One of the most asked questions from the Spider-Man fans now will be whether Tom Holland’s Peter will still be a part of The Avengers after the ending of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
In the ending of Spider-Man: No Way Home, we see that Dr Strange had cast a spell to make everyone who has ever known about Peter Parker’s identity as Spider-Man forgets about his existence. And doing so after the spell was cast, we witnessed that MJ (Zendaya) and Ned (Jacob Batalon) forgot about the existence of their friend Peter.
Then J. Jonah Jameson reveals in the TV interview that the world still knows that Spider-Man exists and his contribution to the avenger team, so my thought is that Spider-Man will still be a part of The Avengers. But, now, no one will remember the true identity of Spider-Man.
This means all the Avenger team members, including Dr Strange, will no more know about Peter Parker’s true identity, which means things now will be easier for Tom Holland’s Peter Parker, with his friends being safe and no one knowing about his identity, he now can keep a low profile and work as a friendly local hero in New York to fight crimes in the City. It means he will still be part of Avenger; just his identity will be unknown.
We will still witness Tom Holland’s Peter Parker as the Spider-Man in the MCU Phase 4.
It was announced as Sony and Marvel’s deal that Tom Holland’s Peter Parker would be part of two different productions, first being part of Spider-Man: No Way Home, which we have just witnessed on the big screen, second being in an unannounced film.
We suspect either Tom Holland’s Spider-Man will be a part of the Avenger sequel or will be part of a movie associated with Spider-Man Miles Moral movie.
With Kate Bishop becoming the new Hawkeye, Yelena as the new Black Widow, we are sure that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man will be part of a Young Avenger group where he will most probably lead the team as Tony did for Avengers.