A report from The Cosmic Wonder claims that a Spider-Man: No Way Home scene reveals how Peter got his black and golden suit. With the way things are going right now, No Way Home has a lot more hype than any MCU movie, and we’re taking Avengers: Endgame into account. This could be Tom Holland’s last outing as Peter Parker as well. However, fans are left wondering about the origins of Spidey’s new black and golden suit. Well, guess what? We have the scene details for you. Check it out below.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Black-Golden Suit Details
One thing is for sure and that is Marvel Studios is not giving away the official look of this suit this soon. We have seen it before in Pop figures, and that’s it. Now, we are closer to knowing how this suit came into being. Warren Thompson from The Cosmic Wonder has recently revealed that his source, by Twitter user @taranstingvfx, has given him the details of this particular scene. So, if you’re wondering how Peter gets this uber-cool suit, check it out below.
The scene involves Peter confronting a bank robber (Tom Holland‘s brother Harry Holland). Previously, Holland had confirmed his brother’s involvement in the film. In this scene, the robber (Harry) tries to a bank. But just then, Spidey comes in and saves the day. he then goes on to web up the robber on the sidewalk and hangs him upside down.
However, one must remember that the scene comes at a time when Peter is still divided in the eyes of law. Suddenly, a Mysterio supporter comes and throws green paint at Peter which permanently stains his suit. Now, the black and red suit that we saw in Far From Home is nowhere present. Following this, Peter wears the suit inside out which reveals the black and golden look.
Black/Golden Suit Is The Same As Black/Red Suit
Now, if you look closely, then both the suits are the same. This further provides credibility to this recent report because this kills the rumor that Peter will design an entirely new suit. The reason why it might look a little different to some is because of the difference in outlining which serves the purpose of modification and upgrades.
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