A new theory suggests that the fourth Spider-Man movie will bring back the 3 heroes for a war in the multiverse

Although officially Marvel has not confirmed a fourth solo film of spider-man starring Tom Holland, speculation and theories have not stopped. And a new theory published by Screen Rant seems to indicate that the fourth film of the arachnid in the MCU I could go on with a multiversal history, in which it turns out that the versions of Tobey Maguire. Andrew Garfield and Holland They are the only survivors of a threat that has killed the other wall-crawlers of the multiverse.

The villain who did this is none other than Morlun, an old enemy of Spider-Man who has sworn to destroy him in all known universes. Does this theory make sense? Here we tell you how it could fit into the plans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe!

Who is Morlun?

Morlun was created by J.Michael Straczynski Y John Romita Jr. for The Amazing Spider-Man vol. 2#30 published in 2001. The comic tells the story of when spider-man met Ezekiel, a superpowered sidekick who explains to young Peter that the spider that bit him did so so that he could pass on its abilities to the young man before he died, thus turning Peter into spider-man in a kind of “totem”.

This means that as a totem, spider-man is in danger from those who wanted the destruction of totems, among them Morluna psychic vampire has the power to absorb life force energy, possesses superhuman strength, speed, stamina, durability, agility, and reflexes, along with immortality and the ability to fly.

Though Morlun and their followers known as the Inheritors, can subsist on the life forces of others, in the story of spider-verse, the villains killed all versions of the superhero. However, in the end, some variants of the spider men they managed to overpower the Inheritors and stopped the ritual to finish them all off. This is how Morlun and his team were trapped on Earth-3145, where they feed on mutated spiders, the only surviving life forms on that world.


How is this theory supported?

What Spider-Man: No Way Home was one of the stories that started the idea of ​​the multiverse within the Marvel universe, the inclusion of Morlun can be very natural given that he is a villain who is in different dimensions and has a particular problem with the Spiderman. Also, the comic book storyline could perfectly play out on screen by saying that the only surviving variants of the superhero are Holland, Maguire and Garfield.

The theory is supported by how in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez) did not know who he is spider man, even though he has traveled to 73 universes, which means there are no variants of spider-man because they were destroyed.

Added to this, the MCU will begin to introduce supernatural creatures in projects like Moon Knight, Werewolf by Night and the next movie Blade, so a psychic vampire like Morlun can definitely fit into the MCU.


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Source: Fueradefoco

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