“We are all treating Now Way Home like the end of the franchise.”
With Spider-Man: No Way Home, due in theaters on December 15, director Jon Watts will complete the trilogy worn by Tom holland, initiated by Homecoming, in 2017, then continued by Far From Home, two years later. If we risk seeing the superhero again in other Marvel super-productions (he first appeared in Captain America: Civil War, The Russo Brothers, then had an important role in the latter Avengers), the actor explains to Entertainment Weekly that this opus will mark the end of a cycle.
“We all treat Now Way Home like the end of the franchise, assures the interpreter of Peter Parker. If we have the chance to find these characters later, it will be for a very different version. Who will no longer be part of the trilogy Homecoming. We would then try to build something else, the tone of which would change from those films. I don’t know if this will happen, but we are clearly thinking of No Way Home like at the end of a cycle, we all feel that. “
He also says he was very moved by shooting his last scene with Zendaya (who plays MJ, with whom Peter is in love) and Jacob Batalon (the interpreter of his best friend, Ned): “We’ve been working on these films for five years, and the three of us developed an incredible relationship. We were together every step of the way. We did all the films, but also the interviews together. So the day we shot this scene , knowing that this might be our last three, it was heartbreaking. At the same time, we also knew that we were opening the new chapters of our careers, so sharing this moment with them is without probably the best I have experienced on a set. I don’t think I ever cried so much! “
Here is the trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home :