Marvel Studios is well on track with their upcoming film rollout, and Spider-Man: No Coming Home is perhaps one of the most anticipated. Over the past year, dozens of rumors and fan theories have swirled around the film, and it looks like one of them has just been confirmed in the strangest of places.
The title and description of a related Marvel book on Amazon offers some possible revelations. Calliope Glass’s book titled Spider-Man: No Way Home: Spider-Man’s Very Weird Day by Andrew Kolb “will take Spider-Man and his friends to a whole new place – a place full of mystery and magic begging to be explored.” Although no Sorcerer Supreme images are available, the children’s picture book provides several clues: the keywords being “strange” and “magic”.
The book is one of many titles in a series of children’s titles set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Other titles include Night, Groot night, and Captain Marvel: Beware of the Flerken!, and Spider-Man: Far From Home: Spider-Man Crosses Europe. While the books aren’t necessarily considered to be fully related to the MCU movies, the fact that the book associates Doctor Strange with No way home is revealing.
In terms of what the book can tell us about the movie outside of Strange’s presence, there are a number of things we can deduce from that. The description claims that Spider-Man will go to a place “filled with mystery and mages begging to be explored.” This potentially binds No way home to the multiverse who was both teased in Spider-Man: Far From Home and confirmed by Kevin Feige to appear in future MCU films. Feige also said that No way home will connect with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, so it looks like everything is lining up.
Benedict Cumberbatch, who portrayed Doctor Strange, played shyly when asked about his involvement in the film. Collider.com attempted to ask him a Marvel-related question, but Cumberbatch responded by saying, “I mean, we know how much of a dead end this is going to be, but yes sure you can waste your time asking. a question to Marvel. “
A No way home the actor who shared details and confirmed the multiverse is Alfred Molina, who played Doctor Octopus in 2004 Spider-Man 2. In an interview with Variety, Molina did not hold back her involvement in the film, saying, âWhen we were filming it, we were all ordered not to talk about it, because it was supposed to be a big secret. , you know, it’s all over the internet. In fact, I’ve described myself as Hollywood’s worst-kept secret! “
By combining Molina’s interview with the children’s picture book, Spider-Man fans can most likely look forward to an exciting movie in No way home. With now confirmed characters like Doc Ock and Doctor Strange, the multiverse will be fully explored. Spider-Man: No Coming Home is currently set to hit theaters on December 17, 2021. This book can be ordered on Amazon.
Topics: Spider-Man 3 MCU, Spider-man, Doctor Strange