After taking a look at the new official photo of Spider-Man No Way Home, in which Tom Holland's Peter Parker battles Alfred Molina's Doctor Octopus, let's try to answer a nagging question from fans: what are the Multiverses of the Spider saga -Man?
As it is now well known, in fact, No Way Home will put Spider-Man in front of the dangers of the Multiverse, with numerous characters from different alternate realities will collide within the Marvel Cinematic Universe: but exactly how many universes of Spider-Man exist for Sony right now? Amy Pascal tried to answer in a recent promotional interview with Fandango:
"There's the Marvel universe, then there are the animated Spider-Verse movies, and finally there's the other universe where all the Sony characters are, like Venom, Morbius and Kraven. We are very respectful of the differences. canons of each universe and we all work together as one team despite different needs. I think in the future we will have many opportunities to explore those worlds because it is a very interesting strategy. Parallel universes create many stories that are worth telling, and not necessarily every single film will have to refer to the Multiverse: these parallel realities simply exist independently of each other, and sometimes they can meet. "
So, in summary, for Sony at the moment, there are three 'big narrative universes', the MCU, the animated Spider-Verse, and the Sony universe of Venom and Morbius: so why Michael Keaton appears in the trailer of the film with Jared Leto? From which universe will the many characters that fans will see in No Way Home come from? Questions for which at the moment there would not seem to be a dry answer, and the hope for fans is that the next film in the saga with Tom Holland can finally get to clarity. But in the meantime, tell us what you think in the comments section! Meanwhile, read Kirsten Dunst's recent statements about Mary Jane's return.