Erik Sommers and Chris McKenna led the script which saw J.K. Simmons‘ character J. Jonah Jameson out Peter Parker, played by Tom Holland, as Spider-Man. Mysterio, who was the villain in Far From Home, framed Spider-Man as a murderer and Peter, M.J. (Zendaya) and Ned (Jacob Batalon) are all rejected from the prestigious M.I.T. due to their association with Spider-Man. Peter later reaches out to Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) in hopes he can cast a spell and makes sure that everyone will forget that he is Spider-Man. However, the spell went wrong and attracted other villains from the previous Spider-Man trilogies, which later brought Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s respective “Peters” to Holland’s universe.
The film is officially the highest-grossing movie at the box office since 2019, surpassing Titanic in the all-time global top 10 list. Deadline has received the entire script for the incredibly successful “Spider-Man: No Way Home film. To ensure further secrecy as Marvel often demands of its franchises, the script was titled Serenity Now and served as a decoy. To read the full script, check it out here.
In other Spider-Man: No Way Home news, Sam Raimi speaks on the film and provides an update on Doctor Strange 2.