Spider-Man: No Way Home brings together the Peter Parkers of three worlds, and one of the film’s concept artists captures the moment.
WARNING: The following contains major spoilers for Spider-Man: No Path Home, now in theaters.
One of Spider-Man: No Way Home’s concept artists unveiled an image that captures one of the film’s most significant moments.
Digital artist Maciej Kuciara tweeted the image of the three Spider-Men from the film – Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire – atop the Statue of Liberty. All three figures are seen in their respective full costumes, standing on the monument’s crown as it undergoes renovations replacing the original Torch of Liberty with a depiction of Captain America’s shield. âOne of the many frames I worked on for Spiderman: No Way Home,â Kuciara’s tweet read, âWith my buddy @okon_marek who built this amazing set.â
The image summarizes Spider-Man: No Way Home’s most iconic moment, as Peter Parkers from three universes band together to take on the villains who have traversed the world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Garfield and Maguire’s roles in the film were well-kept secrets throughout the production and promotion of the film. Many fans had speculated on the actors’ involvement in the film – speculation which only increased after the release of the film’s first full trailer and fueled by the prominent reappearance of Otto Octavius ââ/ Doctor Octopus from Alfred Molina by Sam Raimi Spider-man 2. Garfield and Maguire never recognized any role in the film before its release.
In the film, Holland’s Peter approaches Doctor Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, to weave a spell voiding the world’s knowledge of his identity as Spider-Man – revealed by J. Jonah Jameson in the credits scene. Spider-Man: Far From Home. Peter’s interference with the spell results in the incursion of five villains from two different universes – the worlds seen in that of Maguire and Garfield. Spider Man movies – in that of the MCU. No way home later reveals that the incarnations of Spider-Man by Maguire and Garfield also broke the multiversal divide.
Spider-Man: No Path Home also revealed the changes to the Statue of Liberty, following Steve Rogers / Captain America’s absence following the events of Avengers: Endgame. The climactic battle that unfolds over the statue, however, ends up damaging Lady Liberty and destroying Cap’s ongoing shield addition.
Spider-Man: No Path Home is now playing in theaters.
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