If you’ve been casually associated with the decline and upheaval of pop culture, there’s no need to remind you of that Spider-Man: There is no room for home, in all its multiverse glory, arrives in theaters later this week. And after the movie’s premiere at Los Angeles’ Regency Village Theater on Monday, we now have a set of initial reactions that should add a healthy amount of extra fuel to the hype fire.
diverse He describes it as a “satisfactory descriptive adventure”, while The Daily Beast considers Jon Watts away from home The “best Spidey movie by a mile” sequel from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Other recently published reviews, including from Chicago Sun Times (“A new and original adventure”) and Deadline (“This movie is a holiday gift”), hit a similar glowing tone, while The Hollywood Reporter Take a thoughtful – although still ultimately positive – attitude.
Of course, the spread of fan theories dominated the gossip before that There is no place for homeFilm premiere, cast members — including Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jacob Batalon — took part during a Monday night appearance at Jimmy Kimmel Live.
“We like these movies a lot,” Holland said at one point when addressing the possibilities of the multiverse. This film, in particular, is a celebration of three generations of cinema. So to bring back these characters, to see them bring them back to life [and] Embodying those people who said goodbye for nearly 20 years before, it was amazing.”
Exactly for the fans what or what It all ends in a sense that remains to be seen. In the meantime, get a variety of first reactions on the latest Web-slinging entries below, including a quick one from Kid Cudi. Spider-Man: There is no room for home It hits theaters December 17th.