Fans have been very confused about the Spider-Man franchise because of the way the studios are actually handling the characters. Marvel actually took the character of Spider-Man and made a rather exciting franchise with it as we saw with Tom Holland. At the same time, Sony started working on their own movies that are based around the Spider-Man character. The trailer for one of these movies, Morbius featured something that actually had fans confused about the franchise and the way the characters were working out between the studios. There has been no clear explanation for this confusion and fans were expecting the Spider-Man movies will actually give some answer to this confusion. The latest entry in the Spider-Man franchise, Spider-Man: No Way Home has not been able to give a clear answer regarding the Morbius mystery.
Botching Up Spell in No Way Home
Fans had been expecting that Spider-Man: No Way Home will actually be able to give us some answer towards the MCU and Sony Universe coming together. Fans have been witnessing various events take place in both the universe with some shared projects. Spider-Man: No Way Home has various past characters and recent characters from the Sony world appear in the MCU. But this was then called to be because of the botched-up spell that Doctor Strange was trying to go through with in order to make the world forget about Spider-Man’s true identity. The botching of the spell causes everyone in the multiverse who knows Spider-Man’s true identity start to appear in the MCU.
This allows us to witness multiple villains from across the multiverse start showing up in the MCU. We also get to see some other interesting characters appear in the MCU that include the other two Spider-Men from the past films. Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s characters qualify on the basis of being aware of Spider-Man’s identity. But this actually gives us an idea that multiverses have certain similarities and parallels that might allow for some unique things to be absolutely identical.
Venom in No Way Home
Fans were left wondering that Venom going over to the MCU could actually be the answer to some questions that were left for us to wonder about in the movie. The Sony world of characters was under development with the Marvel Spider-Man movies. This allowed fans to see two Venom movies with the final one actually indicating that the character got into the MCU. But this teleportation was explained by the fact that Venom might have known about Peter Parker being Spider-Man.
Adrian Toomes in Morbius
Fans were absolutely bewildered upon seeing Michael Keaton’s Adrian Toomes appearing in the trailer for Morbius. Morbius is going to be another character who would be a part of the Sony world of MCU characters. The second trailer actually saw Toomes being in the same place we had seen him last in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Homecoming is the very movie where Toomes made his first appearance in the franchise. This was not addressed in the No Way Home as to how the character who was in the MCU ended up being in the Sony franchise.
There is a possibility that this Adrian Toomes is actually a variant of the one that we got to witness in the MCU. This makes things more fun considering Homecoming saw him making a team of his own and thus we might expect him to do something similar here too. Michael Keaton talked about shooting for the role of Vulture last month during an interview. He did not specify the project but this might mean that the variant Adrian Toomes is actually forming a group of villains he has met in the prison. This actually makes things more exciting for the upcoming Spider-Man trilogy.
Spider-Man: No Way Home stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Tony Revolori, Martin Starr, J.B. Smoove, Marisa Tomei, J.K. Simmons, Jon Favreau, Alfred Molina, Jamie Foxx, Rhys Ifans, Thomas Haden Church and the previous two Spider-Men.