35 Amazing Details & Facts You Missed in Spider-Man: No Way Home

31Jon Watt's Spidey Trilogy

Spider-Man: No Way Home marks the first MCU trilogy to be directed by the same director; Jon Watts. All previous film franchises such as Iron Man, Avengers and Captain America had only two consistent directors throughout their respective trilogies.

32Tom's MCU Negotiation

Tom Holland helped to save Spider-Man: No Way Home from cancellation by forcing renegotiations between Sony and Disney. Under the terms of the new deal, not only does Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) still take place within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), but Spider-Man can also appear in future MCU movies, as well as Sony’s own Spider-Man franchise.

33Nicholas Hammond Cameo

Nicholas Hammond, who played Peter Parker/Spider-Man in "The Amazing Spider-Man" (1977) series, was considered for a tongue-in-cheek cameo role in Spider-Man: No Way Home, but the part was cut at the script stage due to concerns about the length of this film.

34No Good Deed

In Spider-Man: No Way Home, the Green Goblin mockingly delivers a speech to Peter about the nature of choice, much like he did to the Peter Parker of his own universe in Spider-Man. He also warns Peter “no good deed goes unpunished”, which is essentially the message of his “in spite of everything you've done...” lecture to his universe's Spidey.

35Harry Holland's Cameo

Tom Holland’s little brother Harry was supposed to cameo as a drug dealer in Spider-Man: No Way Home, much like he did in Cherry, but shortly before the film was released Tom revealed in an interview that the scene had been cut.


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