Scheduled to hit theaters this month, Spider-Man: No PATH Home has received its official rating. The expected functionality is rated PG-13 for action / violence sequences, some language, and brief suggestive comments. Of course, it’s not like that rating comes as a surprise, as your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man always seems to get the job done without the need for excessive violence and foul language like Deadpool, but now it’s been official.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Ratings
Regardless of the rating, we expect Spider-Man: No Way Home to be a huge hit in theaters when it releases in just over two weeks. Since the start of production with accompanying rumors of various Spider-Man actors from years past joining the fray, No Way Home has been one of the most anticipated movies of all time. Ticket presales have just kicked off, and the fandango is seeing its highest numbers since Avengers: Endgame . The pandemic has certainly affected cinema ever since, but people will be flocking to see this film.
Spider-Man: No Path Home is being treated as the third installment in a trilogy, and it’s obvious Marvel and Sony are looking to cap this story off with flying colors. That doesn’t mean we won’t see Tom Holland as Peter Parker again. Producer Amy Pascal recently said that a new trilogy of Spider-Man films was in the works, and Holland also heralded an “incredibly bright future” for the web-slinger. When he does eventually end his career as Spidey, perhaps after this planned next trilogy, his idea is also for a live-action Miles Morales to step in as the new Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Before all of that happens, we’re going to see Dutchman Peter do battle with some of the greatest supervillains featured in different continuities. Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock, Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin, Thomas Haden Church’s Sandman, and Jamie Foxx’s Electro are just a few of the villains we’ll see enter the film once the multiverse is fractured. Everyone knows that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are also set to appear, but Sony and Marvel haven’t shown the actors in any official photos or video footage from the sequel. There is speculation that they might not even show up at all, as Garfield has consistently denied rumors of his involvement. It seems even more likely than not that they will.
Jon Watts is directing Spider-Man: No Way Home from a screenplay by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers. It stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker along with other returning stars including Zendaya as MJ, Jacob Batalon as Ned Leeds and Marisa Tomei as Aunt May. With Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, there are plenty of rumors about who else might appear in the movie, with Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock as a possibility. Benedict Cumberbatch is also featured as Doctor Strange, and it’s his relationship with Peter that leads to a fractured multiverse after an attempt to change the past.