Do you want to get spoiled by the script instead?
The journey of Spider-Man: No Way Home to get to where it is now hasn't been easy. Amid reshoots, fear of plot leaks, and having a pandemic era release, the Marvel film being the sixth highest-grossing film of all time has been a long journey.
Now, you can read the ideas that started it all.
The 182-page released by Hollywood Entertainment website Deadline as part of their Read the Screenplay series features the behind-the-scenes set-up and intended mood of No Way Home before it hit the screens.
In the screenplay written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, No Way Home was disguised with the decoy name Serenity Now to ensure that photos of the script don't leak.
McKenna and Sommers have long been Marvel script veterans, as they also wrote the franchise's previous movies, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home.
No Way Home revolves around the story of Tom Holland's Peter Parker trying to get his life back together after his identity is revealed.
Read the screenplay here