A Spider-Man: No Way Home fan poster imagines Peter Parker watching Wanda’s Hex consume the world. After Tom Holland and his Spider-Man 3 co-stars trolled fans with three fake titles, No Way Home was announced as the movie’s official subtitle. With that announcement, a new wave of speculation has consumed the internet’s search for any clues as to what it could mean for the film. By now, just about every person who has starred in a Spider-Man film at some point over the past two decades has been rumored to be appearing in the third Holland-led film.
One of the ways to make that possible would be through the Multiverse and WandaVision, Marvel’s inaugural streaming series, which looks set to introduce multiple worlds to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The series will also lead directly into Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness which will be a follow-up of sorts to Spider-Man: No Way Home. The tangled web of interconnected films and series certainly indicates Wanda’s Hex could become a prominent force in Phase 4 and a fan poster posits that it could potentially take over the world.
BossLogic created a poster for Spider-Man: No Way Home that shows Wanda’s Hex consuming the world. In the poster, Peter Parker is standing on top of a S.W.O.R.D. logo that is likely part of some space ship. Peter is in his Spider-Man suit with the mask taken off as he watches the now familiar red powers of Scarlet Witch sweep over the world. Check out the full poster below:
Viewers have already seen Wanda expand the Hex surrounding Westview once before. When Vision tries to escape the suburb to see what’s outside of the Hex, Wanda expands it to make sure he doesn’t die. With the WandaVision finale set to see the titular couple fight alongside their children to save Westview, it’s possible Wanda could find herself losing control and accidentally spreading the Hex around the world. That’s where Spider-Man and Doctor Strange could come in.
Spider-Man 3 will see Doctor Strange replace Tony Stark as a mentor of sorts to Peter Parker and, with the Sorcerer Supreme’s particular skill set, he’d be just the person to help Peter navigate a world turned upside down. It remains to be seen just how much Spider-Man: No Way Home will incorporate the Multiverse, considering it does have a lot of loose ends to tie up from the previous film. No matter what happens, though, Peter Parker will have a lot to contend with when the film swings into theaters this December.
Source: Boss Logic