[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home.]
Listen, you know the drill now. No matter how devastating, moving, or heartbreaking the ending of a Marvel movie can be, you stick around for the credit scenes to get a feel for what’s going on. following. The MCU will never end. We’re all having a good time. Spider-Man: No Path Home is no different, but the film’s two credits scenes are a bit unique in that A) One of them is just a full trailer, something the studio hasn’t done since. Captain America: The First Avenger, and B) The other has ramifications for both the MCU and the Connected Universe genre but not really Sony’s Marvel.
Let’s get into it. Here are the two Spider-Man: No Path Homethe credits scenes and what they mean for the future.
Let there be venom
Hilariously, the wild credits scene from Venom: let there be carnage who catapulted Eddie Brock (Tom hardy) and his symbiote friend in the MCU was absolutely not setting up a face-to-face meeting between Hardy and Tom holland. My man was in the MCU for about six hours. In a move aggressively on the mark, Eddie’s first move after realizing he had been transported to another universe was to walk up to the hotel bar and get overwhelmed by frozen margins. . Just as he makes the decision to travel to New York and be a part of an MCU movie, the end of No way home starts up and Eddie is started return to the universe owned only by Sony, most likely to tango with a vampire Jared leto. However, there is a kicker: Eddie leaves behind a small drop of the Venom symbiote, which is probably still looking to make its way to New York.
It makes Disney and Sony feel like they have their disgusting alien cake and eat it too. The end of No way home essentially acts as a brand new origin story for Holland’s Spider-Man and the producer Amy pascal seems pretty confident the actor will take on the role of Peter Parker again, so this credit scene allows the MCU to do a full storyline of Venom in black suit without the logistical headaches of including Tom Hardy. (Plus, the costume of Peter Parker infected with a tiny bit of alien goo is pretty close to what happens in the comics.) Meanwhile, Hardy’s Eddie Brock is back in the universe he is in. started, and since Let there be carnage earned a truly inordinate amount of money at the box office, we’re pretty much sure to follow the continuing adventures of Eddie Brock and his intergalactic boyfriend.
The multiverse of madness
Surprise! This is a full trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is slated to hit theaters on May 6, 2022. From what the new footage shows, the upcoming MCU film will largely be about the fallout of opening up All Reality and then shutting it down quickly. We are also getting confirmation of a few exciting things, like the return of Chiwetel Ejiofor like Karl Mordo and Rachel McAdams as Christine Palmer, America Chavez makes her live-action debut performed by Xochitl Gomez, and Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth olsen) – freshly enslaved an entire New Jersey community inside a magical sitcom pastiche due to a trauma-induced witchcraft crisis – playing a major role. Beyond the supporting characters, however, the trailer ends with Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) come face to face with … himself?
As Marvel’s go-to character for weird and mystical nonsense, Doctor Strange is no stranger to doppelgangers. Most notably, the 1992 screenplay “Strange Bedfellows” – which also starred Scarlet Witch and Agatha Harkness – saw Stephen Strange walk through the mirror dimension known as Counter-Earth and fight with Necromancer, an exact copy of him. in every way except for one thing: he had murdered Mordo on the verge of becoming the Supreme Wizard. The main reason I’m telling you this is to highlight the cover of “Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme # 47”, drawn by Geoff isherwood, features the words “The real Dr. Strange please stand up?” “, Which fully and 100% governs should be the slogan of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
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