but that does not leave it exempt from the gaze of critics who seek to break down every detail of the plot to find the occasional plot gap on this profitable film of Marvel.

The 27th UCM tape brought together Tobey Maguire’s and Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man and Tom Holland’s in an epic multiversal story that seems to have shaken more than one universe, but the script holes were also present, although apparently it has been explained the fattest.

Being one of the saga continuations with the greatest fan following in recent years, it also meant that it is the continuation of other tapes that had nothing to do with the UCM at the time of creation, and we are talking about the Sam trilogy Raimi and both The Amazing Spider-Man movies.

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This has led to the focus on various aspects of the characters from other universes attached to Tom Holland thanks to a spell poorly resolved by Doctor Strange.

And it is that after J. Jonah Jameson spread the true identity of Spider-Man together, thanks to the video left by Mysterio, the best thing Peter Parker could do was ask for help from Doctor Strange, someone with whom he shared a team in space in his first raid against Thanos in Infinity War.

The forgetting spell that Parker requests goes out of control and chaos reaches the MCU, as villains from other universes arrive: the Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina), Lizard (Rhys Ifans), the Sandman (Thomas Haden Church) and the aforementioned Electro.

The final solution to a possible destruction of the multiversal lines is to end the spell in which everyone would forget Peter Parker, absolutely everyone, something considered a great sacrifice, but how much does it take for a person to be forgotten by the entire world?

A modification of the minds of the people of the whole planet does not imply also eliminating the physical or digital evidence that our protagonist exists. Or if?

“We talk a lot about it and we can’t divulge much,” screenwriter Chris McKenna acknowledged in an interview with Akeem Lawanson for IGN, the one in which they also refer to their plans to show us the consequences of that spell in other universes. “And I will say that answering those questions at the end of the movie felt like it would be too much.”

“So I hope it’s one of those details that I feel like it would have been a bridge too far for us to have to explain in this movie. We have answers, but I don’t think we’re… We’re not allowed to divulge that,” she later stated.

Erik Sommers, his partner in other installments such as Spider-Man: Homecoming, Ant-Man and the Wasp or Far from home, corroborates the aforementioned: “We deliberate a lot. Is it something like Back to the Future? Will people disappear from photos? Will physical objects vanish…? All of these things”.

At this, Akeem Lawanson wonders if he would have to envision a narrative approach for now until an upcoming spider-hero movie is released, and Sommer’s response was specific: “You can work with that until you get new information.” This apparently goes for MCU fans as well.

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