15 Facts About the 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' We Didn't Get
Today was Spider-Man: No Way Home’s original release date and that changed, but what’s new for this movie? Movies are big, huge moving things with a lot of fragile pieces, and sometimes they break, and always they change, and that includes the biggest and best movies too. Spider-Man: No Way Home, the final film in the Tom Holland trilogy, changed dozens of times before we finally got the somewhat self-indulgent, very fun movie that a lot of people love and everyone else seems vaguely meh about.
The easter egg-filled film took so much time to make, it’s no surprise that the film changed as much as it did. Throughout though, the film always had one common element – make Parker suffer and change everything.
From different villains to entirely different storylines, here are some interesting ways that No Way Home changed during its production -- production time spent mostly on rewriting and reworking the script on a daily basis, so time for lots and lots of changes…