No Way Home Concept Art Shows Mysterio Fight Doctor Strange

Concept art for Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: No Way Home reveals Mysterio fighting Doctor Strange by the Statue of Liberty.

Spider-Man: No Way Home concept art finally puts a “Six” in Sinister Six thanks to the addition of Quentin Beck, aka Mysterio.

The composition features Mysterio fighting Doctor Strange at the Statue of Liberty, with the sunrise in the background suggesting that this was meant to take place towards the end of the climactic battle between the three Spider-Men, Sandman, Lizard, Electro and Green Goblin.

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Mysterio, of course, was not present during the last battle when he was killed in Far from home. That said, fans could see what his silhouette looked like among the various devices trying to enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe when the Multiverse was on the verge of collapse.


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While Sinister Six was heavily rumored No way home, the film eventually used only five villains: the aforementioned Electro, Sandman, Lizard and Green Goblin, as well as Doctor Octopus, who was released prior to the third act. The rest of the villains would similarly find redemption, albeit against their will, thanks to the Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire versions of Spider-Man.

Given the amount of Marvel star power No way home spun in its webs, it is hardly any surprise that the film’s screenwriters designed it to serve as an appropriate end to Holland’s tenure as Peter Parker, if that was really what was in the cards. “I think we always try to tell an organic story with Tom Holland’s Peter Parker, knowing that we can not rely on anything other than him having to go his own way at the end of this movie, every movie.” co-author Chris McKenna said. “I think it’s been incredible, we’ve been a part of this collaboration with Sony and Marvel Studios and Amy [Pascal] and Kevin [Feige]. I think we always know it’s total hubris to think, ‘Oh, we end up with some cliffhanger that will demand things we can not trust.’


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“This should be a satisfying story in itself. If you look back and go,” This was an origin story that took place over three stories to get this Peter Parker to this place where he is undressed, anonymous, has no one billionaire benefactor, has been through the sacrifice of what it really means to have this power, and what the responsibilities that come with it are, and now have to look for how to pay rent. ‘ I think that would be very satisfying. “

Spider-Man: No Way Home is now in the cinema.


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