Last December’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was a real treat for fans who had been waiting to see various different versions of Spider-Man come together on the big screen. Still, we all want to see the concept brought into live-action, too. The great thing about there being three actors to play the webhead over the past two decades is that they can definitely team-up in some massive crossover event. And if it happens, it may just look something like this.
Fan artist Spdrmnkyxxiii has created a cool mock-poster for a live-action Spider-Verse movie that unites Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. The trio of wall-crawlers are depicted on a water tower in New York while a helicopter searches for them overhead.
Check it out for yourself below:
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Note the easter eggs in the background: the poster of Miles Morales on the right and the news story saying Spidey has been found dead (referencing a plot point from the animated film) underneath a snap of Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio. The fact that the Spideys appear to be on the run might also be a nod to the shocking post-credits scene of Spider-Man: Far From Home.
If you’ll recall, the mid-credits sequence sees Peter Parker’s life devolve into chaos when Mysterio posthumously frames him with claims that Spider-Man orchestrated an attack on London. What’s more, the villain outs the teen hero’s secret identity to the world. Maybe Holland’s Spidey does need some help from other dimensions to get him out of this one?
In any case, Tom Holland himself would definitely be up for it, as he’s already said how much he’d enjoying making a Spider-Verse film with his predecessors in the role. FFH didn’t open up the doors to the multiverse as we thought it was going to, but there’s still every chance Mysterio might not have made up the idea entirely.