Spider-Man: No Way Home, nostalgia and action in the crudest version of Tom Holland as Spiderman
After months of countless speculation, rumors, leaks, and a lot of theories, Spider-Man: No Way Home premiered in the United States to continue one of the most controversial and intriguing endings that the MCU has given us. After the events of Avengers: Endgame, it was Spider-Man who was in charge of ending the Infinity Saga with an epilogue that divided opinions, but quickly positioned itself as one of the arachnid's highest-grossing films; to the point where Sony Pictures almost abandoned its deal with Marvel to continue the stories starring Tom Holland independently. The latter had to mediate between the two producers to stay in the same universe as The Avengers. And after that, the pandemic hit the world, and the expected closing of the trilogy went on hiatus, was delayed, and reconfigured to give way (now) to the true multiverse, after a year in which Marvel heroes made and unmade reality and played with timelines, Peter Parker's turn to learn the actual consequences of altering the fabric of the universe.