Spider-Man: No Way Home

Spider-Man: No Way Home is an upcoming American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Spider-Man, co-produced by Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios, and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing. It is intended to be the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) and Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), and the 27th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The film is directed by Jon Watts, written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, and stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man, alongside Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jon Favreau, Jacob Batalon, Marisa Tomei, J. B. Smoove, Benedict Wong, Alfred Molina, and Jamie Foxx. In the film, Parker asks Dr. Stephen Strange (Cumberbatch) to help make his identity as Spider-Man a secret following its public revelation at the end of Far From Home.

Spider-Man: No Way Home
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Directed byJon Watts
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CinematographyMauro Fiore
Music byMichael Giacchino
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Distributed bySony Pictures Releasing
Release date
  • December 17, 2021 (2021-12-17) (United States)
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

A third MCU Spider-Man film was intended as early as 2017, during production on Homecoming. By August 2019, negotiations between Sony and Marvel Studios to alter their deal—in which they produce the Spider-Man films together—ended with Marvel Studios leaving the project; however, a negative fan reaction led to a new deal between the two companies a month later. Watts, McKenna, Sommers, and Holland were set to return at that time. Filming began in October 2020 in New York City, before moving to Atlanta later that month. During filming, Foxx and Molina were revealed to be appearing in the film, reprising characters from past Spider-Man films. The title was revealed in February 2021, before filming wrapped at the end of March.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to be released in the United States on December 17, 2021, as part of Phase Four of the MCU. A fourth Spider-Man film is in development.

Premise

After Peter Parker's identity as Spider-Man was exposed by Mysterio at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), Parker's life and reputation are turned upside down. He asks Dr. Stephen Strange to help restore his secret identity with magic, but this has dangerous repercussions.[1][2]

Cast

Reprising their roles from previous MCU Spider-Man films are Tony Revolori as Eugene "Flash" Thompson, Parker's classmate and rival;[18] Angourie Rice as Betty Brant, Parker's classmate and Leeds' ex-girlfriend;[19] Hannibal Buress as Coach Wilson, Midtown School of Science and Technology's gym teacher;[20] and J. K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson, the host of TheDailyBugle.net.[21] Additionally, Holland's brother Harry makes a cameo appearance as a drug dealer, after doing the same in Cherry,[22] while Paula Newsome is cast in an undisclosed role.[21] The character Green Goblin will also appear.[23]

Production

Development

During production on Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), two sequels were being planned by Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures.[24] In June 2017, star Tom Holland said the third film would take place during Peter Parker / Spider-Man's senior year of high school.[25] In July 2019, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said the third film would feature "a Peter Parker story that has never been done before on film" due to the ending of the second film, Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), which publicly revealed that Parker is Spider-Man.[26] Homecoming and Far From Home director Jon Watts expressed interest in Kraven the Hunter being the main antagonist of the third film.[27]

By August 2019, development on two new Spider-Man films had begun with Sony hoping Watts and Holland would return for both;[28] Holland was contracted to return for one more film, while Watts had completed his two-film deal and would need to sign on for any more films.[29][30] By then, Marvel Studios and its parent company The Walt Disney Studios had spent several months discussing expanding their deal with Sony. The existing deal had Marvel and Feige produce the Spider-Man films for Sony and receive 5% of their revenue. Sony wanted to expand the deal to include more films than had initially been agreed on while keeping the same terms of the original agreement. Disney expressed concern with Feige's workload producing the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) franchise already and asked for a 25–50% stake in any future films Feige produced for Sony.[28][31][30] Unable to come to an agreement, Sony announced that it would be moving forward on the next Spider-Man film without Feige or Marvel's involvement. Their statement acknowledged that this could change in the future, thanked Feige for his work on the first two films, and said they appreciated "the path [Feige] has helped put us on, which we will continue."[31]

Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers were writing the screenplay for the third film by the time of Sony's announcement, after also doing so for Far From Home, but Watts was receiving offers to direct large films for other studios instead of returning to the franchise, including potentially working on a different property for Marvel Studios and Feige.[30] In September, Sony Pictures Entertainment chairman Tony Vinciquerra said that "for the moment the door is closed" on Spider-Man returning to the MCU, and confirmed that the character would be integrated with Sony's own shared universe—Sony's Spider-Man Universe (SSU)—moving forward. Responding to backlash from fans following the announcement, Vinciquerra added that "the Marvel people are terrific people, we have great respect for them, but on the other hand we have some pretty terrific people of our own. [Feige] didn't do all the work ... we're pretty capable of doing what we have to do here."[32] However, after this fan reaction continued at Disney's biennial convention D23, and at the urging of Holland who personally spoke to Disney CEO Bob Iger and Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group chairman Tom Rothman,[33] the companies returned to negotiations.[34]

Sony and Disney announced a new agreement at the end of September 2019 which would allow Marvel Studios and Feige to produce another Spider-Man film for Sony, scheduled for July 16, 2021, keeping the character in the MCU.[3] Disney was reported to be co-financing 25% of the film in exchange for 25% of the film's profits, while retaining the merchandising rights to the character.[3][34] The agreement also allowed Holland's Spider-Man to appear in a future Marvel Studios film. Feige stated, "I am thrilled that Spidey's journey in the MCU will continue, and I and all of us at Marvel Studios are very excited that we get to keep working on it." He added that moving forward the MCU's Spider-Man would be able to "cross cinematic universes" and appear in Sony's own shared universe as well.[3] This interaction was said to be "a 'call and answer' between the two franchises as they acknowledge details between the two in what would loosely be described as a shared detailed universe". Sony described their previous films with Marvel Studios as a "great collaboration", and said "our mutual desire to continue was equal to that of the many fans."[34] At the time of the new agreement, Watts was in final negotiations to direct the film.[35]

Discussing the new deal in October, Iger attributed it to the efforts of Holland as well as the fan response to the end of the original deal, saying, "I felt for [Holland], and it was clear the fans wanted this to happen." He added that while negotiating the deal both Sony and Disney had forgotten "there are other people who actually matter."[36] Rothman added that he felt the deal was a "win-win-win. A win for Sony, a win for Disney, a win for the fans." Speaking back to the August reports of the negotiating breaking down, Rothman said that revelations in the media of discussions such as the negotiations do not necessarily line up with the actual discussions taking place, and he felt that the final deal would have eventuated without the reports and fan discourse, saying, "We would have gotten there, and the news got ahead of some things."[37] Also in October, Zendaya was confirmed to be reprising her role of MJ from the previous films in the sequel.[5] By the end of the year, filming was expected to begin in mid-2020.[38]

Pre-production

In April 2020, Sony rescheduled the film to November 5, 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[39] In June, Marisa Tomei confirmed she would return as May Parker along with Watts as director. She was hopeful that May's work as a community organizer would be featured in the film.[12] The next month, Holland said production was planned to take place from late 2020 to February 2021,[40] and Sony shifted the film's release to December 17, 2021.[41] Tony Revolori was also confirmed to be reprising his role as Flash Thompson.[18]

In early October, Jacob Batalon and Benedict Cumberbatch were set to reprise their MCU roles of Ned Leeds and Dr. Stephen Strange, while Jamie Foxx was set to return as Max Dillon / Electro from Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), with filming beginning later in the month.[10][7] Graeme McMillan from The Hollywood Reporter felt that Strange's inclusion was not a coincidence considering the character's connection to the multiverse and the casting of past Spider-Man film actors like Foxx.[42]

Filming

Second unit filming occurred from October 14 to 16, 2020 in New York City,[43][44][45] under the working title Serenity Now,[46][44] to capture visual effects plates and establishing shots.[43] Filming occurred in the Astoria, Sunnyside, and Long Island City neighborhoods in Queens.[47][45] On October 23, filming occurred in Greenwich Village in Manhattan.[48]

The production moved to Atlanta by October 25, with Holland, Batalon, and Zendaya joining for principal photography,[49][50] after Holland finished shooting Sony's Uncharted (2022) two days earlier.[51][43][52] Mauro Fiore served as cinematographer on the film,[53] replacing original cinematographer Seamus McGarvey,[54] who had to leave the production after contracting COVID-19. McGarvey also had a conflict with the film Cyrano (2021) following No Way Home's pandemic-caused production delay,[55] with principal photography originally planned to start in July 2020.[56][57][40] Shooting in Atlanta occurred at Trilith Studios, with strict safety measures in place on the soundstages to prevent exposure to COVID-19.[58] To reduce interactions between cast and crew members on set during the pandemic and prevent further shut downs, the production reportedly relied on "innovative new technology" that scanned actors into a visual effects system that can apply make-up and costumes to actors during post-production.[59] A light system was also in-place to signal when the cast could take off their masks for filming and when masks would be required for the cast and crew members to wear while set work was being done.[60] Cumberbatch began shooting his scenes in Atlanta by late November, before beginning work on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022), which began filming that month in London.[61][62] Filming ran for seven-to-eight weeks using the working titles Serenity Now and The November Project, before a break during the Christmas season.[63][52][64]

By December 2020, Alfred Molina was set to reprise his role as Otto Octavius / Doctor Octopus from Sony's Spider-Man 2 (2004).[14] By then, Collider reported that Andrew Garfield would return as his Peter Parker / Spider-Man from Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man films along with Kirsten Dunst as Mary Jane Watson from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man film trilogy, and that Tobey Maguire was in talks to return as his Peter Parker / Spider-Man from the latter films and Emma Stone was also expected to return as Gwen Stacy from The Amazing Spider-Man films.[65] Discussing the return of actors from previous Spider-Man iterations, Newby felt a crossover-style film could "lessen the impact" of Sony's successful animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018).[66] McMillan compared the "Spider-Verse" to the DC Comics comic event Crisis on Infinite Earths, saying "a multiversal storyline offers Marvel the opportunity to clean up some loose ends while setting up the future of its cinematic universe, and fulfill some fan dreams in the process". He felt it was possible for other Spider-Men to cameo in the film, including characters from Into the Spider-Verse, actor Nicholas Hammond from the 1970s television series, or Takuya Yamashiro, the Toei Spider-Man. McMillan also referenced the contract negotiations between Marvel and Sony when he suggested that the film could be used to separate Spider-Man from the MCU.[42] /Film's Hoai-Tran Bui feared the film was becoming "seriously over-crowded" and wished that Holland could "hold his own without a bigger A-list star showing him the ropes", but was not opposed to having "some good old banter between Holland, Garfield, and Maguire",[67] while Adam B. Vary of Variety noted these reports were not confirmed and raised uncertainty if the actors would appear outside of cameos.[68] Shortly after, Holland denied that Maguire and Garfield would appear in the film to his knowledge,[52] while Feige confirmed the film would have connections with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.[69]

Feige acknowledged in January 2021 that the film was being referred to by some as Spider-Man 3, and said that Marvel was internally referring to it as Homecoming 3 though that was not its actual title.[70] By then, Charlie Cox, who portrayed Matt Murdock / Daredevil in Marvel Television's Netflix series, had reportedly shot material for the film,[71] while an Atlanta set photo indicated the film would occur during the Christmas season.[72] Filming occurred at Frederick Douglass High School from January 22 to 24.[73][additional citation(s) needed] The next month, Holland described it as "the most ambitious standalone superhero" film,[63] and denied the rumors that Maguire and Garfield would appear in the film.[22][4] At the end of February 2021, the film's title was revealed to be Spider-Man: No Way Home,[74] continuing the naming convention of the past two films of featuring "home" in the title.[75] Filming took place at Midtown High School from March 19 to 21.[73][76] The Atlanta Public Schools system had stopped allowing buildings in the district for use as filming locations because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but gave this film an exception since both the Frederick Douglass and Midtown schools were previously used as filming locations in Spider-Man: Homecoming.[73] Hannibal Buress was revealed to reprise his role as gym teacher Coach Wilson by then,[76] with Buress releasing a music video in August 2021 revealing he had filmed scenes in Atlanta.[20] Holland believed No Way Home had "more visceral" fight sequences than the previous two films, as well as more hand-to-hand combat.[16] Filming wrapped on March 26, 2021.[77][78] Filming was also expected to occur in Los Angeles and Iceland.[56]

Post-production

In April 2021, Molina confirmed that he was appearing in the film, explaining that he had been told not to talk about his role in the film during production but he realized that his appearance had been widely rumored and reported on.[15] Later that month, J. B. Smoove revealed he was returning as Julius Dell from Far From Home,[13] while Cox stated he was not involved with the film.[79] In early May, Garfield denied that he had been asked to appear in the film, but later said "never say never",[80][81] while Angourie Rice was revealed to return as Betty Brant.[19] Later that month, Stone denied her involvement in the film.[82]

Also in May 2021, Sony Pictures Group President Sanford Panitch acknowledged that there had been confusion and frustration from fans regarding the relationship between the SSU and the MCU, but stated that there was a plan to clarify this and he believed it was already "getting a little more clear for people [as to] where we're headed" at that time following the announcement of the SSU film Kraven the Hunter (2023). He added that No Way Home would help reveal more of this plan, with Adam B. Vary of Variety commenting that the perceived notion of No Way Home introducing multiverse elements was believed to be what would allow Holland to make appearances in both the MCU and the SSU.[83] The official trailer confirmed the involvements of Jon Favreau as Harold "Happy" Hogan and Benedict Wong as Wong, reprising their roles from past MCU films,[9] as well as J. K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson from Far From Home, after playing a different version of the character in the Raimi trilogy.[21] It also confirmed that the characters Electro and Green Goblin would appear in the film,[9][17][23] with the implication that this incarnation of Green Goblin would be Willem Dafoe's version from the Raimi films.[23] In September 2021, Garfield again denied he was in the film, saying, "No matter what I say... it's either going to be really disappointing for people or it's going to be really exciting".[84]

In early October, many commentators expected Tom Hardy to reprise his role as Eddie Brock / Venom from Venom (2018) and Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021), after the Let There Be Carnage mid-credits scene showed the character seemingly transported from their universe (the SSU) to the MCU.[85][86][87] Feige noted there was "a lot of coordination" between the Let There Be Carnage and No Way Home teams to work on the Let There Be Carnage mid-credits scene, and that the full extent of the coordination had yet to be revealed.[88] Later that month, for Empire's issue on No Way Home, Watts said they were trying to be ambitious with the film by having prior Spider-Man film actors return, which Holland felt was awesome and crazy.[89] It was explained that the film would explore the worlds of those prior films, with Doctor Octopus and Electro, as well as Dafoe's Green Goblin, Thomas Haden Church's Flint Marko / Sandman from Raimi's Spider-Man 3 (2007), and Rhys Ifans's Curt Connors / Lizard from Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) identified as characters from those worlds in the issue.[90] A cover of the issue also featured visual references to some of those characters,[91][92] with many commentators expecting Church and Ifans to appear as Sandman and Lizard.[90][92][93] The No Way Home team was said to be "in no hurry to confirm or deny appearances" of several characters, with Watts saying the speculation were unconfirmed rumors.[90]

Music

Homecoming and Far From Home composer Michael Giacchino was set to return by November 2020.[94][95]

Marketing

In May 2020, Sony entered a promotional partnership with Hyundai Motor Group to showcase their new models and technologies in the film.[96] In late February 2021, Holland, Batalon, and Zendaya released three stills featuring their characters from the film alongside fake logos with the titles Spider-Man: Phone Home, Spider-Man: Home-Wrecker, and Spider-Man: Home Slice, respectively.[97] The film's official title was announced the next day with a video showing Holland, Batalon, and Zendaya leaving Watts' office (where they supposedly received the fake titles). Batalon and Zendaya note that Holland could not be trusted with the actual title since he had "accidentally" revealed the second film's title. The video ends on a whiteboard showing the film's true title, among various other titles featuring the word "home" that were apparently considered.[75] Jennifer Bisset of CNET suggested the fake titles and logos could represent the villains in the film, including Foxx's Electro and Molina's Doctor Octopus,[97] while TheWrap's Umberto Gonzalez called them funny "bait-and-switch fakes", and noted the Phone Home title referenced a line from E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982).[98] Gregory Lawrence of Collider felt the Home-Wrecker title could point to the film feeling like a 1990s thriller film, and said the fake titles were a "solid goof" to excite fans. He also compared the stills to the "terrifying/awe-inspiring wonder" of Steven Spielberg films and The Goonies (1985),[99] while Germain Lussier from io9 said they gave off "subtle National Treasure, Indiana Jones vibes".[100] In July 2021, Marvel revealed various toys and figurines for the film, including Funko Pops, Marvel Legends figures, and Lego sets.[101]

By the end of August 2021, when asked about the lack of trailer and official images or descriptions for the film, Feige believed the film was not being "any more or less secret than any of our other projects" and reaffirmed that a trailer would be released before the film's premiere in theaters.[102] Though Sony handles the marketing for the film, their marketing team is in coordination with Disney's to ensure each knows when the other is releasing MCU-related content so it is a "win-win for everybody".[103] On August 22, an apparent leak of the first trailer was shared on social media,[104][105][106] which The Hollywood Reporter deemed "legitimate", with Sony working to have various copies of the trailer taken down.[104] Adam Chitwood at Collider noted the built up online "fervor" surrounding the trailer, and felt regardless of when it was released and what was shown, it would not "live up to the hype fans have built up in their minds". Chitwood continued that the other 2021 film releases from Marvel Studios had not seen a similar level of demand as No Way Home, pointing out that all of the rumored castings had positioned the film to be "a once-in-a-lifetime moviegoing experience" if they were accurate. As well, he wondered if Sony was wary of committing marketing that noted the film's December 2021 release amid the resurgence of the COVID-19 Delta variant.[107]

The teaser trailer was officially released on August 23 during Sony's CinemaCon 2021 panel.[17] Entertainment Weekly's Devan Coggan noted the trailer confirmed the multiverse's role in the film, including elements from the Raimi and Webb films,[2] while Ethan Anderton from /Film called the trailer "nothing short of thrilling" since it confirmed many of the previous rumors about the film.[108] Austen Goslin at Polygon conversely felt much of what had been rumored did not get revealed in the trailer, feeling then that the rumors were false or Marvel was still intending to keep them a secret.[109] Anderton's colleague Joshua Meyer called the trailer "a doozy... packed with jaw-dropping moments" and noted how the film would be adapting the "One More Day" comic book storyline;[110] Richard Newby of The Hollywood Reporter had previously noted the apparent adaption of "One More Day" and "One Moment in Time" storylines following the reveal of Cumberbatch's casting.[66] Many commentators noted the possible teases of Spider-Man villains Sandman and the Lizard in the trailer as an indication of the Sinister Six forming in the film.[21][23][111] Vinnie Mancuso at Collider was excited to see the return of Molina and the potential for Dafoe's involvement, but called it a "cheap pop" since it was doing "a disservice to the stories you're trying to tell in the present by reminding the audience how much better things used to be". He also felt the trailer played into "Marvel's ongoing reluctance to let Tom Holland's Spider-Man star in his own Spider-Man movies" since the trailer gave Parker "zero memorable moments" amongst all of its elements.[112] The trailer had 355.5 million global views in its first 24 hours, becoming the most viewed trailer in that time period, surpassing the record of Avengers: Endgame (289 million views) and more than double the views for the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer (135 million). It also generated the largest 24-hour social media conversation volume of all-time globally with 4.5 million mentions, made up of 2.91 million in the United States, and 1.5 million internationally; these both exceeded Avengers: Endgame's mentions (1.94 million in the United States, 1.38 million internationally).[113]

Release

Theatrical

Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to be released in the United States on December 17, 2021.[74] It was previously set for release on July 16, 2021,[3] but was pushed back to November 5, 2021,[39] before it was further shifted to the December 2021 date, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[41] It will be part of Phase Four of the MCU.[114] In August 2021, Sony and CJ 4DPlex announced a deal to release 15 of Sony's films over three years in the ScreenX format, including No Way Home.[115]

Home media

Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to release on Starz following its theatrical and home media releases. It will be the last film released by Sony with an exclusive SVOD release on Starz, as following films would release on Netflix following their theatrical and home media release through 2026.[116][117]

In April 2021, Sony signed a deal with Disney giving them access to their legacy content, including past Spider-Man films and Marvel content in the SSU, to stream on Disney+ and Hulu and appear on Disney's linear television networks. Disney's access to Sony's titles releasing from 2022 through 2026 would come following their availability on Netflix.[118][119]

Future

By August 2019, a fourth film in the franchise was in development alongside No Way Home.[28] In February 2021, Holland said that while No Way Home was the final film under his contract with Marvel and Sony, he hoped to continue playing Spider-Man in the future if asked.[120][4] That July, Zendaya said she was unaware if another Spider-Man film would be made.[121] In October 2021, Holland stated No Way Home was treated as "the end of a franchise" that began with Spider-Man: Homecoming, and that any additional solo films featuring the MCU Spider-Man characters would be different from this trilogy of films, building "something different" with a tonal change.[16]

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