The Spider-Man: No Way Home premiere is next Monday, at which point the reviews for this year’s most anticipated movie will come out. A few days after that, you’ll be able to see No Way Home in a theater near you, provided you scored a ticket. Most Spider-Man fans dying to see the movie right away probably know the film’s big spoiler, as it’s leaked everywhere. Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire, and Andrew Garfield will play their respective Spider-Man variants in the movie. On top of that, we’ll get a few huge MCU cameos along the way. It’s one thing to be aware of this significant plot detail and quite another to know the full No Way Home plot beforehand.
We’ve covered plenty of No Way Home spoilers so far, including a few of the film’s pivotal moments and the post-credits scenes. And we looked at early plot leaks for the movie. But the movie’s plot might have leaked in full. If what follows is accurate, we know everything that happens in No Way Home. Make sure you avoid the spoilers below if you don’t want more Spider-Man surprises to be ruined.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will be the first and only MCU film to premiere in China this year. Black Widow, Shang-Chi, and Eternals did not get theatrical releases in one of the world’s biggest movie markets. This detail is important because the full No Way Home plot leak comes from China.
As with any product leak or movie spoiler, there’s no way to confirm these details for the time being. But some of the plot details you’ll see below match previous leaks. That’s either a confirmation that previous leaks were accurate, or the person who posted this account of events just took advantage of the existing leaks to make their full plot leak more believable.
Some of the recent No Way Home leaks told us that Ned (Jacob Batalon) will play a key role in the movie. The full plot leak from China gives us more details about Ned’s mission.
The battle between Tom Holland’s Peter and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) will not have the winner we thought. Peter wins, grabbing the cube and stealing Strange’s Sling Ring in the process.
Ned gets that ring, and he will use it to locate the alternate Spider-Man variants. Ned and MJ (Zendaya) get separated from Peter, and that’s how they use the ring. They say, “Let Me find Peter Parker,” and then a portal opens showing a hooded person. This is Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker, who has to prove to them he’s Spider-Man by climbing walls. Ned tries again, and the Sling Ring gives him Tobey Maguire’s Peter in casual clothes.