See Tom Holland Go Into The Spider-Verse

A new fan-made video drops Tom Holland's MCU Peter Parker into Sony's animated Spider-Verse.

By Sckylar Gibby-Brown | Published

Miles Morales from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse meets Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in an amazing fan animation by YouTube channel Corridor. The clip, which is titled Spider-Man: Everyone’s Home, explores what might have happened if Holland’s Peter Parker had been sucked into the multiverse after Doctor Strange’s spell in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

In the latest Spider-Man movie, No Way Home, Tom Holland’s Peter Parker asks Doctor Strange (played by Benedict Cumberbatch) to help people forget his identity. This causes a fraction in the multi-verse that brings villains from other Spider-Man films into Peter’s universe. In the clip from Corridor, fans explore an alternative option where instead of people being brought to Peter, what would happen if Peter got sucked into a different universe?

Using AI technology, Corridor shows what they think could have happened if Peter ended up in Miles Morales’ universe as other Spider-Mans did in his movie. In Into the Spider-Verse, a similar break in the multi-verse happened that caused other Spider-Men (and women, and a pig, and a robot) to appear in Miles’ reality.

In the clip, Peter crashes into a stack of boxes near Miles (played by Shameik Moore in the Sony Pictures movie), triggering Miles’ spider senses. When Miles asks if Peter is from another dimension, Peter responds with, “Let’s do this one last time,” before diving into his MCU backstory, as was the pattern in Into the Spider-Verse.

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A scene from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Soon after, Miles and Peter are met with what appears to be hundreds of other Spider-Mans, including Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s versions of Peter Parker and Maguire’s “Bully Maguire” from Spider-Man 3. Also amongst the assembled was Yuri Lowenthal’s Peter Parker from the Insomniac video Game Marvel’s Spider-Man, Oscar Isaac’s Miguel O’Hara/Spider-Man 2099, and even Donald Glover’s Troy Barnes from Community, who was wearing Spider-Man pajamas.

Dumbfounded by the many Spider-Mans that have suddenly appeared, Tom Holland’s Peter Parker raises both his hands to point at the others, who are all pointing back at him in the same way, the creator’s nudge at the classic Spider-Man pointing meme.

Corridor recently received internet recognition for their fan-made trailer of the Warner Bros. and DC’s canceled Batgirl film, which went viral and now has more than a million views. The channel is helmed by Sam and Niko, who create videos “you didn’t think were possible” using film tricks and CGI. The Corridor team used Artificial intelligence technology to recreate the style of the Spider-Verse.

While this video is fan-made, it isn’t unreasonable to believe that Tom Holland may be appearing in Sony’s Spider-Verse. Rumors have been circling the internet for a while that the MCU’s Peter Parker will appear in Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse, the sequel to 2018’s Into the Spider-Verse. If this is true, who better to play the MCU Peter Parker than the original MCU Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland?

It seems that the Spider-Verse’s upcoming sequel and trequel, Spider-Man: Beyond The Spider-Verse, is looking to include as many Spidey cameos as possible and may even be including Maguire and Garfield in one of the franchise’s sequels.

Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse is set to release in 2023.