Game Of Thrones Actress Says Spiderman No Way Home Lost “A Little Bit Of The Soul”

In the year 2021, Spiderman No Way Home was the most awaited movie for fans. The movie did live up to its hype for fans, except for some of them who didn’t really like it. It was a completely new experience for the fans, as for the first time they witnessed the concept of a “Multiverse” in a Marvel film.

Not just the fans got to watch the Multiverse but also it was a nostalgic experience for all the Spiderman fans out there. As the movie brought back Andrew Garfield & Tobey Maguire in a Tom Holland starer movie. Not just that but also the different antagonists from the past Spiderman films. The villains include Dr. Otto Octopus, Green Goblin, Sandman & Electro.

The movie received a lot of love from fans because of which it was re-released again, in September. It was the extended cut of the film which Sony pictures released so that fans get to watch all the unseen footage. With praises, the movie also had some critics. A game of thrones actress has shared her review of the film, let’s have a look.

Arya Stark Didn’t Like Spiderman No Way Home!

In a recent interview with Frank Film Club, Maisie Williams who plays the role of Arya Stark in Game Of Thrones shared her opinion on Spiderman No Way Home. She says that the new Spiderman film which is No Way Home was her biggest “disappointment”. Firstly she got confused about titles as the Spiderman films’ titles are a little similar. But she explained that it was the new No Way Home movie which wasn’t her favorite at all.

Maisie thinks that the movie lost a little bit of its soul because the film brought all characters back from old films. Further, she adds, ” but I love this new reboot and I will watch the next one. But it was just a little bit disappointing.”


She spoke about how Sony & Marvel started exploring so much in the films. She loved the journey of Spiderman films till now but feels that the new movie lacked a little bit. The Game Of Thrones Actress says, ” Aunt May died and in that Andrew Garfield reboot I was sobbing and like when Aunt May died in [the film] the pacing of it, I was like ‘Oh, somehow I don’t really care. Maybe I’ve changed.”

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