The Tragic Reason Why the Multiverse May Be In ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

Well, we’re seventeen days away from Spider-Man: No Way Home and that means I’ve got to bring back this post. Enjoy!

The trailer teased a lot of interesting things but one thing that is very clear is that it will include the multiverse. And have a theory why. Hold on to your butts. I’m about to go dark.


So, we all know the slight tug-of-war that Sony Entertainment and Marvel Studios are playing over Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. Sony wants to retain full control of the character so they can undoubtedly start including him in their Venom movies. But for now, Marvel Studios has him under their wing. But they are going to have let go of him somehow.

After this third Spider-Man film he’s set to only appear in only one more Marvel Studios movie, an Avengers-style film, due to their extended contract with Tom Holland. So how does Marvel Studios give fans what they want with a movie that manages to conclude a trilogy but at the same time make it where the franchise isn’t burdened with keeping Peter Parker in the MCU any longer?

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Easy. Use the Multiverse as a way to get rid of Peter Parker. I can see it now.

Because this is the third film something tragic is going to have to happen. Maybe, in an effort to contain and defeat the multiple antagonists that he and Doctor Strange have unleashed on the world, he will have to sacrifice himself, disappearing with the villains back into the multiverse and into the waiting hands of Sony Entertainment so that they can use him for their Spider-Man/Venom/Morbius crossover films by incorporating the Multiverse theme.

This way, Marvel Studios will have disposed of Peter Parker until they need him to make a surprise in a later Avengers film. It makes all the sense in the world and while slightly depressing, would be a fitting and moving way to end Spidey’s MCU trilogy.

Because we all know the iconic saying, “With great power comes great responsibility.”

Do you like this theory? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a lovely day.

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