There are a lot of details flying around out there about Spider-Man: No Way Home. Some are semi-confirmed, others could be standard internet rumors. If those rumors prove to be true then it appears that Spider-Man: No Way Home could get emotional. If you are avoiding spoilers then bug out now. Leave the article and come and see us in another, cleaner, less spoilerific place. It is time for a…
Black Widow, Eternals, and Shang-Chi may be coming down the pipe, but clearly, the MVP in this phase of the MCU is probably Spider-Man: No Way Home. Extensive Doctor Strange action is expected to unlock the Marvel Multiverse and therefore allow villains past and present to mingle with rumored alternate versions of Spider-Man.
One of the stars may have denied it, but those rumors that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will also be back to help him battle some of his classic villains will not go away. Online, one story is spreading and many point to it coming from a reputable source.
Spider-Man has never been shy about death. One of the triggers of his creation was the death of his beloved Uncle Ben. The character had been responsible for the death of some of his villains in various versions of the canon, and one of his true loves met her end so memorably. So perhaps it is no surprise that several characters are to be killed off Spider-Man: No Way Home.
According to the rumors, Holland’s Peter Parker will team up with Maguire and Garfield to stop the Sinister Six. They are led by Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin and the grand finale takes place at the Statue of Liberty. Maguire’s Spidey will die in this battle as he sacrifices himself to stop the Sinister Six from realizing their plan.
Also dying in the battle is his best pal Ned (Jacob Batalon). Parker is filled with rage and tries to kill the Green Goblin and it will fall to the Garfield version of Spider-Man to stop him from becoming a murderer.
As usual, this is unconfirmed and could be fan wishful thinking that has grown legs and taken itself for a stroll. However, it’s potentially interesting enough for us to share it with you, our Outposters.
So what do you think? Will it happen? Will Marvel kill off one of their comedy, gentle sidekicks? What about the other rumor out there that Spidey will get a lawyer in Spider-Man: No Way Home in the shape of non-other than Matt Murdock, to be played once again by Charlie Cox?