‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’: How was the big surprise of the Marvel movie organized?

In order for the film to have a great effect on viewers, the studio has been connecting the dots for years.

Watch out, SPOILERS! Don’t read on if you haven’t seen ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

With great power comes great responsibility. Especially if you are Marvel and have a release schedule full of surprises. Kevin Feige’s team is unique in intertwining the stories and characters of its dozens of films, but in Spider-Man: No Way Home has managed to raise the level. He has opened up the multiverse and has let the three actors who have played Spider-Man see each other’s faces. Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire have fought together, to the enjoyment of all the fans.

Having all three available to shoot the film should not have been easy at all. It must be borne in mind that, in addition, the film draws on many old acquaintances, such as Willem Dafoe (Green Goblin), Jamie Foxx (Electro) or Alfred Molina (Doctor Octopus). Finding the right way to bring them back and generating a great surprise in the audience has been a real headache for the company, but they have succeeded.

Knowing all the details of how the great film surprise of the year was forged is impossible, but recently, Kevin Feige has declared to New York Times how he contacted Garfield and Maguire. “-‘Hi, we have an idea, would you like to participate in the movie? ‘ -‘Yes cool! Can I read the script? ‘ -‘No”.

Just as they were excited to be involved in the project, they wanted to know what their work was going to consist of. Something not far-fetched, right? But working at Marvel has those characteristics, that secrets and secrecy are the order of the day. As Feige acknowledges, The “hardest” part was keeping the actors interested in the production without them knowing anything about what was going to happen.. “This is where Amy Pascal, who calls anyone at any time, is a wonderful producer and has done everything possible,” says Feige.

How were Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire hiding on the set of ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’?

Pascal has revealed what he told them to stay on board.

That they weren’t money-making cameos, that they were real roles. That I was with them the first time and that I would be again. That I have a lot of respect for them and for all the work we have done together over the years

Amy Pascal has been a producer for Sony Pictures Entertainment since 2006 and has been behind a long number of series. In addition to Spider-Man, he has also collaborated on the James Bond films, the franchise of The Da Vinci Code Y Hotel Transilvania. The great American scam, Moneyball Y The social network they are also part of his filmography. Since 2015 he runs his own company, Pascal Pictures. Ultimately, she’s an industry veteran, so Maguire and Garfield must have thought that if she asked for their trust, it wouldn’t hurt to let go.

They must be very happy to have trusted Amy Pascal. Spider-Man: No Way Home It has become the first post-pandemic film to exceed 1,000 million in gross. In fact, it is the third film in history that has managed to reach that figure the fastest. It only took 12 days to do so, placing itself very close to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but below Avengers: Infinity War Y Endgame, which did so in 11 and 5 days, respectively.

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