Spider-Man: There is no room for homeWriters Chris McKenna and Eric Summers talk in an interview about the film’s ending and what it means for Peter Parker. So please note: This item contains spoilers.
By the time the credits open, the entire world will have forgotten that Peter Parker exists. The web-thrower lives alone in an apartment in New York City. Peter is studying for a GED and no longer has Stark Tech. Instead, he’s wearing a classic red/blue costume he supposedly created based on other Spider-Men.
Spider-Man: There is no room for home-End
During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Eric Summers said the movie is his best as a final round Tom HollandIt could be Peter Parker.
“It ended in a way that could have been a satisfying ending for this particular Spider-Man. But it could certainly go on. Each of these films has a significant element from the previous movie to respond to. As a driving factor for the story. This big change in the end is a big story of what might happen next. That, but I also think it could be a satisfactory outcome.”
McKenna agrees. “It’s a fitting ending if it’s meant to end like this.”. Nor does he believe that despite Peter’s loss and sacrifice, his life is taking a dark turn.
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