Tom Holland Reveals Spider-Man: No Way Home Has Very Violent Scenes

Written By Joy Lyn Parohinog Francisco

Tom Holland Reveals Spider-Man: No Way Home Has Very Violent Scenes

Tom Holland revealed that Spider-Man: No Way Home reaches a new level in violence. Specifically, Spider-Man will be in “very violent” fights.

It seems like the film will push its PG-13 borders.

Although Tom Holland doesn’t describe the scene, we may have an answer.

After all, Geekosity owner Mikey Sutton leaked the possible scenario on November 12.

The following may contain potential spoilers.

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Sutton revealed that the Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe) kills Aunt May (Marisa Tomei).

In his report, Sutton wrote:

He lashes out at the Green Goblin with pure savagery. Insiders acknowledge this is the most violent moment in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Specifically, Spider-Man nearly kills the Green Goblin.

Our source added that:

This is the MCU not holding back. Tom Holland lets it rip.

Moreover, it seems to match Tom Holland’s perspective in a TV Globo interview.

Tom Holland admitted:

There are some fight scenes in this movie that are very violent. And it’s a fighting style different from what we’ve seen before. But really you will get to see Spider-Man using his fists in a ‘fight or flight’ situation.

At this point, we can only imagine.

But there’s been much speculation on what’ll happen in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Certainly, Sony’s marketing campaign is boosting it.

After all, there’s so much Sony won’t show.

Other Spider-Men were actually in the second trailer.

However, because of Sony’s secrecy, they were edited out.

Tom Holland Reveals Spider-Man: No Way Home Has Very Violent Scenes

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Fans laughed at the invisible entity punching the Lizard.

Additionally, people re-watched everything in super slow motion to check for clues frame-by-frame.

Even the initial poster release had several Easter eggs spotted by the devoted audience.

The premiere is just a few weeks away. We cannot wait.

So what do we do?

We fill in the gaps to our heart’s content.

We’ll see another interview with Tom Holland about Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Afterwards, everyone is in a frenzy all over again from any dropped hints.

It is said that this is Spider-Man’s Avengers: Endgame.

In Endgame, Black Widow and Iron Man died.

Thus, it seems that one or more of the major characters in Peter Parker’s life will end.

In the trailer, MJ (Zendaya) mirrors the fall of Gwen Stacy.

Tom Holland Reveals Spider-Man: No Way Home Has Very Violent Scenes

Tom Holland Reveals Spider-Man: No Way Home Has Very Violent Scenes

In addition, Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) might also meet his end.

Likewise, what about Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield?

Can fans actually handle losing a Spider-Man?

Marvel Studios once planned Maguire’s Spider-Man to die.

Fortunately, Tom Holland isn’t going anywhere.

Spider-Man producer Amy Pascal spilled Tom Holland has a number of MCU projects lined up.

Of the three, Garfield’s Parker had the most emotionally devastated Spider-Man.

He did not just carry the burden of Uncle Ben’s passing.

Rather, he held the guilt that he led his girlfriend Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) to her demise.

Image: Sony Pictures

He had all that strength but still lost the two people he loved the most.

From what we can identify in released footage, there promises to be at least five villains.

Will they tease one to make the pack more Sinister? (See what we did there?)

Just how violent will Spider-Man: No Way Home be?

Well, the movie is officially rated PG-13.

Therefore, expectations are set.

But PG-13 doesn’t mean what it once did.

Initially, the first PG-13 film like Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom was more graphic than its successors.

But 2008’s The Dark Knight was brutal.

Spider-Man: No Way Home could be as intense as Tom Holland claims.


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