Who Brutally Destroyed Peter Lagacy and viscerally?


Although the fight scenes in Holland’s previous films have been thrilling, one could argue that they’ve never quite felt as real and visceral as the fight scenes in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy. Spider-Man’s final fight with Green Goblin at the end of the original 2002 film, for example, is a surprisingly brutal and visceral encounter. Since it’s been hinted that Green Goblin will appear in No Way Home, perhaps Watts has taken inspiration from that encounter in terms of how he’s approached Holland’s fight with that same villain in his movie.

With Watts likely going for a big, emotional final installment to his trilogy, it makes sense that the fight scenes will be approached a little differently. By making the fight scenes more intimate with more hand-to-hand, it’s easier, from a filmmaking perspective, to draw more emotion out of those moments and to really sell the personal nature of a conflict. While many details about No Way Home are still unknown, it seems like fans are certainly in for a treat when it comes to the action sequences and Spider-Man’s inevitable showdowns with an array of fan-favorite villain characters. Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to release later this year on December 17th.

So, together with long-time collaborators, writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, the Russos started work on Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. While tackling the projects was a great opportunity, it also came with immense pressure, especially after the MCU’s decent track record. Ultimately, they delivered on that, as well. Therefore, it’s no wonder that when news broke out that they are currently in talks to return to the franchise, fans were excited. It was, however, derailed by Scarlett Johansson’s lawsuit against Disney regarding Black Widow’s same-day release in theaters and Disney+.


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