Tom Holland Has A Classic Path As Spiderman, Thanks To No Way Home

By Maryland Hargreaves August 05, 2022
Tom Holland has a classic path as Spiderman, thanks to No Way Home

Classic Trait On Classic Spiderman

Tom Hollands Spiderman just got the classic Spiderman trait.

No Way Home already depicted Peter in a difficult situation, with his name becoming public and his college applications being repeatedly rejected as a result.

After Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) passes away and Peter starts working on his GED, the film's ending sends Peter's issues tumbling down to Earth. Peter is now more than ever having to deal with the daily grind and the strain of simply making ends meet in New York City.

After failing to revive MJ (Zendaya) and Ned Leeds' (Jacob Batalon) memory of him, Peter will obviously need to get a solid job, possibly at the Daily Bugle alongside J. Jonah Jameson (J.K. Simmons), and try again to get into college while attempting to create a new social network.

Even though Peter's life of swooping across the city on his webs is still going on, he is facing more difficulties than ever personally.

That kind of difficulty is a very fundamental and classic trait of Spider-personality, and it has helped him become the enduring and recognizable superhero he is today.