At the moment, much is being speculated about the story this film is meant to tell. Many believe that we’ll see Peter Parker on the run from the law as he tries to clear his name for the accusations against him regarding the “murder” of Quentin Beck aka Mysterio in Spider-Man: Far From Home. After months of following rigorous safety guidelines and health protocols, Spider-Man: No Way Home has reached its final day of production. The news was confirmed via a social media post by Tom Holland via an Instagram story.
The film will be quite the beast, as it may reintroduce Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock. Others have now begun to suspect that the film will delve into the multiverse, as Benedict Cumberbatch is confirmed to return as Doctor Strange in a mentor role. Jamie Foxx is reprising his role as Electro and Alfred Molina as Doctor Octavius has also been revealed. That wasn’t the end, as more theories started to grow when Willem Dafoe and Thomas Hayden Church were rumored to appear in this film. Just recently, Andrew Garfield‘s stunt double, William Spencer, seemingly leaked his involvement in the upcoming Spider-Man feature. However, even with all the speculation, the film has managed to keep much of its plot under wraps. Even Tom Holland has been behaving and hasn’t leaked anything for now. We still have some time before it releases on December 17, 2021, but it is slowly turning into a must-watch for the year.