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Tom Holland faces death and heartbreak in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
In the comics, love and loss carve Spider-Man’s heart.
Certainly, they are his essence.
Insiders reveal who will die in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Major spoilers ahead; consider this a warning.
New Dawn Fades
First of all, Tom Holland confirmed an old scoop of mine.
In Total Film, he described the film.
It’s dark and sad.
But longtime followers shouldn’t be surprised.
On September 30, 2019, I leaked that it’d be the darkest of the trilogy.
Back then, it had a different plot.
However, the melancholy remained.
I Remember Nothing
On December 12, 2020, I scooped that Doctor Strange will remove people’s memories of Spider-Man as Peter Parker.
Unfortunately, that includes MJ (Zendaya), his girlfriend.
Sources claim it gets worse.
In the end, MJ doesn’t know Parker at all.
Thus, their romance crashes into the abyss.
In the comic books, Spider-Man laughs at his foes.
As Parker, he continually suffers.
In other words, Spider-Man is who we dream to be.
Above all, Parker is us.
On April 16, 2021, I reported that Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) dies in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Now I’m told that it’ll be Parker’s fault.
Moreover, May perishes while Spider-Man fights the Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe).
The tragedy echoes “The Night Gwen Stacy Died.” In 1973, writer Gerry Conway and artist Gil Kane produced an iconic story arc.
Parker’s lover Gwen Stacy died during Spider-Man’s battle with the Green Goblin.
The Green Goblin threw Stacy off a bridge.
Spider-Man attempted to save her.
He shot webs at her feet to protect her from the fall.
The impact snapped her neck.
Thus, Spider-Man was responsible.
Director Marc Webb adapted the tragedy in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Therefore, it’s doubtful it’ll be repeated here.
Nevertheless, the Green Goblin is involved.
Tom Holland’s Tragedies In Spider-Man: No Way Home Revealed (Spoilers)
A Means to an End
Consequently, May’s passing unleashes Spider-Man’s rage.
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.
A source exclaimed:
This is the MCU not holding back. Tom Holland lets it rip.
Director Jon Watts compared Spider-Man: No Way Home to Avengers: Endgame.
In particular, it’s emotionally heavy according to sources.
Apparently, Spider-Man: No Way Home concludes with Parker alone.
In addition, MJ doesn’t recall who he is.
Afterward, a symbiote enters his universe.
Parker is angry, depressed.
Fade to black.
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