Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said he believes the hype surrounding Spider-Man: No Way Home is in line with Avengers 2019: Endgame, which is the biggest hit in the cinematic universe. Admire this day.
Feige said this while talking about how the launch of MCU films has changed during the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. “Of course, the way we announced things has changed and changed the pandemic, and in some ways, it’s good because it’s allowed us to focus on our future,” he told Screen Rant. They’re coming out, and I’ll say the stay at No Way Home is just as good as we’ve been seeing so far for a while now that the movie’s coming out. ”
Like Endgame, where the world’s most powerful heroes have teamed up to defend the universe, No Way Home will rescue some characters from previous Spider-Man movies. So far, Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin and Octopus Doctor Alfred Molina, who starred in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy, have been Spider-Man alongside Electro Jamie Foxx from The Amazing Spider-Man 2. 2014., confirmed by Sandman (Thomas Hayden Church ). and The Lizard (Rhys Ifans) in the latest trailer for No Way Home.
Despite months of rumors that former Spidey members Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield were rehearsing their roles, Garfield has repeatedly refused to perform at No Way Home. “Look, I’m not in the movie, I love Spider-Man, I’ve always loved it,” the actor said in November. “I was excited to be there and am happy to see what they will do with the third party just like you.”
When Spider-Man rights were split between Disney and Sony, many fans did not expect to see character versions of Sony-produced movies on MCU. However, Feige recently explained how the partnership came about, saying, “I think if we’ve learned anything over the years, and especially the discussions between Disney and Sony about putting these films together, then it’s almost possible.” enough. “People believe in it and are excited about it.”
Although the film will not be out in theaters for about a week,
it recently reported that the first day of pre-ordering No Way Home tickets is the second highest day in US history, right after Endgames’ first 24 hours pre-sale of tickets. On Thursday night alone, only $ 17 million was to be appealed.
Spider-Man: No Way Home, directed by Jon Watts, will hit theaters on December 17th.