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New Spider-Man Concept Art Shows Tobey, Andrew & Tom's Heroes Swinging Together

Spider-Man, Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield
By Richard Nebens

Spider-Man: No Way Home continues making a name for itself as the movie event of a generation. Now nominated for an Oscar award and still climbing the all-time box office charts, fans and critics simply can't get enough of the MCU threequel. Bringing together heroes and villains from Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire's universes will do that.

Coming up on nearly two months since No Way Home was released, viewers are getting regular updates and insight into how this massive threequel became a reality.

The focus of many of those chats has rightfully centered on the team-up between the three cinematic Spider-Men, which was the hottest topic in the entertainment industry for a long time. The actors themselves even realized how monumental the moment was, as they've shared various stories about the experience in interviews since they web-swung on screen together.

Following No Way Home's debut, numerous pieces of concept art have teased some of the early ideas Sony and Marvel had for how exactly to bring the trio into the final fight alongside one another. Another look at that iconic moment has just arrived in a new piece of art, as has a look into some of the threequel's more magical elements.

Spider-Men Swinging in No Way Home Concept Art

Spider-Man: No Way Home concept artist Marek Okon took to Twitter to share three new pieces of concept art detailing big moments from the MCU outing. Included in these images are looks at action from the Mirror Dimension and the scene featuring all three Spider-Men swinging together.

Part of the Mirror Dimension fight between Doctor Strange and Spider-Men showed the streets of New York City being warped and changed due to Strange's mastery of magic. The environment converges into a hoard of geometric shapes as a train chugs through the air above the city.

Spider-Man Mirror Dimension Concept Art
Sony Pictures

Another piece shows the Grand Canyon setting that Strange used to try to get the magic box (La Macchina di Kadavus) containing the spell away from Peter. This ended with Peter using his proficient math skills to trap Strange in webs hovering over the Grand Canyon for 12 hours.

Spider-Man Mirror Dimension concept art
Sony Pictures

The main event in these new pieces of art came with a look at all three Spider-Men, played by Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire, swinging together on the scaffolding of the Statue of Liberty. Electro's electricity is seen blasting in the sky above them as the Green Goblin flies on his glider amongst part of the sandstorm seen in the final cut.

Spider-Men swinging concept art
Sony Pictures

Holland's MCU Spidey is seen on the far left as Garfield's Amazing Spider-Man and Maguire's Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man swing in front of him. Holland is seen in his black-and-red suit from Spider-Man: Far From Home instead of the Integrated Suit that came to life in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Spider-Men swinging concept art
Sony Pictures

 

Spider-Men Assemble in No Way Home

As has been the case with every new piece of concept art in the last few weeks, this new batch brings back memories of some of the threequel's biggest moments that made it such an epic adventure.

Once Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange joined No Way Home's cast, it seemed inevitable that Peter Parker would have to have his first true experience dealing with the sorcerer's magical abilities. Teased in the movie's first trailer, this came to life in a big way through the two Avengers' fight for the box containing Strange’s spell as the Big Apple warped and changed through the Mirror Dimension.

Even with that moment being a big one in the threequel, seemingly nothing can top anything featuring Holland, Garfield, and Maguire's Spider-Men swinging alongside each other.

Also featuring three of the film's five villains, this art perfectly encapsulates the madness and mayhem that fans felt seeing three generations of web-slingers come together in one glorious moment. After Holland led the way and brought the group together, the trio seamlessly began working together in harmony; even something as simple as a swing next to scaffolding turned into something truly special.

This art is likely depicting the scene in the third act that featured the trio first jumping into the air together as one as they faced Electro, Sandman, and the Lizard. Following the first official image of the three together that was released in recent weeks, this new look only adds to the excitement that came from this history-making scene.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is now playing in theaters worldwide.


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