According to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, audiences may not want to get too attached to all the Spider-Man: No Way Home rumors.
Since the status quo-altering finale of Spider-Man: Far From Home, fans of the wall-crawler have been eagerly searching for information about the third installment in the series. In a recent interview with Empire magazine, Feige shared his overall thoughts on the movie's popular fan theories, which he actually quite enjoys.
"Rumors are fun, because many of them are true, and many of them are not true," Feige said. He went on to warn fans not to get too caught up trying to figure out which heroes will appear in the new Spider-Man flick. As he put it, "The danger is when you get into the expectations game of wanting people to be excited about the movie they get, and not disappointed about a movie they don't get."
Some of these rumors include the involvement of previous Spider-Men Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. With No Way Home reaching into past films to find its villains, fans have been awaiting confirmation about whether they'll see their favorite wall-crawlers back in the swing of things too. The first trailer for the movie only added fuel to the fire when Holland's Peter Parker was spotted wearing an outfit identical to the one worn by Maguire in Spider-Man 3. Another popular theory debated whether or not a leaked clip of Garfield from the set of the film was real. That idea was debunked by the actor himself but was subsequently re-bunked by visual effects artists studying the Spider-Man clip, leaving fans with just as many questions as they had before.
The mystery surrounding No Way Home has intensified in recent weeks since the end-credits scene of Venom: Let There Be Carnage proposed a possible confrontation between the symbiote and his comic-book host. Nobody from Marvel's camp offered any substantial answers in the aftermath of this tease -- even the usually chatty Holland has resisted spoiling the movie, much to the dismay of audiences.
With Spider-Man: No Way Home set for theaters on Dec. 17 and a second trailer around the corner, fans have high hopes for the movie and are eager to see the best parts of Spider-Man and Amazing Spider-Man return for one more big-screen battle. Holland himself called No Way Home "the end of a franchise," meaning that for better or worse, it'll be one of the hottest tickets of the winter.
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Source: Empire magazine
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