Spider-Man: No Way Home is now swinging into theaters, and the overwhelmingly positive reactions from fans and critics suggest that the movie lived up to the hype. Directed by Jon Watts, the MCU threequel brings back Tom Holland's web-slinger for another adventure, but this one is on a whole different level thanks to the Multiverse's involvement.
Holland is joined by a stacked ensemble in No Way Home. Aside from franchise mainstays like Zendaya and Jacob Batalon as MJ and Ned Leeds, the film also includes actors from previous Spider-Man movies like Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus, Jamie Foxx as Electro, and Willem Dafoe as Green Goblin.
In the months leading to its premiere, No Way Home has been a key topic of discussion among fans due to the different rumors and leaks attached to it. One of the unexpected leaks from the movie was its full soundtrack, giving fans a peek of what the story will be about and some spoiler-heavy inclusions.
Now, after a record-breaking box office opening, the film's soundtrack has been officially unveiled.
Every Spider-Man: No Way Home Song on Soundtrack
Warning: The rest of this article contains spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home.
After first mistakenly revealing "Arachnoverture" a week early on December 9, Spider-Man: No Way Home composer Michael Giacchino officially unveiled the full tracklist of the MCU threequel's soundtrack on various music platforms.
The soundtrack has a total of 23 songs, featuring titles such as "No Good Deed," "Exit Through the Lobby," "A Doom with A View," and "Spider Baiting."
The full tracklist can be viewed below:
- Intro to Fake News
- World's Worts Friendly Neighbor
- Damage Control
- Being a Spider Bites
- Gone in a Flash
- All Spell Breaks Loose
- Otto Trouble
- Ghost Fighter in the Sky/ Beach Blanket Bro Down
- Strange Bedfellows
- Sling vs. Bling
- Octo Gone
- No Good Deed
- Exit Through the Lobby
- A Doom With a View
- Spider Baiting
- Liberty Parlance
- Monster Smash
- Arc Reactor
- Shield of Pain
- Goblin His Inner Demons
- Forget Me Knots
- Peter Parker Picked a Perilously Precarious Profession
Fans can listen to "Shield of Pain," a track which features nods to Tobey Maguire's Marvel trilogy and Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man movies, below:
No Way Home's Soundtrack and its Spoilers (Explained)
Spider-Man: No Way Home is filled with exciting character interactions, unexpected cameos, and an emotional storyline. Still, the experience wouldn't be complete without its impressive soundtrack from Michael Giacchino, and this latest release should serve as a fitting reminder of his musical triumph in the movie.
For those fans who are yet to see the movie, many would agree that it's best for them to not take a peek at the full tracklist as it gives a hint of some spoiler-heavy details. For example, the track called "Octo Gone" is a direct reference to Octavius being cured by Holland's Peter in the movie while "Forget Me Knots" is a nod to the film's ending where everyone forgets about the titular's web-slinger's alter-ego.
On the flip side, there are track titles that raised more questions than answers. Examples of those more mysterious ones include "Monster Smash" and "Liberty Parlance." The Smash-related title could allude to a potential Hulk sighting, but this is almost certainly referencing Rhys Ifans' Lizard.
Interestingly, some titles don't offer spoiler-heavy details, but those who have already seen the film should instantly recognize the story beat. "Exit Through the Lobby" played throughout May's death in the film, and Giacchino successfully hid the spoiler through this simple title.
All in all, this cements the fact that Giacchino is not just an expert in crafting cathartic scores for movies, but he also creates intrigue surrounding the titles of his tracks.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is now playing in most countries worldwide.