Wait… Did Tom Holland Really Just Confirm This Meme?! #NoWayHome

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Tom Holland has confirmed what many have speculated has to be true lest Marvel Studios face a full fledge revolt by Spider-Man fandom: that Andrew Garfield and Tobey McGuire will indeed be playing variant versions of Spider-Man in December’s No Way Home.


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Holland confirmed this via posting his version of the famous Spidey “pointing meme.”

Big Giant Robot: The No Way Home leaks season is in full bloom, and the latest leak details a purported dialogue that takes place between Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire, and Andrew Garfield. The three actors have played Peter Parker in Sony’s Spider-Man movies in the past 20 years. They’ll meet for the first time in No Way Home, which is the kind of Spider-Man 3 spoiler that no longer qualifies as a spoiler. It’s a secret every Spider-Man fan knows by now, although not everyone might be convinced the spoiler is real. The first No Way Home trailer confirms what we’ve known all along, that Spider-Man 3 will be a multiverse film. Sony and Marvel gave us a look at Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock and teased four of the Sinister Six villains. The trailer only shows Tom Holland’s Peter Parker, however.

The same person took to Twitter to post details from what appears to be a leaked video of the Brazilian voice actors who dub the three Spider-Man versions in No Way Home. If the video is genuine, the No Way Home movie will deliver the sort of MCU scene I was referring to before. We’ll see Holland’s Spider-Man meet the others at various points in the film. At some point in the movie, they’ll all be in the same place for the first time.

The ‘ Spider-Man pointing meme ‘ has gotten around from cartoon to meme to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Now, in a hilarious recreation, Tom Holland channeled his 1967 Spider-Man. Wielding both pointer fingers, Holland fulfilled his destiny and became the Spider-Man pointing meme.

On Sept. 27, 2021, Culture Crave on Twitter tweeted out a post of Holland assuming the ‘Spider-Man pointing meme’ position. “Tom Holland recreating the famous Spider-Man pointing meme,” Culture Crave labeled the photo with a fitting spider emoji.

Previous photos already cycled the internet, with Holland pointing opposite Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield  based on rumors of their inclusion in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Spider-Man: No Way Home hits theatres on December 17, 2021.


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