‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Features Brand New Post-Credit Scene
It was one of the biggest films of the post-pandemic era, and it set the tone for what the superhero box office would start to look like moving forward, and with a theatrical release occurring this month, we now know that Spider-Man: No Way Home features a brand new post-credit scene.
There is no denying that in a discussion for the greatest comic book adaption of all time, the third installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universes Spider-Man saga deserves a place at the coveted table; and may actually boast a very strong case at that.
The film that was set to conclude a trilogy of Jon Watts-helmed MCU films featuring Tom Holland was poised to be among the most ambitious of Marvel Studios, and it was also one of the most anticipated releases of the Phase Four release slate.
But among the anticipation and the ambition was all that was stacked against the eventual release, as it was arriving on the tail end of a COVID-19 pandemic that had thoroughly knocked the filmmaking industry to its knees, and had no let up in sight.
It was this Spider-Man film that changed all of that, as Marvel and Sony orchestrated a celebration of the character of Peter Parker in a way that had never been seen, and with a rerelease on the horizon, fans have been slowly getting news on what been added this second time around.
One of the most interesting additions, and one that will certainly add to the theatrical experience for fans taking in the epic for a second time, is that Spider-Man: No Way Home will feature a brand new post-credit scene; and it is one that is heartbreaking
As reported by ComicBook.com, the newly implemented scene, “featured Betty Brant as she doing her last news segment before graduation. We see pictures taken of the class during their time together in High School, including the decathlon and Europe trip seen in Spider-Man: Far From Home.”
The report continues, “However, all of the pictures are missing Tom Holland’s Peter Parker, meaning not only did the Doctor Strange spell make everyone forge that Peter Parker was Spider-Man, but he has also been magically removed from physical items like pictures as well.”
The truly devastating post-credit scene sounds like a truly heartbreaking way to tie up the Peter Parker story, but also speaks to the true commitment to the spell that occurred at the conclusion of the film.