Spider-Man No Way Home: Is the ending a huge plot hole? The writers respond

Spider-Man No Way Home: Is the ending a huge plot hole? The writers respond

Spider-Man No Way Home

Spider-Man: No Way Home is one of the most successful films of the year, but according to some the ending is basically a big plot hole, unclear. The writers have therefore had their say on the matter.

Obviously, to talk about the details we have to SPOIL THE FINAL and the whole film, so don't go beyond the image if you don't want to suffer any anticipation.

Tom Holland in Spider-Man No Way Home Anyone who has seen Spider-Man: No Way Home, knows what happens, but let's mind it locally. In attempting to make the world forget his secret identity, Peter Parker asks Dr Strange to use a spell, but this causes a rift between the universes and lures more Spider-Man and other super-villains to the MCU universe. Eventually, to solve the problem, Peter decides to make the whole world forget who he is, including his friends.

How does this final spell in Spider-Man: No Way Home work? Does Peter Parker still have to pay taxes? Will he be able to get a driver's license? And what happens to all the photographs in which he is present? The questions are many and for some this spell creates more logical and narrative problems than it solves.

Spider-Man: No Way Home writers Erik Sommers and Chris McKenna said, in response: "We made this decision: to create an extremely satisfying scene and focus on emotion. And if people have questions. about what has happened that have not been answered, we hope to answer in another future film. Obviously, a magical change of some kind has taken place. We don't want people to try to do some precise magic calculations in their own heads. "

"We want the donut scene to see Peter make one last sacrifice. He could have told him everything. He could have got his friends back. But he would endanger the people he loved again by bringing them back into his life. And he couldn't do it. "

The idea, therefore, is that one should not focus too much on the more specific details of the matter. Strange's magic made everyone forget who Peter Parker is, but he won't have to worry about not being able to renew his library card. We believe writers will focus on more with upcoming films.

What matters to producers, in the end, is that US takings are higher than other superhero films of 2021 - plot details may as well stay in the background.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Writers Share How Those Surprise Actors ‘Shaped’ The Story

Warning: SPOILERS for Spider-Man: No Way Home are ahead!

As had been rumored for months, the critically-acclaimed Spider-Man: No Way Home did indeed feature more than one version of the title Web-Slinger. Tom Holland’s Peter Parker was aided by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s versions of the same character during the movie’s third act in dealing with Green Goblin, Electro, Sandman and Lizard (fortunately Doctor Octopus had reverted to his normal self by that point). As it turns out through, Maguire and Garfield were also a big help when it came to shaping No Way Home’s story.

This revelation comes from the threequel’s writers, Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, who sent Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield their script pages shortly after they signed onto Spider-Man: No Way Home in December 2020. Not only did the actors like what they read, they were ready to pitch their own ideas for character development. As Sommers recalled to THR:

They had thoughts, and it was really interesting and helpful to see their thoughts. No one knows the character as well as — or gives as much thought to the character — as someone who has to then embody it and sell it. … It definitely shaped what we did.

Tobey Maguire led the Spider-Man film series from 2002 to 2007, and Andrew Garfield succeed him from 2012 to 2014. Both actors saw their runs as Spider-Man cut short, so Spider-Man: No Way Home allowed for their versions of the character to receive some closure. In Maguire’s case, he wanted keep things “quite minimal” when it came to sharing details about what happened to his Peter after Spider-Man 3, while Garfield “embraced” exploring the darker side of his Peter that emerged after Gwen Stacy died in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, as well enjoying the fact that he was the “middle brother” of the three Peters.

Between what Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers came up with and the beats Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield contributed, Spider-Man: No Way Home delivered an emotional reunion for fans of the original Spider-Man film series and the Amazing Spider-Man film series. McKenna continued:

They had great ideas that really elevated everything we were going for and added layers and an arc and we really actually started honing into the idea that these two guys were really helping Tom’s Peter on his journey to becoming who he ends up becoming. There’s a crucial, moral moment that they help him get through in the climax of the movie. So much of that was brought by Tobey and Andrew’s ideas and shaping of what they thought their characters could bring to this story.

In addition to sharing their own experiences with being Spider-Man, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parkers also helped Tom Holland’s Peter cope with the death of Marisa Tomei’s Aunt May, who was murdered by Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin. This comes to a head when Holland’s Peter nearly kills Norman Osborn in a fit of rage, but Maguire’s Peter stopped him, which led to him being stabbed. Fortunately he survived, and both he and Garfield’s Peter were sent back to their own universes with the Spidey adversaries when Doctor Strange cast the spell to make everyone in the MCU forget about Holland’s Peter.

With a fourth Tom Holland-led Spider-Man movie in active development, as well as rumors that Sony might want to do more with Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s versions of Spider-Man, we should entertain the possibility that we haven’t seen the last of these older Wall-Crawlers. Should it be officially announced they’re returning, you can count on that news being passed along here at CinemaBlend. For now, keep checking back with us for news about other upcoming Marvel movies.

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