Spider-Man: No Way Home's director validated fans' theories regarding the threequel's ending.
In his latest Peter Parker film, Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire battled five supervillains. The film also gave MCU spectators a vintage Spidey.
New York City's poor webhead lived alone. Audiences love Peter Parker vs. the world. In the Spider-Man: No Way Home - The Art of the Movie book, director Jon Watts revealed that the film finishes at the beginning.
Watts said the third film was “always about how [doing] something” people “[hadn’t] seen before with Peter Parker:”
He stated that after three movies, the trilogy was really “[them] really [taking their] time” telling Tom Holland’s Spidey “origin story:”
Since No Way Home entered theaters, fans had speculated about this extended origin narrative, thinking the film finished where most Spidey movies start, with Peter destitute, living in a dilapidated New York apartment, and anonymous.
Marvel Studios Head of Visual Development Ryan Meinerding was "super excited" to create Peter's new outfit at the film's end, which the hero will likely wear in his upcoming wall-crawling exploits.
After three movies and a couple Avengers team-ups, the MCU finally has “a fully-fledged Spider-Man,” the artist said.