Since its inception in Captain America: Civil WarTom Holland’s Spider-Man has always been closely linked to Tony Stark aka Iron Man – you know, because he was responsible for making him join the Avengers and everyone else.
Stark (Robert Downey Jr) performed on the Webslinger’s first solo outing Spider-Man: Homecoming, but due to the character who met his death in an earlier film, he couldn’t appear as a sequel Far away from home.
Now a Spidey fan has shared the theory that the superhero movie makes reference to Tony in one of its fighting sequences.
Keith__M traveled to Reddit on Tuesday, August 24th and shared a 16-second snippet of a fight with Peter Parker and villain Quentin Beck, aka Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal).
Despite the protests of Spider-Man, the latter zaps its surrounding energy and appears to be flying through an attacking fire elemental in order to destroy it.
Just before he does, Keith__M expects Mysterio to click his right hand, which – if he actually does – could be a nod to how Stark sacrificed himself to stop Thanos Avengers: Endgame.
“Look at it this way, Beck probably got the information about the snapshot [Nick] Anger and knowledge of the relationship between Tony and Peter, he probably messed with Peter … “wrote Keith__M.
“It wasn’t a power move as we know it was all an illusion. He just wanted Peter to feel like he’d lost another mentor through sacrifice, and Snap was a proponent of that.”
However, not all were convinced …
“I don’t really get those kinds of observations because the film isn’t good enough to actually show it,” was a skeptical response.
“If it had been a snapshot, they would have magnified or amplified the sound. If it had been meant for Peter, we would have seen a more emotional reaction or he would have heard Tony’s voice on something. Though the viewer can interpret it that way.” The film really could have done better. ”
Others were more interested in the idea, and another user replied, “Ohhhh, it’s definitely in the same place as Tony’s hand. That’s a cool find.”
While it’s far from confirmed that Mysterio intends to do so in the scene, it doesn’t seem too far-fetched for him to want to emotionally manipulate Spider-Man that way given the character’s MO.
The whole scene itself is orchestrated by Beck, a former Stark Industries employee, to get Peter to trust him and give him Stark’s EDITH glasses seems possible…
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