No Way Home’s ending finally fixes the MCU’s Peter Parker – what took so long?

Against all odds, they remember making one Spider-Man movie.

Somewhere between satisfying die-hard fans and making huge bucks, director Jon Watts introduced this era’s Spider-Man trilogy – but not the Spider-Man story – in There is no way home. The end result is quite spectacular. Great, even.

But the invigorating feeling of watching a pure, spandex Spider-Man fly over Christmas in New York also raises a nagging question: What took so long? And how will this affect the direction of Spider-Man for years to come?

Warning: Spoilers for Spider-Man: There’s no way home front.

A few weeks ago, I criticized Marvel Cinematic Universe for its messy interpretation of Spider-Man. I still stand by most of what I said. A fake Spider-Man with a billionaire superstar weapon is a far cry from a Spider-Man struggling to pay the bills, and the results show just how comfortable Tom Holland’s Peter Parker is with lethal violence. He’s still a fun character, but the foundation on which the MCU built its version of Spider-Man is as solid as a man with an inflatable tube swaying in the wind.

This is no light for Tom Holland, a brilliant actor who delivered a strong performance in Spider-Man: There’s no way home. But five years after its debut in 2016, it was clear that Marvel realized they needed to go back instead of moving forward with the character. As the film’s epilogue shows up at the end, the MCU has finally told the origin story of Spider-Man – If only it hadn’t taken too long.

The MCU Spider-Man Incident

Tom Holland’s Spider-Man finally feels like real Spider-Man at the end Spider-Man: There’s no way home.Sony’s photo

During the making of part three Captain America, which introduced Tom Holland into the universe as Peter Parker, the MCU is struggling. Through an unparalleled collaboration at the corporate level, Marvel Studios finally has the space to introduce Spider-Man, a character that audiences so desperately want to see with the Avengers. But to make sure the audience hasn’t opened their eyes yet again reboot, the franchise provided him with the fundamentals. So Spider-Man went into the vast MCU without Uncle Ben, spider bites, professional wrestling matches, or harsh lessons about the nature of violence.

It was a wise change at the time. It allows the Netherlands and the audience to have mercy thwip past tired source beats. But like a professional athlete walking out onto the field without practice, the glaring absence of the essentials cannot be ignored.

“It’s annoying when he keeps a tracksuit kill immediately extra remuneration.”

Spider-Man has all the powers (including a nanotech suit and a sentient AI) but lacks a sense of responsibility. Although the whole point of movies like Spider-Man: Homecoming is for Peter Parker to be a hero without the “suit” – a gift from former Tony Stark fan – still annoyed that he kept a tracksuit an “instant kill” perk ( even if he only used it on monster CGI aliens).

In a misguided attempt to stand out from other Spider-Mans, specifically the works of Sam Raimi (even Spider-Man 3, a cornball classic featuring a fun crime), the MCU drafted a Spidey far from who the character was supposed to be. Spider-Man wouldn’t be comfortable with the kind of power that Stark and the other Avengers typically handle. Instead, this version embraces it.

How There’s no way home”fix “Spider-Man”

Don’t confuse it with nostalgia. Sam Raimi’s Spiderman the trilogy wisely established the essentials of Spider-Man.Columbia

There is no way home is the third installment in the trilogy and the ninth (!) of Sony’s Spider-Man, and it took us a long time to get back to where Spider-Man wanted to be. In the MCU, Peter Parker is now a spoiler. The casual attire he does is something these movies shyly never attempt, and witnessing it in action is an amazing thing – as if the pages of Great illusion #15 was magically moved. That’s the coverage of source material never seen since, by Sam Raimi Spiderman.

But should we applaud the MCU for filming all three movies (plus two Avengers) to understand Spider-Man? Why did it take? this long to make him understand the responsibilities that come with spandex? Surely they could cram a lesson or two in the previous movies without resorting to Uncle Ben. And what is the purpose of extending Spider-Man’s origins? We won’t know for sure until the next thing fans have been waiting for with feverish glee: The trailer for Spiderman 4, has been developed.

For now, the MCU’s Spider-Man has caught up with his predecessors. We saw a Spider-Man who suffered a loss, and we heard the important and horribly overdue spell, “With great power comes great responsibility” will fuel his next adventure. It’s strange that it’s all the other way around; how he just learned to take responsibility for his power after against the alien invasion. It’s a bit like a gray Batman forming the Justice League just before Batman’s retirement.

Spider-Man has finally grown up

After five years, the MCU’s Spider-Man has officially become Spider-Man. What did we miss by waiting for that to happen?Sony’s photo

Despite its unnecessary complexity and the effort required to explain its multiverse premise, what Spider-Man: There’s no way home Pulling out is a miracle. Scroll through Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s re-released action figures and you’ll find a seismic that will direct Tom Holland’s Peter Parker for the fifth phase of the MCU. Now that Peter is grown, he is learning that the world doesn’t always reward his good deeds. Sometimes, it will punish him.

This has been the story of Spider-Man for decades. In the defining comic strip that ends with the death of his girlfriend Gwen Stacy, Peter learns the hard way that his powers can not only save those he loves, but can destroy them as well. In the MCU, Peter finds that his best intentions, and the power to carry them out, come with a hefty price tag that costs him everything.

Peter Parker has a gift, but some might call it a curse. In the end, the MCU got it.

Spider-Man: There’s no way home Currently showing in theaters. No Way Home’s ending finally fixes the MCU’s Peter Parker – what took so long?

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