'Spider-Man: No Way Home' (2021)


Being the pretty girl from Sony Pictures, ‘Spider-Man’ deserves no less to celebrate his two decades of movies. With Tobey Maguire as a starting point, an actor who embodied the Spider-Man of the early 2000s; The aforementioned studio commemorates his long relationship with the beloved character currently brought to life by Tom Holland, and does so with a gift for fans: a spider documentary with new details about the saga that is now available for free on various platforms.

From the hand of new interviews with the creative leader of the marvelite adaptations, Amy Pascal; her partner in arms, the head of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, and statements from directors such as Jon Watts; ‘Spider-Man: All Roads Lead to No Way Home’ delves into the development of the films spearheaded by the beloved superhero. In addition, of course, this review also includes new statements from Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland.

“It’s very special for me as a fan”Garfield assures, while Pascal takes stock by stressing that upon reaching ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ it was great to make that nod to the whole hero journey. The team also highlights the work of each of the filmmakers who have contributed their vision to the franchise over these 20 years, Watts yes, but also Sam Raimi or Marc Webb. “I just love Spider-Man and wanted to do him justice”Watts adds. The villains also have their holeof course, with Alfred Molina, Willem Dafoe and Jamie Foxx.

Where can it be seen?

Spider-Man: All Roads Lead to No Way Home is available for free not only in the United States, but also in our country. The streaming platforms of Apple and Amazon have already made it available to fans. “From Sam Raimi’s original trilogy to Marc Webb’s jaw-dropping films and director Jon Watts’ latest trio, we will take viewers through the stars, the stunts and the action, the villains and the heroes and a tribute to Stan Leealong with some surprises”He says Prime Video in the description.

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For your part AppleTV encourages fans to wear their “Spider-Man’s favorite pajamas” to trace his career in the cinema with JB Smoove and Martin Starr as guides. What none of these platforms, nor Sony, specifies is whether in this arachnid trip a glimpse has been included of those deleted scenes that finally did not make room in the home edition.


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