The concept for New Spider-Man: No Way Home reveals an alternate version of Aunt May’s Death where she is killed by an entirely different villain.
Although it is indeed a heartbreaking moment, it is new Spider-Man: No way home Concept art reveals an alternate version of Aunt May’s death. The third installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise saw Tom Holland’s Peter Parker open the gates to the multiverse with the help of Benedict Cumberbatch’s doctor in hopes of regaining his secret identity after being exposed by Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio in the previous film. Spider-Man: No way home It saw Holland take on a variety of villains, like Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin, who deals one of the biggest blows to the young adult near the halfway point in the film.
Just over a year after the multiverse saga debuted, Artist Phil Langone Go to Instagram to share what’s new Spider-Man: No way home concept art.
The storyboard reel reveals a file An alternate version of Aunt May’s death, where Marisa Tomei’s character meets her end at the hands of Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio under the track of an elevated train near Peter’s school. Concept art also sees a new side of the Dutch web-slinger as he unleashes his wrath on an MCU villain, whom Langone dubbed “Berserk Speedy“.
Why was Mysterio the wrong choice to kill Auntie?
Although Aunt May’s death has been met with some divisiveness since the film’s release, new concept art reveals that Mysterio was almost behind her demise in Spider-Man: No way home It would certainly be seen as a weaker decision. Beyond the obvious need to explain how Mysterio came back after his apparent death Spider-Man: Far From HomeHowever, the character of Peter’s mother who killed him lacked the same Emotional impact like Dafoe’s Green Goblin Given that Holland’s hero spent the bulk of the movie’s middle ground trying to cure his mental illness and bring him back to his once sane self. While Mysterio and Spidey’s rematch would have been powerful after his betrayal in the previous film, having him nearly kill MJ and Ned would have made killing off Aunt May less impactful.
Another major downside to killing Mysterio’s Aunt May in Spider-Man: No way home The way he pulled away from the emotional arc that Tobey Maguire embodied was the webslinger of having to face off against his first opponent once again. While the last two installments in Sam Raimi Spider Man Maguire’s trilogy pitted him against several villains with close ties to Peter’s personal life, and few have surpassed the emotional core of Norman Osborn in the 2002 original, who served as a mentor to the young hero and his eventual status and confidant Harry. conflict path. Having to battle Norman again didn’t just prove to be a nostalgic treat for him Maguire trilogy fanbut also provided an additional amount of character development as Holland stopped Peter from repeating his past mistakes.
Everything we know about Tom Holland’s future Spider-Man
With Spider-Man: No way home Ending memorably with the world forgetting who Peter is, Holland’s future in the MCU has been the subject of much debate, namely as the franchise continues its dive into the Multiverse Saga. With continued calls to Sony Maguire’s Revival Spider-Man 4 And Andrew Garfield The amazing spider-man 3Sony boss Tom Rothman recently confirmed that plans are still in the works for Holland’s return, though she didn’t provide any kind of timeline for when it might be released. Additionally, while franchise director Jon Watts has departed Fantastic Four Rebooting In order to take a break from making blockbusters, a later report indicated that he was still expected to return with Holland and Zendaya for one more movie or another. Spider Man trilogy, as teased by producer Amy Pascal.