"Spider-Man: No Way Home": The Enigma That Hides This New Marvel Movie

Marvel's ambitious project of creating a vast world of superheroes began several years ago, and the results show that what seemed like a distant dream is now a reality. Among so many productions that have already seen the light there is one that has not yet premiered and that generates a lot of expectation for fans: "Spider-Man: No Way Home", which contains a great enigma that has everyone on edge.

There's a very particular detail that generated much debate among fans of the production directed by Jon Watts, which is in its name. "No Way Home" suggests that the focus will be on Peter Parker, protagonist of the story, but according to some specialists this has to do with the villains who will be seen in this new installment and not with the central character.

On the one hand Jeff Sneider of the Collider site said that the villains that will appear in "Spider-Man: No Way Home" are the reference that encloses the name of the film, since after jumping from their different dimensions they will not be able to return to their respective "homes". On the other hand the site The Direct anticipated that the group of the "Six Sinisters" will be made up of Doctor Octopus by Alfred Molina, Electro, the Lizard by Rhys Ifans, Rhino by Paul Giamatti, Sandman by Thomas Haden Church, and the Green Goblin by Willem Dafoe, who will also be the leader of the band.

All these speculations only reinforce the cloak of mystery that covers this new Marvel film, but that will undoubtedly be one of the most important events of its cinematic universe. The premiere is scheduled for December 16 of this year, so hundreds of thousands of fans around the world await that date to end with so many doubts.

Willem Dafoe will face Spider-Man again

Willem Dafoe would return to play the Green Goblin.
Willem Dafoe would return to play the Green Goblin.

Willem Dafoe was the actor who played the Green Goblin in the Sam Raimi saga and, to the surprise of many, was seen on the set of "Spider-Man: No Way Home" on February 5. From that moment on rumors began to circulate that he would return to work on a film about this superhero, and although there is no official confirmation everything seems to indicate that he will be the most important villain of this installment.

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