We're only a few days away from the anticipated release of Spider-Man: No Way Home and while webheads the world over are ready to witness history unfold, the people behind the film are apparently facing some concerns behind the scenes. In a surprising new update, the Marvel Cinematic Universe's third solo Spidey flick headlined by Tom Holland is apparently not 100% finished and the project's VFX crew are still rumored to be working on the film's visuals this late in the game.
The report comes from Hollywood tipster Grace Randolph who took to Twitter to offer quite the concerning (depending on which way you'd like to look at it) update about the film's post-production status. Randolph didn't share the specifics but she noted that the film is "down to the wire" in terms of post-production just days before its global release.
To give some of you an idea, normally, blockbuster films should wrap work on everything months before they release but it seems like Spider-Man: No Way Home's VFX crew are currently on crunch time to meet Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures' deadline. It's also worth noting that the leaked trailer for No Way Home which dropped last August initially featured unfinished VFX. Hopefully, it's nothing major and they're just working on the finishing touches for the film. Still, it's totally intriguing that the film isn't even close to being completed.
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In hindsight, it's understandable how the MCU film is facing these kinds of issues ahead of its premiere. I mean, both production companies want to give fans a solid experience overall and you know how particular Marvel fans are when it comes to visuals.
Spider-Man: No Way Home hits cinemas on December 17, 2021.