The upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home sequel doesn’t need to be called “Spider-Man 3” or “Homecoming 3” anymore. After troubling us for several months, the official title of the threequel has been revealed. It’s needless to say that nobody could have predicted it. The film has been under production since late 2020, and this time, Marvel and Sony aren’t making us wait until the first trailer of Spider-Man 3 gets launched. As Holland’s Cherry is about to be released, we’ve been given the title of his next Spidey outing as well. Apparently, the film is called:
— Spider-Man: No Way Home (@SpiderManMovie) February 24, 2021
This situation is nothing like Avengers: Endgame where we kept screaming its title for months after Avengers: Infinity War and Marvel kept playing with us. We’re glad that this title has been outed well in advance. And, there’s “No Way” that anybody brought it “home!” For several months, we’ve been hearing titles like “Homeworlds,” “Homesick” and many others.
Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jacob Batalon recently teased us with three different titles. But none of them stuck! For some reason, WandaVision fans guessed it to be “HoMephisto!” But I’m glad that every one of these names was incorrect.
Ultimately, we’ve got something very unique in “No Way Home.”
The true significance of the title hasn’t been outed yet. The obvious interpretation is that Peter Parker will find it really tough to make his way back home. But I know for a fact that the title will be repeated several times by the viewers watching the film in theatres. That’s because Spider-Man: No Way Home is expected to be a multiverse story. Besides Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange, it is supposed to feature Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Men. And it is also supposed to have other surprising appearances which include Jamie Foxx’s Electro, Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock, Willem Dafoe’s Norman Osborn, Charlie Coxx’s Matt Murdock, and many others. So, the fan reaction to these appearances, and everything that will happen in the film is going to be like, “No Way!” Hence, the title seems quite fitting!
Spider-Man: No Way Home arrives in theatres this Christmas. What do you think about the new title? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section.