Spider-Man: No Way Home is now out in theaters and everyone is celebrating its triumphant success at the box office and its achievement on successfully pulling off its multiverse storyline and honoring the past iterations of the Spider-Man franchise. Now that it is out, more information is now emerging about the behind-the-scenes of the film.
Just like most Spider-Man films, No Way Home is also set in New York City (which is, of course, part of the DNA of the character). But in case you didn't know, the film was actually shot in Atlanta, Georgia like most MCU productions and a newly-released featurette showed us how they were able to transform Atlanta into New York City. You can watch it here:
In the featurette, you can see that they relied on both practical sets and green screens in order to recreate New York City in Atlanta and you can also catch a glimpse of how they filmed some of the popular moments in the film like the Spider-Man vs. Doc Ock fight in the bridge and the fight between Spider-Man and Green Goblin in the building.
It is always interesting to see any behind-the-scenes look of a film because we get to see a glimpse of how they pulled off on making some of the magical scenes that we saw on the big screen. In the case of No Way Home, without revealing the significant spoilers, we know that there is definitely an interesting behind-the-scenes story because of the impossible feat that they pulled off which ended up working and led to the success that the film has today. Hopefully, we'll get to know its full story soon.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is currently showing in theaters everywhere. You can also check out our streaming guide for the film here.