It's Time To Talk About That Spider-Man Scene In Avengers: Infinity War

It's Time To Talk About That Spider-Man Scene In Avengers: Infinity War



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Once Spider-Man joined the MCU back in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War, it seemed like we’d entered a bold new era of cinematic web slinging. Actor Tom Holland is a young man, portraying a high-school aged Peter Parker still trying to figure out how to put the Man in Spider-Man. So in the lead-up to Avengers: Infinity War, everyone expected to see Spider-Man doing some pretty cool stuff, suiting up as the Iron Spider to take on Thanos and his gang of creeps. We should probably pause the video now to let you know that there are some Thanos-sized spoilers ahead. Still with us? Good…

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Once Spider-Man joined the MCU back in 2016's
Captain America: Civil War, it seemed like we'd entered a bold new era of cinematic web
slinging. Actor Tom Holland is a young man, portraying
a high-school aged Peter Parker still trying to figure out how to put the Man in Spider-Man. So in the lead-up to Avengers: Infinity War,
everyone expected to see Spider-Man doing some pretty cool stuff, suiting up as the
Iron Spider to take on Thanos and his gang of creeps. We should probably pause the video now to
let you know that there are some Thanos-sized spoilers ahead. Still with us? Good. Even though the credits have rolled and we've
all reserved our seats for Avengers 4 in 2019, we're still trying to process everything we
saw in Avengers: Infinity War. No one, seriously, no one expected to to leave
the theater bawling our eyes out at the tragic death of young Peter Parker, the amazingly
dead Spider-Man. Of course, he's not the only casualty of Thanos'
mad quest. The conclusion to Marvel Studios' record-setting
team-up movie might be the most despairing sequence ever filmed for a summer blockbuster,
as the movie ends with half the population of the entire universe being blinked out of
existence. Watching Earth's mightiest heroes and almost
all of the Guardians of the Galaxy being turned to ash and disappearing is a haunting thing
to experience. But the most affecting moment of the sequence
comes from Tom Holland's Spider-Man, who gets a horrifying moment to realize what's going
on before he collapses and fades away. He pleads for his life, and, in Tony Stark's
arms, he uses his last words to apologize to his surrogate father for not doing better. And before Stark can so much as tell him to
knock it off, he's gone. Seeing the teenage Spider-Man fade out of
existence is the moment that takes the movie's climax from sad to heart-wrenching, making
for a final reel that seems to be bringing many moviegoers to tears. Of course, once the lights came back on in
the theater, you probably started to realize that, well, as sad as it was to watch Spidey
go, he'll definitely be back. Here's why. A sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming was announced
in late 2016, and is set to begin shooting in July, 2018. So even if Peter's tragic death in Infinity
War made you cry into your popcorn, you can rest assured he'll be back in time to star
in his own follow-up. But if you really want to go deep on why you
haven't seen the last of movie Spidey, just look to the pages of Marvel comic books. In the first issue of Infinity Gauntlet, the
1991 six-issue series on which much of Infinity War is based, Spider-Man is one of the first
Marvel heroes to realize something seriously bad is going down. Joining up with the rest of the world's remaining
heroes and taking the fight to outer space, he stays in the game against Thanos for almost
the entire battle. That's a pretty big change from what we got
in the film, right? So why did Infinity War make that change,
and take out Spider-Man with Thanos' snap? Well, as strong as Spider-Man is, he's not
actually essential to winning the battle. In the comics, the endgame of the fight takes
place after the clock gets turned back 24 hours, landing Spider-Man back in New York
City. Afterwards, the final fight is led by Marvel's
most mystical members and its heaviest hitters, with Dr. Strange, Thor, Drax, Hulk, Thanos'
brother Starfox, and Adam Warlock teaming up with an epic alliance of Marvel's cosmic
entities to finish off the fight. Spidey's off to the side, doing whatever a
spider, uh, does. Let's just face it. There's not much Spider-Man can do in a battle
between gods, and erasing him from existence is a much more impactful way to end Infinity
War than just benching him in the fourth quarter, like in the comics. That's lame. This is drama. So dry your eyes, true believers. Avengers: Infinity War may be one of the most
audacious summer movies in recent memory, but nobody's crazy enough to really squash
Spider-Man. Not until he does this, at least… Yikes. Thanks for watching! Click the Looper icon to subscribe to our
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36 thoughts on “It's Time To Talk About That Spider-Man Scene In Avengers: Infinity War”

  1. I honestly don't understand how so many people like Tom so much, or why people praise "Spider-Man: Homecoming" so much. It didn't reach $1B for a reason, and it changed way too much for the sake of simplicity. Everyone but Peter is virtually unrecognizable, and Uncle Ben is completely erased. Yay.

  2. why does everyone think spidey is weak.

    in a comic he just supports a plan that is about to land and he just blocks winter soldiers punch like it was Casual or something.

  3. I watched this scene over a million times and usually I don't cry during movies but Everytime I watch this scene I cry Everytime. Even though I know it is not real

  4. The most heartbreaking moment is when he said
    "I'm sorry"
    You don't just casually say I'm sorry for dying.
    But don't worry guys our Peter Parker is strong, he'll make it.

  5. AURRRGRGHHHHHUHWJDHWIGEIEHROEHWOHDKWHD WHYYYYYYYYYY MCU!!! WHYYYYYYYYYY!!!! PETTERRR PARRKERRRR D:! IM SO SAD NOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW URRGHHHHHHHH HE CRIEDDDD ANDDD III DDIIIIIIDDDDDDD 🙁 like if u did tooooo…. 🙁 ik he will come back in the fourth one 🙁

  6. Iron Man is about to take the hammer to the face before spideys entrance in infinity war. “Hey kid where’d you come from” -Iron Man “The Future!” Time travel confirmed?

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