SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Possible Plot Details Reveal Origin Of Peter Parker's New Black & Gold Suit

Spider-Man: No Way Home will see Tom Holland's Peter Parker debut more new costumes, and a new report claims to shed some light on why the wall-crawler dons a black & gold suit at a key point in the film!

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Spider-Man: No Way Home has to be one of the most highly anticipated Marvel movies to head our way in quite some time. Rumours continue to persist about what fans can expect from the threequel, and until that second trailer is released, we're left to speculate. 

Now, The Cosmic Wonder has shared an interesting rumour about the introduction of that much talked about Black & Gold suit. As you'll likely recall from set photos, Tom Holland's brother, Harry, has a cameo role as a robber. Spidey webs him up, but as this takes place after the wall-crawler's secret identity has been revealed to the world, there's still a lot of people who believe he murdered Mysterio.

It's at this point in Spider-Man: No Way Home that one of Mysterio's supporters runs up to the hero and throws a bucket of green paint over him. That permanently stains the costume, leaving Peter with no other option than to turn it inside out (something fans have speculated about from the start). 

This is certainly an interesting way to sell more toys, though we're not sure what the point is beyond that. Chances are it won't have the biggest role in the movie, though it did find its way into a few scenes in that first trailer. Ultimately, we know that Peter winds up in an "integrated" suit that's a combination of his Upgraded suit from Spider-Man: Far From Home and the Iron Spider armour.

As for this black costume, it's definitely not the one most fans want to see Spidey don. However, when the wall-crawler inevitably crosses paths with Venom, something tells us that will change. 

Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to be released in theaters on December 17. 

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