BossLogic has released a new poster for Spider-Man: There’s no turning back, which will make Marvel fans very happy. The artist’s new work includes several references to the past, as well as a lengthy rant about bringing the Sinister Six to the big screen. It’s not clear if this is the scenario Sony and Marvel Studios want to put down. The two studios are not giving any details about the upcoming sequel, leaving fans to guess what will happen.
Octopus, Electro, Morbius, Mysterio, Vulture and Green Goblin are all included in the latest version of BossLogic Spider-Man: Poster No Way Home. Alfred Molina has confirmed his return as Dr. Octopus in the sequel. The studios decided to use digital technology to bring it down with age. Jamie Foxx also confirmed, and then denied, that he would return as Electro. There’s no word yet on what other villains will come after Tom Holland’s Peter Parker, but fans expect Jared Leto’s Morbius to be featured at some point.
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Another poster for Spider-Man: No Way Home, BossLogic shows the same Sinister Six setup from a different angle, along with what looks like a shoe from Miles Morales. The second part of the poster shows Mahershala Ali’s blade staring at Peter Parker. Finally, another poster for the highly anticipated sequel takes the traditional Spider-Man logo and spices it up with the Hydra symbol, which is likely a reference to Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
In addition to the references to the Sinister Six, BossLogic is addressing a fan rumor by including a reference to Tobey Maguire’s version of Spider-Man. Sony and Marvel Studios have also not confirmed that Andrew Garfield and Maguire will appear in Spider-Man: There’s no turning back, but many believe there will be live action in the Spider-Verse. Whether the story will connect the Sinister Sisters to the Spider-Verse is not yet known, but the plot of the sequel seems to have a lot going for it, with many hints at the past.
In addition to the aforementioned villains, it’s officially been confirmed that Tom Holland’s Peter Parker will get help from Benedict Cumberbatch’s Dr. Strange, but there’s no word yet on whether Elizabeth Olsen will appear as Scarlett the Witch. Olsen and Cumberbatch both just finished filming the highly anticipated Doctor Strange in Multiverse Madness, in which Scarlett Witch meets Doctor Stephen Strange. Marvel Studios and Sony are juggling a lot of things with Spider-Man: There is no turning back, so it will be interesting to see where it all ends.
Jacob Batalon has confirmed his return as Ned Leeds in Spider-Man: There’s no turning back. However, due to the actor’s drastic weight loss and workout regime, some Marvel fans were under the impression that he would be taking on the role of the supervillain Gobgoblin. Again, this is yet another rumor about the film’s sequel, about which there seems to be a plethora of crazy rumors circulating at the moment. For now, we’ll just have to wait and see which way Sony and Marvel Studios go together. While we wait to find out, you can check out the unofficial poster for Spider-Man: No Way Home is online, thanks to the official BossLogic Twitter account. You can check out the rest of the new posters below.
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