Spider-Man: No Way Home becomes a hit sensation

Marvel’s new movie Spider-Man: No Way Home starring Tom Holland has reached $1.96 billion globally.

Peyton Marinelli, spotlight editor

The plot of Spider-Man: No Way Home starts with Spider-Man, Peter Parker, identity being revealed by Mysterio. Peter Parker then seeks help from Dr. Strange for a spell in hopes of everything going back to normal. While creating the spell, it gets messed up and results in every villain who knows someone by the name “Peter Parker” into their universe.
The catch is, this includes villains from different universes. This includes the original Spider-Man portrayed by Tobey Maguire, and The Amazing Spider-Man who is played by Andrew Garfield.
The two other Spider-Man characters are brought into Tom Holland’s universe by Ned who got magic powers after receiving Dr. Strange’s ring. Shortly after Aunt May’s death, all three Spider-Men decide to work together and cure the villains from the other universes.
According to USNews, Spider-Man: No Way Home became the sixth-highest grossing movie in history, reaching $1.69 billion globaly.
Overall, the movie did a great job of adding excitement by including earlier Spider-Men along with their villains, while still making Tom Holland’s Spider-Man the main center of attention. The movie incorporates a good mixture of action, drama, and romance which appeals to younger demographics and is nostalgic to the older demographic of fans.
Before the movie’s debut, Marvel Studios did well at keeping the film surprising, and hiding the appearance of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. In the film, all three Spider-Men have a great connection and really worked well as a team to cure the villains.
Not only did the movie have great acting and cgi, it also has music from well known artists such as Alicia Keys and Kendrick Lamar that fits well with the movie.
Spider-Man: No Way Home had a surreal cinematic ending with Peter Parker becoming the Spider-Man he was meant to be.
The end of the movie truly left fans wondering what is to come of future Spider-Man films and opened a door of endless possibilities for future Marvel films to come.