Currently showing, Spider-Man: No Way Home has some big surprises in store for viewers. However, for the writers of the film, it was not a question of falling into the easy “fan service” as they recently explained.
Warning, this article contains SPOILERS on Spider-Man: No Way Home!
Present on the new Spider-Man trilogy since the first episode, screenwriters Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers faced a whole new challenge for No Way Home: integrating characters from previous versions and putting them in situations reminiscent of their scenes. most iconic past.
But there was no question for them to write sequences for the sole purpose of making Marvel fans happy. Everything they wrote – from the appearance of mythical villains such as the Green Goblin or Doctor Octopus to the intervention of the old Spider-Man – had to fit into the story of Peter Parker (Tom Holland), without being strength. This is what they explained in an interview with DiscussingFilm :
It’s a balancing act because we love the previous films, the ones by Sam Raimi and Marc Webb, and we want to honor them and make the fans happy. But you don’t want to be lazy fan service for the fun of it, because that will ring a bell at some point.
And to continue: “It’s about finding a balance and each time you have to think about the story. So, if you really want to hear this villain say the phrase he said in that other movie, you can’t be guided by that urge to find a time for it.
If you go after that moment and spend that whole time in it, you’re going to end up writing a scene that maybe doesn’t even need to be in the movie. You just have to stay focused on the story of Peter Parker and hope to find opportunities for these moments.”
We worked with a lot of smart, talented people, and we looked at those moments over and over again, crafting things and trying to find those moments where we could include this stuff in a way that felt organic. We weren’t doing it just for fun.
A bet more than successful because the fans responded present all over the world to come and discover Spider-Man: No Way Home, which has already exceeded one billion dollars at the box office.
And if the writers were careful not to provide free fan service, the scenes where the protagonists of the old feature films appear still delighted the spectators as evidenced by the explosions of joy filmed in the cinemas!
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