Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe go through unique moments after the premiere of Spider-Man: No Way Home, a film that was everything they expected and much more when they first showed the multiverse on the big screen. However, things were not exactly the same for Tom Holland Y zendaya, since they recently declared what they did not like the end. Look what they said!
During the tape, the Peter Parker of Holland He asks Doctor Strange to perform a spell so that everyone will forget that he is the one who hides under the mask of the superhero, but a lack of concentration makes it go wrong and mixes the infinite realities of the universe. That is why villains from the past arrive, such as Doctor Octopus, Electro, Green Goblin, Lizard and Sandman.
Tom Holland and Zendaya criticized the ending of Spider-Man: NWH
As seen in the tape, which also left us the Spider-Verse with the versions of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, to resolve the situation Strange must perform another spell, but it makes everyone know who Peter Parker is, who no longer has her Aunt May. That is why the outcome of the plot shows us the young man in a cafeteria running into MJ and Ned, but they don’t recognize him, leaving a really sad ending.
The actor couple referenced this in Marvel.com Y Zendaya assured that she did not like it: “I cried throughout the movie. And the first thing I said when we finished was, ‘This is very sad.’ It is very bitter “. For its part, Tom made it clear what closure he would have wanted: “I wanted them to have a happy ending. We are still here, we feel good. We are proud of the movie. It would have been very nice if they went to college and had a swing at sunset. Unfortunately, that’s the way it is.“.
Then the star of Euphoria said there were surely a lot of upset little kids by the end, but Holland manifested its positive side: “We may be teaching young children a lesson that they may not be ready for. But, [al menos la película] it’s entertaining “. With a few weeks at the box office Spider-Man: No Way Home It has reached rare numbers during the pandemic and is already one of the highest-grossing films in movie history.