Spider-Man: No Way Home producer Amy Pascal has admitted that she didn’t initially like the suggestion of having Peter Parker join the MCU, and even “threw a sandwich” at Marvel’s Kevin Feige over the idea. During an interview with The New York Times, the Spider-Man: No Way Home producer revealed that she had called Feige for help after The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but ended up lobbing a sandwich at the Marvel boss after he suggested the best solution was to introduce Spidey to his MCU.
Spider-Man: No Way Home has swung to a record-breaking $253 million domestic weekend box office debut, and it earned another $334.2 million internationally to claim a global total of $587.2 million. As reported by THR, Spider-Man: No Way Home has secured the third-biggest domestic opening of all time, pandemic or otherwise, and the third-best global opening ever, not adjusted for inflation.
Marvel Comics hasn’t published an ongoing Punisher comic since 2019, which might seem strange given the character’s ongoing popularity. Thankfully, that’s going to change in 2022. Marvel is currently prepping what may well be the most dramatic revamp of the Punisher franchise since the extremely divisive Franken-Castle.
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