It has been three years since the theatrical release of ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ and it is still iconic and the most spoken about. Mainly, because the film reunited Toby Maguire, Andrew Garfield‘s version of Peter Parker, along with Tom Holland‘s.
The film ended with the universe forgetting the existence of Peter Parker including his best friend, Ned, and his girlfriend, MJ. However, a recent concept art shows a deleted scene from ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ set in Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man universe.
‘Spiderman: No Way Home’ Takes Doctor Strange To Times Square
Josh Nizzi, a concept artist who was hired for 2021’s ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home,’ recently shared behind-the-scenes artwork that depicted Doctor Strange in the middle of Times Square working on his spells. Also, the background seems quite noticeable as it also consists of Electro from ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’. This would only indicate one thing, Doctor Strange travelled back to Andrew Garfield’s universe.
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In the 2014 movie, Max Dillon a.k.a Electro, possessed power over electricity but with the inability to control it. In one particular segment of the film, Electro attacks a group of civilians in New York. The new concept art indicated that along with Spider-Man, Doctor Strange seemed to be present to take down Electro.
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Why Should Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man Appear In ‘Venom 3’?
Ever since Andrew Garfield appeared in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’, Marvel fans have eagerly awaited his return. But with Sony’s ‘Venom 3’, there might be a possibility that Garfield’s Peter Parker returns, instead of Tom Holland. During the post-credit scene of ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’, Eddie was seen asking might not the whereabouts of Holland’s Peter Parker, meaning that Sony and Marvel are planning to collaborate. But this merger might not bring back Garfield’s Peter Parker.
However, if Marvel picks up from the Black Suit storyline with Holland, there is one possibility. And since the ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ and Venom run in the same tone, it would only make sense for Andrew Garfield to return as Peter Parker in the Sony Universe instead of Tom Holland.
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