Spider-Man: A New Universe (100%) adapted one of the plots of this character that have been most loved by comic book fans. In other words, it allowed us to see a multiplicity of arachnid heroes from various corners of the multiverse. That movie did not adapt that story point by point, but the premise did.
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Ever since that movie came out, fans of this Marvel character had been dreaming of seeing a live-action equivalent. What specifically everyone wanted is a multiverse movie that will show the previous versions of the character played by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield coexisting with the version of Tom Holland. This seemed unlikely, but then rumors began to spread like wildfire that Spider-Man: No Road Home was going to fulfill those wishes. Every week a new one came out that seemed to confirm the Spider-Verse. It was later announced that Jamie Foxx would be joining the band again as Electro. For many that was confirmation that Garfield was going to be involved.
After that, Alfred Molina talked about more and revealed that he will be in the film as Doctor Octopus. For many that was the total confirmation of the presence of the multiverse in that tape.
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With the trailer of Spider-Man: No Way Home We confirmed, without any doubt, that he is going to be on the tape and hints were given about the appearance of Electro, and the possible appearance of Green Goblin, Sandman. There is also a moment when it seems that a large creature is pouncing on the arachnid hero. Some have wanted to think that it is the Lizard, others more optimistic think that it is Tom Hardy’s Venom.
The point is that most have not taken into account that who could appear is Topher Grace as that Spider-Man villain. The reality is that many were not fans of his performance in Spider-Man 3 (63%). The point is that for a Reddit Ask Me Anything (Ask me whatever), the user Pea, asked him directly if he is going to appear in that new tape (via Comic Book) and gave him the best possible answer, fit for a troll. Andrew Garfield I should learn something from him:
Please let this stay between us, but yes, I am in it. The plot begins when Peter Parker (Tom Holland) is depressed because everyone knows his identity, and then he has a really insane shit with Dr. Strange and Dr. Octopus (Alfred Molina) reaches his dimension. So Electro and the Green Goblin jump out of one of those ‘energy circles’ and it’s like it’s ‘time to hit spiders’. So Tom Hardy and I went out and fought each other and I won (obviously). It’s like it’s not even a fight; I rip his ass off immediately. You don’t want to reveal much here, but there are also some actors from the original ’70s Spider-Man show. Aquaman and Batman (Affleck, not Keaton) do a crossover. And thanks to Disney, the ghost of Han Solo from Rise of Skywalker and that robot Eva from Wall-E. Again, keep this between us.
Changing the subject, Benedict Cumberbatch was interviewed by Variety Awards Circut Podcast. Of course, he did not give any spoilers; that is, he did not say if his character has something weird or not. What he did mention is that the movie has a brilliant concept and that it is going to be controversial. Of course, he said he has not seen it yet:
Yes, Spider-Man: No Way Home is going to be very, very fun. There are going to be a lot of debates about her. I’m sure, but it’s a brilliant and risky concept. He has great ambition. I have not seen it, but I have to say that everything seems to indicate that it has succeeded. And I mean, even on paper, her audacity makes you think ‘How the hell is this going to work? I’m also excited about the overall opportunity for them to explore those ideas. So yeah, I’m really interested in seeing how it turns out. But I am sure it will be a success.
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