11 crossovers we wish Spider-Man: No Way Home would bring to the MCU

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Despite months of denials from Tom Holland and just about anyone who has come within 100 feet of Marvel film or television production over the past two decades, it’s likely at least what we’ll see. the amazing Spider Man star Andrew Garfield and his Spider Man Predecessor Tobey Maguire Appears in December as His Versions of Peter Parker Spider-Man: No Way Home, At least, we know that Holland’s Parker will face Spider-Man villains from various universes, including Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus and Jamie Foxx’s Electro.

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during the most recent Spider-Man: No Way Home In the trailer, Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange warns: “They’re starting to come — and I can’t stop them,” which likely refers to more characters from Marvel’s multiverse.

With that cryptic tease in mind, we thought it might be fun to offer up our wish lists for other universes and character crossovers that we’d love to see clashing with the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Spider-Man: No Way Home, And since there’s already been a lot of speculation over the Spider-Man franchise and recent spinoffs, we’ll leave Tom Hardy’s Venom, along with Toby and Andrew, and think a little outside the web.

Wesley Snapes as Vampire Hunter Blade.

Wesley Snipes’ Blade


Oscar winner Mahershala Ali will play Marvel’s favorite vampire hunter in the upcoming reboot of the cinematic Blade franchise. But before the MCU – in fact, even before Sam Raimi Spider Man or Bryan Singers X Men – was 1998 blade, with Wesley Snipes as the man named Dewalking Human/Vampire Hybrid. While Snipes has been transformed into Blade, with some of the famous de-aging techniques Marvel has used with surprising success in the past, making an amazing cameo in one of the most badass superheroes to ever appear on screen. could no way home,

A crossover like this would also be fitting, as it wouldn’t be the first time Snipes has traversed narrative universes in the form of Blades. He made a videoconferencing cameo in Season 1. what do we do in the shadows As part of an all-star vampire council filled with actors reprising previous vampire roles such as Danny Trejo (evening to morning), Tilda Swinton (only lovers Left Alive), and Paul Rubens (vampire slayer,

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Blade (1998)





horror, action


Wesley Snipes, Stephen Dorff, Kris Kristofferson

the director

Stephen Norrington


Alternative Versions of Spider-Man from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

first spider-verse traveler

Earlier Spider-Man: No Way Home was on the horizon, another group of alternate spideies from the multiverse gathered in 2018 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, With characters such as Miles Morales, Spider-Ham, and Spider-Gwen introduced to the big screen, the film paid tribute to all other types of Spider-Man media, as well as to the live-action films before it. it would be great if no way home will return the favor.

Granted, putting the cartoon characters next to the live-action ones. who Framed Roger Rabbit Could easily have straddled the thin line between mind-blowing and absurd, but it could be worth the risk.

Lou Ferrigno as the Incredible Hulk.

original live-action light

Sadly, the late Bill Bixby isn’t there to make a cameo in the MCU, but Lou Ferrigno—who played David Banner’s alter ego on CBS the incredible Hulk The series and subsequent TV movies – are still around. He had a security guard cameo in 2003 big ship, of 2008 the incredible Hulk, and even voiced Green Goliath for 2012 avengers, But with Marvel’s multiverse front and center, why not make him a cameo as the live-action Hulk who’s famously threw a bear And later humble thor By leisurely jogging towards him?

Actually, giving Ferrigno a cameo Spider-Man: No Way Home May help in resolving disputes. ex pro body builder lately cast shadow In the so-called “Professor” Hulk of 2019 avengers: endgame, Maybe give both characters a cameo no way home And let them “discuss” things.

Jean Grey, Nightcrawler, and Cyclops in X-Men: Apocalypse.

Fox’s X-Men

Ever since it was announced that Disney was acquiring Fox, fans have been desperate to know when the all-warring clan of Marvel’s mutants will finally be coming to the MCU. Hardly a Marvel project can come and go without rumors that it will finally be the one to introduce Professor X and his acolytes to the narrative. so why waste no way home,

it would probably be best not to make no way home The movie that introduces the X-Men to the MCU in the sense that it establishes their presence in the narrative, but a few brief glimpses of their reality would be nice. Maybe a shot of Kelsey Grammer’s Beast or, dare we say it, a cameo by Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. It makes sense since a shot from the latest no way home The trailer—showing waves of energy explosion from the Statue of Liberty—seems to be a direct homage to the 2000s X Men,

X-Men (2000)

X Men


Adventure, Action, Science Fiction


Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen;

the director

Bryan Singer


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