America Chavez Role in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Revealed
Previous concept art for the record-breaking Sony project indicated planning stages that would’ve made the Young Avenger a crucial Marvel character, with new developments showing America Chavez’s role in Spider-Man: No Way Home revealed.
The upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is slated to be one of the most important MCU films of all time; easily being the most important Marvel film of the Studios lauded Phase Four.
The film will showcase Marvel’s resident sorcerer going head to head against the uncertainty of the multiverse, in a story that will bring together Doctor Strange, Wanda, and Wong in a fight to restore the primary Marvel Universe.
This group of Marvel heroes will also get some help, as Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will also feature the MCU Debut of America Chavez.
The film has highlighted the young hero in a lot of promotional material, which leads many to believe that Marvel has firmly placed their confidence in the iconic character.
What is interesting, however, is that the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness wasn’t intended to be the iconic character’s debut; as America Chavez’s role in Spider-Man: No Way Home has been revealed.
Many fans observed concept art for the tremendously successful Spider-Man film which showcased America Chavez in the early formulation of the project, as The Hollywood Reporter has been able to access just what the role was.
ComicBook.com reported on the findings, stating, “The Doctor Strange apprentice role that ultimately went to Jacob Batalon’s Ned leads was originally intended for America Chavez.”
The report goes on to say, “Since Spider-Man: No Way Home was scheduled to come out after Doctor STarnge in the Multiverse of Madness, America Chavez’s inclusion would have made sense.”
It was turmoil in the Sony and Marvel release schedules- due to the global COVID-19 pandemic- that led the studios to ultimately cut Chavez from the film.