Newly unveiled official artwork for Spider-Man: No Way Home reveals a change to Spidey’s costume fans may have missed in theaters.
New official artwork for Spider-Man: No Way Home offers fans a look at a major change to Peter Parker’s new costume they might not have been able to spot in theaters.
“The new Spider-Man suit from Spider-Man: No Way Home,” artist Rob Brunette wrote on Instagram to accompany photos showing the new suit, which features a gold chest emblem. “This illustration is used for official Marvel merchandise material and consumer products. This is my final illustration from the No Way Home project. I absolutely loved this ending scene and the beautiful design of this new suit. It was such an honor to have the opportunity to work on all three Spideys for this film. I’m still processing it all but I hope you enjoy these images. This really meant a lot to me.”
Spider-Man: No Way Home features Tom Holland’s Peter Parker uniting with the versions of the character played by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield after accidentally bringing Alfred Molina’s Dr. Otto Octavius/Doctor Octopus, Willem Dafoe’s Norman Osborn/Green Goblin, Jamie Foxx’s Max Dillon/Electro, Thomas Haden Church’s Flint Marko/Sandman and Rhys Ifans’ Dr. Curt Conners/Lizard into his universe. With the help of Doctor Strange, he’s eventually able to send the villains back to their respective realms, but it comes at a cost, as the memory of Peter Parker is erased from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film ends with Peter moving into a rundown apartment in New York City and making his own Spider-Man suit, which utilizes a much more comics-accurate color scheme and overall design.
For the film’s screenwriters, No Way Home was designed to serve as a potential fitting conclusion to Holland’s tenure as Spider-Man. “I think we’re always trying to tell an organic story with Tom Holland’s Peter Parker, knowing that we can’t be relating on anything else other than he’s got to go his own way at the end of this movie, each movie,” co-writer Chris McKenna said. “I think it’s been incredible, we’ve been a part of this collaboration with Sony and Marvel Studios, and Amy [Pascal] and Kevin [Feige]. I think we always know that it’s total hubris to think, ‘Oh, we’re going to end with a certain cliffhanger that will require things that we can’t depend on.'”
Spider-Man: No Way Home is now on Digital. The film arrives on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD April 12.
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