Unused Spider-Man: No Way Home Scene Would"ve Ruined A Scene It Took 9 Years To Make

  • Concept art reveals that an unused scene in Spider-Man: No Way Home would have had Doctor Strange's Cloak of Levitation save MJ, taking away from Andrew Garfield's redemption moment.
  • The original plan for the final battle would have given MJ a "liberating moment of freedom" as she experienced flying for herself.
  • By allowing Garfield's Spider-Man to save MJ, it pays off the distressing scene from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and gives the character hope for the future.
Concept art reveals one unused scene from Spider-Man: No Way Home that would have ruined one emotional MCU scene that paid off a tragic moment from Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man 2. After Loki season 1 ended with the Sacred Timeline being unraveled, the new multiverse became a key plot element in 2021's Spider-Man: No Way Home, as Doctor Strange's botched spell brought characters from Sony's previous Spider-Man films into the MCU. As well as five multiversal villains, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield also reprised their roles as Peter Parker alongside Tom Holland as the MCU's Spider-Man in the Spider-Man: No Way Home cast, giving them the opportunity to address unresolved storylines from their previous Spider-Man adventures.
Spider-Man: No Way Home saw the three Spider-Men battle the Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, and Sandman from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, and Lizard and Electro from Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man duology. While battling their respective villains, No Way Home provided the opportunity for the three Peter Parkers to connect with each other, primarily over their shared experiences. One of the most important experiences that each Spider-Man shares is their love stories with MJ for Maguire and Holland's versions, and Gwen Stacy for Garfield's. In Garfield's case, the tragic end of his relationship with Gwen was addressed in an emotional moment in No Way Home, but this almost didn't happen.


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