A new synopsis for Spider-Man: No Way Home has surfaced on the Brazilian website CineMark. Unlike other screencaps floating around the internet, there is no reference to other cast members other than Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jon Favreau, and the supposed trailer release date is also notably absent. Fitting with Holland‘s quotes regarding what might be in store for Peter Parker in the trilogy’s finale, where he mentioned the character’s “breaking point”, this new synopsis seems to answer some of the most mentioned critiques of Marvel Studio’s approach to Spider-Man: the way, unlike his comic counterpart, Parker seems to be able to balance his personal life to that of a super-hero, sometimes referred to as “Parker Luck.”
The synopsis reads as follows:
For the first time in Spider-Man cinematic history, our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is unmasked and can no longer keep his ordinary life separated from the challenges that go with being a superhero. After asking for Doctor Strange’s help the risks become even more dangerous and force him to discover what it means to be Spider-Man.
In what’s expected to be the most emotional of the three Marvel Studios Spider-Man solo outings, and unfortunately also the most spoiled, we’re sure to witness the growth Holland will bring to the character, as it sheds its boyish ways and takes a step forward into the future, and possibly an entirely new trilogy. Spider-Man: No Way Home premieres only in theaters on December 17 in the United States. It’s directed by Jon Watts and features a number of actors portraying several characters that you may or may not have seen before or even heard about.