Spider-Man: No Way Home is undoubtedly one of the most-anticipated projects in the Marvel Cinematic Universe right now. Tom Holland will be reprising his role as Peter Parker, entertaining us with his impeccable skills, acting, and gymnastics. Marvel initiated its Phase 4 with WandaVision, and it is heavily believed that the show will somehow lead into Spider-Man: No Way Home. Benedict Cumberbatch is set for a major cameo as Doctor Strange in the film. This confirms that Spider-Man 3 will also lead into Doctor Strange 2.
Holland has shot in various parts of the world to complete the production of No Way Home. It was all a part of the grueling schedule before the release date of December 17. Holland also revealed that he is going to take a break after Spider-Man: No Way Home, to recharge himself.
We all know how interconnected the MCU truly is. Let’s talk about the Sokovia Accords. They’ve been in existence for over 8 years in MCU time. According to the Accords, all ‘enhanced’ individuals and operatives of the Avengers are to comply with UN oversight. They were the main source of conflict in Captain America: Civil War. We know that the Accords were still active during Avengers: Infinity War, but not much was known of them in Avengers: Endgame. We didn’t even get an explanation for what happened to them during the Blip.
But after the blip, WandaVision proved that the Accords are still a thing. Although in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier episode 1, “New World Order”, it was hinted that the Sokovia Accords might be history now in the MCU. As we remember, Steve refused to sign them, so their inclusion in the exhibit could be just part of his story and no proof of their relevance. In Spider-Man: Far From Home, we saw that Peter’s identity was revealed to the world. But, his compliance with the Sokovia Accords is never explicitly shown in any of the MCU movies, and given the fact that the Accords dictated he would have to give the government details such as his secret identity and DNA, it can be presumed the legislation never got that far.
The end of Far From Home could leave Spider-Man as a war criminal because he acted on foreign soil despite the legislation stating heroes are not supposed to do that. Another factor is the multiverse that could rule out the Sokovia Accords. Dr. Strange is appearing in No Way Home, but the extent of his role remains unknown. We also know that Spider-Man: No Way Home will introduce multiverse threats, that will definitely put a nail in the coffin for Sokovia Accords.
Directed by Jon Watts, Spider-Man: No Way Home stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Marisa Tomei, Tony Revolori, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, and Benedict Cumberbatch. The film arrives in theaters on Dec. 17.
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