No Way Home’s Post-credits Scene Explained: What Happened at End?

Spider-Man: No Way Home – The More Fun Stuff Version has finally been released in theatres. This extended version of Spider-third Man’s solo outing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe contains 11 minutes of footage that was not included in the theatrical edition.

This tape features a new scenario with Matt Murdock and a new encounter between Spider-Men from different dimensions.

Surprisingly, it also features a brand-new scene after the credits that explain the full depth of Doctor Strange’s curse. Here, we analyze the nature of the scene and its potential impact on Peter Parker’s MCU future.

Spider-man: No Way Home’s New Post-credits Scene Explained

The initial theatrical version of No Way Home had two post-credits scenes. The first film focuses on Eddie Brock leaving behind a bit of the Venom symbiote in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The second was a teaser trailer for the soon-to-be-released Doctor Strange: The Multiverse of Madness.

The Multiverse of Madness trailer was omitted from the More Fun Stuff Version of No Way Home and replaced with a new sequence that better describes how Doctor Strange’s spell to make the universe forget Peter worked.

Betty Brant plays a retrospective movie about her and her classmates’ high school careers in this segment. The homage incorporates images and footage from Spider-Man: Homecoming and their trip to London in the 2019 film Far From Home. Peter Parker is seen in two separate instances during the video.

The first is pictured in Venice with the Spider-Man cast. The hero is in the center of the group, but his face is obscured by a passing pigeon. Then, a video of Ned and Peter discussing their future dance from the 2017 Homecoming is played, but only from the rear.

Following the initial publication of No Way Home, people pondered how Doctor Strange’s spell would influence the MCU with Peter’s photographs, passport, official documents, and videos. This was especially perplexing in light of the extensive press Spider-Man received after his identity was revealed.


Now, the expanded version’s post-credits scene confirms that the mind-wipe eliminated all of that proof by blatantly concealing Spider-presence. Man However, the manner in which Peter’s disappearance from society was accomplished hints that Strange’s spell may be reversed in future stories.

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