In the latest trailer for the upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home, Benedict Cumberbatch says that Peter Parker is to blame for the universe’s rift. The multiverse, first explored in Loki season one, has become a complex, branching system, requiring the Time Variance Authority to prune and restructure branching timelines. The movie will also introduce the evil Doctor Strange variant.
As the villain in the Spider-Man: Homecoming spinoff, the rift is caused by Doctor Strange’s botched spell that sent the heroes flying to another world. The plot of the No Way Back sequel has led to a flurry of theories about how it happened and how it’ll affect the MCU in the near future. While no one can be sure, we’re looking forward to seeing Benedict Cumberbatch’s take on the role.
The rift between worlds was created by a powerful spell cast by the villain in Doctor Strange’s new film, “No Way Home.” In the movie, Peter Parker is an unwitting part of the multiverse. The Multiverse of Madness is currently the most controversial movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the effects of it are still being determined.
The biggest flaw in No Way Home is the film’s multiverse rift, which is caused by an error by Peter Parker. In the original, Doctor Strange was the villain, but he’s not a villain. He’s a superhero, and it’s his fault that he can change points of time in the multiverse.
The mistake is that Peter Parker doesn’t know that his actions are not affecting other worlds. But he doesn’t know that his friends and family are influencing him. As a result, he’s the one to blame for any misfortune that is happening in the multiverse. This is a big mistake that could be easily avoided.
It’s impossible for Peter Parker to change his mind about his fate. He’s lost his high school records, birth certificate, and passport. His identity is now in danger, and he can’t get a bank account. He rents a slumlord’s apartment in midtown Manhattan and is unable to afford a proper home.
The multiverse has become a major subject in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch both pointed out that a mistake that affected one universe has consequences in another. But what is a mistake that impacts another world? And how does it affect Peter Parker? It’s the fault of his character, and not the multiverse.