Marvel Studios released a ton of projects last year. But the biggest conversation and box office dollar generator was undoubtedly No Way Home.
It was THE most fan-anticipated project since before its premiere it was rumored that Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire’s Spiderman were going to show up in it.
Also, the trailers had already revealed that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man would be dealing with multiple multiversal villains like Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin and Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock.
As such, it was bound to be a big hit. The project was rumored from the beginning to play off the legacy of the character in the movies. And thankfully, it did so with utmost grace.
There were a lot of callbacks, references, and more, but none of that got in the way of the plot or the emotional centerpiece of the movie. So in the end audiences were left satisfied while also wanting to see more of Holland’s Spidey for sure, but also Andrew and Tobey’s versions as well.
Andrew Garfield has said that he will return if the project is right, and Tom has signed on for a new Spider-Man trilogy, so things are slowly taking shape.
However, another Spider-Man movie is still a long way off. But in the meantime, fans of the web crawler can take a look at the behind-the-scenes of No Way Home and find out how it was filming it, thanks to newly released scenes and pics.
Ashley Morgan, an assistant to Spider-Man: No Way Home’s director Jon Watts, took to Instagram to share new behind-the-scenes photos of the biggest Spider-Man film of all time.
The first pic shows Morgan alongside Jacob Batalon and Tom Holland. The actor can be seen in the PJs he wears in the movie.
Fans can clearly see the team working on the scene where MJ, Peter, and Ned walk up to their school. There’s a blue screen that can be seen in the background. It will be used to fill in the environment.
There’s another photo of Benedict Cumberbatch , or maybe a body double), Jon Watts, and Tom Holland (or maybe a stunt double). They are all practicing the astral plane fight scene.
In this picture, we can see the bridge scene being made while some of the crew take a little rest.
The last pic is a little confusing. But this is the scene where Spider-Man carries MJ and then lands on the side of the apartment. It’s probably from the beginning of the movie when his identity gets revealed.
With an influx of behind-the-scenes information and pics, it’s clear that an embargo of sorts has been lifted. Morgan also posted another video on her Instagram account that showed the portal scene taking place in Ned’s grandma’s living room.
As for concept art, some pieces have been floating around that show a fight between Sandman and Electro. There’s also a deleted scene with Peter chilling in a web hammock.
What shocked people the most was the one with some symbiote suit concept. These were released by artists who worked on the movie. And since there were once talks of including Venom in the final battle, so having concept art makes sense.
Fans have been loving these behind-the-scenes videos, pics, and concept art. But what fans would love to see more is behind-the-scenes footage of Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire’s time on set. Just seeing the casual everyday interactions between the three Spidermen would please fans.
Hopefully, it’s just a matter of time till fans get a nice behind-the-scenes video like that. Or maybe an interview with the three of them would be great as well. But for the moment, fans can watch Spider-Man: No Way Home, which’s playing in theaters worldwide.
You might also like: Why Was Green Goblin The Main Villain Of No Way Home? Spider-Man Writer Explains