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Sony’s No Way Home Joke Confirms Doctor Strange’s Mind Wipe Still in Effect, Tom Holland’s Peter Parker Will Remain Forgotten Even After He Joins Venom-Verse

If you haven’t forgotten, Spider-Man: No Way Home was released last year just in time before Christmas, and the movie & Tom Holland were, as per expectations, nothing short of amazing, with the movie’s box office performance going past the billion-dollar mark.

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L to R: Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire recreating the popular 3 Spider-Man meme

Back in 1999, Sony Pictures Entertainment had acquired the film rights to the character and released the Sam Raimi trilogy version of Spider-Man starring Tobey Maguire. Soon after, what followed up was Marc Webb’s take on the web-slinging hero starring Andrew Garfield, and now we have Tom Holland in the iconic role. One of the main selling points of Spider-Man: No Way Home was getting the three iconic actors in one single movie, and of course, it had a worthy plot to live up to this idea.

The steady success of the new Spider-Man franchise starring Tom Holland in the lead role has made Sony fall in love with the actor. Just recently on 10 August, which is Peter Parker’s birthday, Sony indulged in some minute amount of banter with the actor of Mr. Parker.

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Who Knew That A Major Movie Studio Could Be Funny Too?

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Tom Holland (in the suit) on the set of Captain America: Civil War

The official Twitter account of Sony Pictures Entertainment has taken a liking to their major star Tom Holland, as they should since he’s probably the most popular Peter Parker ever (after which comes Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield), and what better occasion is out there than Spider-Man’s birthday to further deepen the bond between each other?

The major movie studio uploaded a video tweet on Peter Parker’s birthday where they wished him a very happy birthday in a comedic fashion.

 

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There’s a reason as to why Sony made the joke this way, which a normal person would be confused by because why would Sony not have any idea about who Peter Parker, the main character of its major Spider-Man movies, is?

 

!! Spoilers Ahead For Spider-Man: No Way Home !!

We’ll keep it short! In the latest addition to the Spider-Man movie series, Doctor Strange cast a spell where he made everyone, literally everyone, forget about the identity of Peter Parker, or that he even existed.

It’s honestly a very funny and clever dig at the general goofiness of the character, and Holland must’ve loved it, as much as Peter would have.

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The New Uncharted Movie Starring Tom Holland Is Racking In Huge Numbers On Netflix

Naughty Dog’s award-winning adventure video game series Uncharted is one of the most well-received games on the Sony PlayStation consoles, and rightly so due to its intriguing story, intimate voice acting, it’s gameplay mechanics and so much more.

It’s no surprise that Sony would eventually try to bring a live-action version of the movie to life since fans were also demanding it. And thus came Uncharted (2022), a live-action movie based on the game with the same name starring Tom Holland & Mark Wahlberg among others.

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Tom Holland as Nathan Drake in Uncharted (2022)

The movie was released theatrically on February 18 this year and became the fifth-highest-grossing video game film of all time. Now, just after a few days of being a new addition to Netflix’s collection of 1000+ movies, Uncharted has skyrocketed to the top of the streaming service’s charts and is enjoying tremendous success yet again.

Uncharted is currently streaming on Netflix.

Source: The Direct

 

Written by Sang Tonsing

Sang is working as a content writer for FandomWire. He has written over 100 articles for the entertainment website by reporting on the latest news in the pop culture industry- whether it be on the latest Marvel flick or a groundbreaking DC update. He has previously worked for LeftOye as a content writer too, working on over 150 articles. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Political Science at Delhi University