BossLogic made an epic poster for Spider-Man: No Way HomeThe official title for the sequel was announced earlier this week and there is speculation about it WandaVision will have a major impact on it. Before the official title was revealed, stars Tom Holland, Zendaya and Jacob Batalon teased fans of Marvel Cinematic Universe with some fake titles to get everyone ready for the big announcement. When the time came, Holland released a video of himself, Batalon and Zendaya trying to get the title from director Jon Watts.
The Spider-Man: No Way Home At the end of Tom Holland’s video, it was revealed that the title was on a white board. On reflection, there were many more things written on that board. Spider webs and suggested titles are covered, along with commentary. However, eagle-eyed MCU fans quickly noticed that there were more than a few hexagons on the board as well, immediately sparking thoughts of WandaVision and the show’s potential impact on the highly anticipated sequel.
Artist BossLogic took the hexagons from the Spider-Man: No Way Home announcement and took it a step further with its poster. In the artwork we see Peter Parker of Tom Holland standing on a S.W.O.R.D. logo while looking at Earth with a scarlet hue that clouds the atmosphere. It seems that the artist himself is quite convinced that whatever happens in it WandaVision will be present in Spider-Man: No Way HomeOnly Marvel Studios knows what that means, and they make sure to keep everything about the sequel a secret. Keeping secrets is something that Marvel Studios has made a science at this point in the game.
Hexagons appear in every episode of WandaVision in many different ways. As it stands now, Wanda Maximoff and Vision are seemingly trapped in a hexagon, also referred to as ‘the hexagon’. The Disney + series is believed to introduce the multiverse to the MCU, and is rumored to be cast to Spider-Man: No Way Home seemingly confirms this, although no one confirms or denies it. Additionally, Elizabeth Olsen appears in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, alongside Benedict Cumberbatch, who will appear alongside Tom Holland in the sequel Spider-Man: Far From Home
Hexagons are also used in Guardians of the Universe as the Universal Neural Teleportation Network. The “jump” windows allow the Guardians to jump to different places in the universe, which can also be related to this. Regardless, BossLogic is definitely trying to get MCU fans talking, although they really don’t need any help in that department. The hexagons of the Spider-Man: No Way Home title reveal already has a lot of fans searching deep in the comics for answers. While we wait to see some WandaVision really clogged, you can check BossLogic’s official Twitter account for the Spider-Man: No Way Home poster above.
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