Spider-Man: No Way Home Rerelease Adds New Post-Credits Scene

The upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home rerelease will allow fans to check out the hit film once again, but it will also include a brand new post-credits scene that has found its way online.

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The new post-credits scene confirms what the end of the film suggested, and that following the spell that Doctor Strange performs people don’t remember Peter Parker anymore. The scene features Betty Brant’s final school segment at Midtown Technical High School, where she’s going through their history at the school as they prepare for graduation.

As various photos and montages play, Brant highlights things like the school’s Decathalon trip to Washington, D.C. in Spider-Man: Homecoming and their trip to Europe in Spider-Man: Far From Home. However, Tom Holland’s Peter Parker is not seen in any of the footage or pictures, suggesting that he is all but gone in the memories of his friends and those who know him.

This scene also shows exactly how Doctor Strange’s spell worked, as some fans were left wondering just how detailed it would be when the original film came to an end. Now, it seems like not only does everyone not remember that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, but they don’t remember Parker whatsoever, which was also hinted at the end of the film when Parker runs into Happy Hogan at the grave of May Parker.

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The film currently holds a worldwide gross of over $1.8 billion at the box office, which is now likely to rise following its next set of showings.


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