2021s Spider-Man: No Way Home brought together all three cinematic versions of Spidey, as well as many of their villains. However, at one time Tom HollandSpider-Man was going to visit certain key moments in history Tobey Maguire’sand Andrew Garfieldversions. Concept artist Phil Saunders recently shared concept art created for the film, featuring Dutch Spidey and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) visiting other Spider-Men universes.

In his post, Saunders wrote: “One of the first ideas for chasing Spidey and Doctor Strange across the multiverse was to have them fight over the source of a spell (in this early version, the Book of the Vishanti) through scenes from previous films. I was given a couple of days to play with the idea, take screenshots from the films and draw in Spider and Doc. In the film, Spider-Man and Doctor Strange fought each other. However, rather than returning to moments from the previous films, the fight was more focused on showcasing Doctor Strange’s abilities.

One piece of concept art from Maguire’s universe depicts Spider-Man and Doctor Strange in a fighting tournament against Bonesaw McGraw. Another concept art from Maguire’s world depicts Mr. Ditkovich and his daughter Ursula. Raimi’s Spider-Man 2 And Spider-Man 3Mr. Ditkovich was Peter’s landlord and always asked about rent. In the Garfield universe, two pieces of concept art show Oscorp where Doc Conners tried to release the gas and turn everyone into lizards like him. Another piece of concept art shows the clock tower where Garfield’s Spider-Man failed to save Gwen Stacy.

Tom Holland’s fourth Spider-Man film is in development

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After success Spider-Man: No Way Home, fans were eagerly waiting to see what would happen next for the Dutch slider. Sony and Marvel are developing a fourth MCU Spider-Man movie. However, this time Peter will find himself in a world where no one remembers his existence thanks to Doctor Strange’s spell. In animation, Jake JohnsonPeter B. Parker will return to the big screen in the third Spider-Verse movie, Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is currently available to stream on Starz in the US. Check out the concept art below: