When the post-credits scene for Spider-Man: Far From Home finished, fans were blown away; the franchise was in a spot that it had never been in before. The world now knows Peter Parker’s identity as the wall-crawler.
Not only that but the Friendly Neighborhood hero has been framed for murder. The stinger could easily rank as one of the biggest MCU moments of all time, probably even across the entire Spider-Man franchise.
Never before has the world known Peter’s secret, and the pressure that will be put on Spidey is undoubtedly going to make for an intense journey.
Given the unique situation, fans are likely to see the cast of characters in a completely new light. On top of the identity crisis, add on the Multiverse breaking apart and half a dozen villains targeting Spider-Man, and it would be an absolute miracle if Peter didn’t break halfway through the movie.
In an interview with Comic Book Resources, the cast of Spider-Man: No Way Home discussed what they were able to do with their characters this time around that they hadn’t done before.
According to Zendaya, the film shows “so many more sides of Peter” and how all the characters “deal with different kinds of pressure:”
Tom Holland also teased that No Way Home shows “Peter Parker’s ability to be bad” and mentioned how “something happens in this film which [he] think[s] fans will be very shocked by:”