When it comes to Marvel Studios, there are several things fans know to be true, such as the fact the company plans productions far in advance and that it’s strategic when it comes to making announcements. The studio is also notoriously secretive when it comes to its projects and, as a result, fans are left guessing and speculating about what’s coming up or what’s going down in a certain film. The secrecy surrounding Spider-Man: No Way Home is a prime example, as Marvel has done its best to keep details from leaking to fans. Of course, this method can also affect the stars in different ways, and one No Way Home actor has shared her thoughts on the huge levels of secrecy surrounding Marvel movies.
Being a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is one thing, but being part of the Spider-Man franchise is a whole other thing. Given the popularity of the character, Marvel Studios seems to take extra care when it comes to new installments in that film series. Angourie Rice, who plays the role of Betty Brant in the franchise, is more than familiar with how things work, by this point. But as she explained during a recent interview with Collider, she’s still amazed by the massive secrecy and by how far fans will go to figure things out:
It definitely can’t be easy to work on such a heavily guarded film set, and there has to be some fear of accidentally leaking something. However, Angourie Rice seems to manage things pretty well, and it’s nice to hear she had her mother and sister to talk to on the set of Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Marvel Studios has done its best to keep fans in the dark on Spider-Man: No Way Home, even to the point of misdirecting the public with the official title. As a result, many have been left to ponder what lies ahead in Spidey’s third solo movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The cast has also been careful not to leak anything about the film. Jacob Batalon, who plays Betty Brant’s on-and-off boyfriend Ned, has only shared a few quick, behind-the-scenes snapshots, some of which have included Tom Holland. Speaking of the lead actor, Holland, who’s been known to drop a spoiler or two, has even managed to keep his lips sealed, as he’s only hyped up the movie here and there.
That doesn’t mean that everyone’s going to comply with the secret-keeping protocols, though. Alfred Molina, who was reported to be reprising his role as Doctor Octopus, shared a few details about his character’s surprising return, which may not have been ideal for Marvel Studios’ plans.
Still, Spider-Man: No Way Home mostly remains a mystery (as do many other MCU productions), and that’s surely how Marvel wants it. But fans shouldn’t worry too much, because more details will definitely be released when the time is right.
Spider-Man: No Way Home swings into theaters on December 17, 2021.
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