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No Way Home’s ‘Uncle Strange,’ Benedict Cumberbatch, Begs Fans Not to Spoil the Film by giving spoilers

In a video posted to Marvel Entertainment's Twitter, Cumberbatch asked fans not to spoil No Way Home for others.

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If you are unconditionally into superhero movies and instinctively get into the swing of things as Spider-Man slings his way around, there is no way you cannot relate to the action-packed and emotionally engaging concluding instalment of Jon Watts’ Spider-Man trilogy. Spider-Man: No Way Home is never at a loss for what works.

Scripted by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, Spider Man : No Way Home is an experience to savour, especially if you are watching it in the company of cheering, exulting and howling fans responding to every surprise and every sleight that the film has in store for the audience.

However, even if your acquaintance with the world of the web-slinger and his ilk is only casual, Spider-Man: No Way Home

Loss, grief, erasure of memory, remembrance and the purpose of heroism – a moral mission opposed to a pursuit of power – are delved into without slowing down the pace of the movie.

Directed by Jon Watts, No Way Home swings into theaters on Dec. 17. At this time, it’s not clear when Holland will next return as Spider-Man. However, Sony Pictures has confirmed the MCU Spider-Man will appear at least one more time.

Initial reviews for No Way Home are overwhelmingly positive, and at the time of writing, the film holds a solid 94 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. However, with those screenings have come spoilers about what happens in No Way Home. This has prompted Sony and Marvel to tell fans to stay off of social media to avoid potential spoilers for the film.

Amidst all these screenings, Doctor Stephen Strange, actor Benedict Cumberbatch has shared a message with fans and begged them asking them not to spoil Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Cumberbatch first appeared as the Marvel wizard in Doctor Strange. He reprised the role for Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame. In Spider-Man: No Way Home, the award-winning actor returns as Stephen Strange opposite Tom Holland’s Peter Parker.

Cumberbatch just finished filming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The film, which also stars Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, aka Scarlet Witch, is scheduled for a May 2022 release.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is undoubtedly the most anticipated movie of the year. And knowing some people may not get to see it right away, Cumberbatch urged fans to keep the film’s secrets.

In a video posted to Marvel Entertainment’s Twitter, Cumberbatch asked fans not to spoil No Way Home for others. “Dear fans, it’s Uncle Strange here,” Cumberbatch said. “I know I get accused of being a bit of curmudgeonly English killjoy, but really, think the biggest killjoy possible would be to leak out, tell, get that tiny little feast on of ‘I’m the one to spoil the movie for others.’ And really, down the line, there will be kids, parents, everything in between, who really want to see this for the first time. I’m one of them. I haven’t seen this film. I don’t want to know anything more about it rather than the pages I got, the scenes I did, the character I’m playing, the story he goes on. It’s fun.

But seriously, please try not to spoil it. It’s so hard. I know you want to tell all your friends about it. I get it. I’m not going to tell any of my friends about it, so can we do that together?”

Originally, Marvel and Sony intended to hide that those villains would be returning. Instead, the studios wanted to make Doctor Strange seem like Spider-Man’s foe in No Way Home. In the end, they opted to reveal looks at those three villains in marketing materials for the film.


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