New concept art for Spider-Man: No Way Home shows how the film originally included Doctor Strange 2’s new MCU hero America Chavez.
Concept art for Spider-Man: No Path Home shows that the film originally featured America Chavez, who will debut in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Due to COVID-19, Marvel Studios has been forced to repeatedly revamp the Phase 4 roster of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This has resulted in a change in the links between various projects, such as Spider-Man: No Path Home and Doctor Strange 2. The delays meant Benedict Cumberbatch’s wizard helped Tom Holland’s web-slinger ahead of his multiverse-fueled solo sequel instead of after.
The link between Spider-Man: No Path Home and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be best explored in the sequel to Strange. Audiences saw Wong (Benedict Wong) briefly appear and confirm his status as Sorcerer Supreme, while No way homeThe post-credits of were the trailer for Doctor Strange 2. This gave viewers a glimpse into the Phase 4 continuing multiverse arc and the first images of Strange’s upcoming single-player adventure. Of course, he won’t explore the multiverse on his own, as Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) returns and America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez) is introduced.
Now that Spider-Man: No Path Home released in theaters a few weeks ago, concept art for the film by various artists is starting to flood the internet. This includes another piece by the artist Maciej Kuciara, who deleted the original tweet containing the startling illustration. the Spider-Man: No Path Home Concept art reveals that America Chavez was originally in the film. She appears in a scene between Peter Parker, MJ, Ned and other classmates on a bumper car track. The art obviously doesn’t feature Xochitl Gomez as the basis for America Chavez, as Isabela Moner is the actress imagined in the role instead. Check it out below:
America Chavez did not appear in Spider-Man: No Path Homethe final script and cut of, but she might have been a natural fit due to her connections to the multiverse. She has the ability to make her way to other universes with star portals. This could have explained the appearance of America Chavez in Spider-Man: No Path Home if Marvel wanted to keep her in the film’s post-Phase 4 slate rework. Rather, the art is probably from a version of the film before the delays. America is said to have already made its debut in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness then his appearance would be more understandable. She is even shown using a book, which could be the same book that became Doctor Strange’s box.
Although America Chavez and Spider-Man did not meet at Spider-Man: No Path Home, it won’t be surprising that the two characters interact along the way. They are both teenage superheroes who could potentially be part of the Young Avengers or the Champions. If Marvel Studios really wants America Chavez and Spider-Man to meet, it could happen if Tom Holland makes an appearance. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Otherwise, Marvel could wait for this team until Phase 5.
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