At the end of 2021, just before the release of “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, a video was already interested in the ravages of the multiverse. A hilarious concept through which different Peter Parkers die in horrific circumstances.
The superhero, Spider-Man, has been dominating the screens for 20 years
Last December, Jon Watts granted the wish of millions of fans. With Spider-Man: No Way Home, the director confronted the superhero played by Tom Holland with the dangers of the multiverse, following a disastrous spell by Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch). Peter Parker has thus crossed and confronted enemies from other dimensions and other sagas, including Norman Osborn (Willem Dafoe), Otto Octavius (Alfred Molina) and Electro (Jamie Foxx).
Peter Parker especially teamed up with his namesakes from parallel universes played by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, to the delight of the Weaver’s fans. This long-awaited association has unsurprisingly met with success in theaters. The film has almost reached 1.9 billion dollars at the worldwide box office, making it the biggest hit of 2021 by far.
It’s clear that the marriage between the three Spider-Men worked well in No Way Home, despite the heavy consequences for the character played by Tom Holland, a video looked at situations that could have gone wrong for the different Peter Parkers. A hilarious concept was posted on the YouTube channel Corridor a few days before the release of Jon Watts’ film.
The footage includes familiar scenes, such as the one in Spider-Man 2 where Spider-Man manages to stop a train, or the fatal fall of Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) in The Amazing Spider-Man: A Hero’s Fate. But each time, these scenes end in a much more violent way, with a particularly bloody death for poor Peter.
The executions are orchestrated by Mobius M. Mobius (Owen Wilson), the agent of the Anachronistic Variations Tribunal who appeared in Loki and is in charge of making the most incompetent Spider-Man disappear. The only survivor is the arrogant Peter Parker from Spider-Man 3, whose demonic dance is repeated in a slightly scabrous way.