Spider-Man: No Way Home starring Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jamie Foxx, Marisa Tomei and Benedict Cumberbatch is being praised all around the world for its captivating storyline and for a dramatic surprise revelation and people have not been able to keep calm online. This includes Desi Twitter!
Desi Twitter is obsessed with the Marvel superhero, whether it’s dressing up in his signature blue and red outfit, sharing memes of Spider-Man dancing in a theme park in Lahore or clips from the song 'Tune Churaya Mere Dil Ka Chain.'
The release of the movie saw the resurrection of the Spider-Man song, though did it ever really die out? We can't be the only ones whose minds instantly start playing this song whenever Spider-Man is referenced.
Spider-Man is everywhere in Pakistan, you just have to look out for him. You never know the next time you'll see him at your nearest theme park or theatre attending a show.
He could be even riding a rickshaw.
Spider-Man: No Way Home has theatres packed around the world, even as the spread of the Omicron variant is forcing closures in the entertainment industry, including numerous Broadway shows. While some movie-goers, particularly older ticket-buyers, have been more reluctant, the younger, devoted Marvel fan base has proven resistant to the challenges.
No Way Home is on track to be the first release of the pandemic to surpass $100 million and could reach as high as $150 million. The previous best of this year was also a Marvel-Sony release, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which launched with $90.1 million.
Have you watched Spider-Man: No Way Home yet?