It’s now being rumoured that a certain character could end up dying in the upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home movie, and it would be a hard one to take.
This rumour comes to us from our good friends at Geekosity, and I think you should get the tissues ready now because this report will make you cry a bit.
Before I continue, I must warn you that there are potential SPOILERS in this article for Spider-Man: No Way Home.
You’ve been warned.
WARNING: POTENTIAL SPOILERS FOR SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME
Right, you can’t say I didn’t give you ample warning beforehand.
So, according to Mikey Sutton over at Geekosity, he’s hearing that the upcoming Spider-Man movie could see Aunt May die!
I know! That would be terrible!
You can’t kill off Marisa Tomei’s Aunt May, but it looks like this could be happening.
We haven’t seen Tom Holland’s Peter Parker lose anybody yet.
We didn’t see Uncle Ben’s death, and at this point, it would serve no point going back to that moment.
What would make much more sense and deliver a more brutal gut punch to us the viewers, and maybe even Peter, is if Aunt May were to die in this movie.
Spider-Man: Now Way Home might be a tough movie for Peter Parker
Now, I am not sure if I nor Peter could carry on in an MCU world in which we no longer have Marisa Tomei as Aunt May.
That would be such a difficult thing for Peter to deal with.
It might also explain why Peter might want to go into the multiverse.
He might be desperately looking for a way to bring Aunt May back.
And, after Alfred Molina’s recent comments, I wonder whether May might die at the hands – or arms – of Doc Ock.
That would be an interesting twist, and would definitely make Peter angry and desperate.
What do you make of this news?
Would you like to see this happen in Spider-Man: No Way Home, or do you think it would be too hard to handle?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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