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Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man has fought numerous villains, but his greatest challenge might be his love for MJ.
The following may contain potential spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home.
According to several insiders, Peter Parker and MJ (Zendaya) will split up.
Parker’s rollercoaster love life has always been an essential part of his history.
Before marrying Mary Jane Watson, Parker had an extensive list of broken romances, sometimes even leading to tragedy – his first girlfriend Gwen Stacy died at his hands while trying to save her after the Green Goblin threw her from the Brooklyn Bridge.
So far, his relationship with MJ (Zendaya) in the MCU has been through rose-colored glasses outside the attacks of costumed foes.
From the beginning, writer/co-creator Stan Lee kept Spider-Man with one foot in reality.
Since his debut in Amazing Fantasy No. 15 in 1962, Spider-Man was nothing extraordinary underneath his suit.
He was a nerdy, thin, and unloved teenager.
He was also broke.
Even after he became Spider-Man, Parker’s girl troubles followed him.
Onscreen, Tom Holland and Zendaya have magnetic chemistry.
However, all we’ve seen thus far is the sweet nectar of puppy love.
There is bitter fruit awaiting.
Sources reveal that Parker and MJ separate after the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
No, Tom Holland isn’t going anywhere; furthermore, neither is Zendaya. But they will be miles apart.
That part is unknown. Spider-Man: No Way Home‘s script underwent changes.
Tom Holland’s Spider-Man Will Face Relationship Issues With Zendaya’s MJ
On December 25, 2020, I scooped that the mutant Firestar would cause friction between Tom Holland and Zendaya.
In 1981, Firestar made her debut on the Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends animated TV show.
This wonderful program, blissful nostalgia now for those who grew up on it, established the college bond between the three.
However, Firestar won’t appear in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Whatever the cause is, she isn’t it.
Insiders add that Parker and MJ will date others in college.
Of course, that would form the backdrop of Tom Holland’s next three Spider-Man films.
If anybody is gagging at relationship issues in the Spider-Man movies, they haven’t read the comic books.
Parker will either break her heart or she will rip his into pieces.
His ability to overcome that, to return stronger than ever, is the essence of Spider-Man.
Love, love will tear them apart until the trilogy reaches its conclusion.