Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe began with WandaVision, and fans are eager to see a new installment on the big screen. One of the many highly anticipated projects coming down the line is Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: No Way Home. Production is currently underway, and the movie’s cryptic title was only recently revealed to the public. First came a few fake titles that trolled the fandom, and now one of them has been given a fan poster.
Knowing how eager for information the public was, Marvel Studios decided to mess with the fans a little before unveiling the true title for Tom Holland’s third Spider-Man flick. Some of these prank names included Home-Wrecker, Home Slice, and Phone Home. The latter was “revealed” by Holland himself, and now you can see a E.T. inspired goof brought to life with a an poster. Check it out below.
I mean, come on. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is known for its thrilling crossover moments, but no one expected the iconic E.T. to somehow factor into the franchise. But after a practical joke and some A+ digital art, we see the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man with the alien’s glowing finger. Now Tom Holland just needs to utter iconic lines like “I’ll be right here.”