Spider-Man No Way Home: 2 Post-Credits Scenes, Explained – Gadgets 360

Spider-Man: No Way Home — out now in cinemas worldwide — sends Tom Holland’s Peter Parker/ Spider-Man on his craziest solo adventure yet, as he faces off with returning villains from five other Spider-Man movies. But what about his future? Holland has been hemming and hawing, and others who gave some concrete info have tried to walk back their comments. The No Way Home ending leaves Parker on a clean slate of sorts, and the scenes during the credits don’t tell us anything new about the future of Holland in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That said, the Spider-Man: No Way Home mid-credits scene does set up a new face-off should Spidey return. There’s only one scene to be fair, the No Way Home post-credits scene is a trailer.

Warning: major spoilers ahead for Spider-Man: No Way Home. Proceed at your own risk.

Spider-Man: No Way Home ending, explained

Having cured all the old Spider-Man villains, the MCU’s Peter Parker (Holland) discovers that Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is struggling to hold their universe together. As Parker approaches him, Strange warns him that he can’t hold down the fort much longer and that more threats from all other dimensions are starting to filter through. Parker then wonders if things will go back to normal if Strange were to use the original spell: make everyone forget Peter Parker. Strange says it would but asks him if he’s sure. After Parker nods, Strange tells him to bid his goodbyes as he has little time.

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Parker first swings down to have a final chat with the other Peter Parkers, played by Tobey Maguire (from the Spider-Man trilogy) and Andrew Garfield (from the two The Amazing Spider-Man movies). He thanks from their help, before swinging away to see his girlfriend MJ (Zendaya) and best friend Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon), where he delivers the bad news. They are about to forget he ever existed. MJ tells him he loves him, but before Parker can reply, she tells him to say it to her when he sees her again. Ned makes Parker promise that he will fix things.

As Strange’s spell is about to kick in, Parker swings away — I wonder what would happen if he just stayed in front of their faces as they forgot him. The visiting Peter Parkers fade into thin air and are transported back into their own universes. The cured villains — Dr. Norman Osborn/ Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), Dr. Otto Octavius/ Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina), Flint Marko/ Sandman (Thomas Haden Church), Curt Connors/ Lizard (Rhys Ifans), and Max Dillon/ Electro (Jamie Foxx) — follow them.

Electro, Sandman, and Lizard in Spider-Man: No Way Home
Photo Credit: Sony Pictures

Days or weeks later, Parker visits the coffee shop that MJ used to work at, with a little note he has prepared. After he walks in, Ned follows him in right after but walks past him. Parker orders a coffee …….


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