What to expect from the post-credits scenes in Spider-Man: No Way Home?

Two rooms, two atmospheres.

Warning, what follows contains (logically enough) spoilers on the post-credits scenes of Spider-Man: No Way Home. Don’t go any further if you don’t want to know anything.

But what is Sony doing with its shared Spider-Man universe? If the studio collaborates with Marvel Studios for the Spider-Man films set in the MCU, it is perfectly free to develop feature films with characters from the Spider-Man universe. This is already the case with Venom 1 and 2, and soon with Morbius. The post-credits scene of Venom: Let There Be Carnage attempted a rapprochement between the two worlds: we thus discovered Eddie Brock and his symbiote passing in spite of himself in the MCU and discovering Tom Holland’s Spider-Man on TV.

The first post-credits scene of Spider-Man: No Way Home resumes in the same place, in a beach bar where Brock is explained by the waiter about the events of the MCU … before disappearing as dry (to return home after the fate of Doctor Strange). But on the table remains a piece of symbiote, which is bound to need a host. It remains to be seen whether this really heralds a crossover between Venom and Spider-Man or an open door to using Venom in the MCU without Tom Hardy.

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The second post-credits scene is not really one: Marvel Studios preferred to use it as a teaser Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness of Sam Raimi through a trailer. If the latter should land online in the coming weeks, know all the same that we find there the Supreme Sorcerer confronted with the consequences of his actions in Spider-Man: No Way Home. The entire multiverse seems to be upside down. We meet Wanda that Strange will “recruit” to help him, and especially the film will make the link with the animated series What if? … One shot shows Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) from behind with a big star on her jacket (so she would reprise the role of Captain Carter, seen in the series), and a dark Doctor Strange tip of her nose at the end of the trailer (also seen in What if? …).

This promises a hell of a fight and unexpected clashes … Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness should be released on May 4 in France. By the way, if we are told that ” Doctor Strange will return »At the end of the credits, the same is not true for Spider-Man…

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