The primary trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home uncovered that Peter Parker will have his secret identity reestablished using a similar fix he used in the comics; Doctor Strange. This disclosure astonished many fans, regardless of the last Spider-Man film, Far From Home, ending with Mysterio post mortem exposing Spider-Man’s secret identity to the world, and the guarantee that this would be a significant piece of the sequel’s storyline.
Originally, Peter Parker uncovered his secret identity to the world intentionally, to assist Tony Stark with promoting the Superhuman Registration Act. Quickly afterward, the Kingpin endeavored to assassinate Peter, lethally wounding Aunt May simultaneously. This prompted the disputable One More Day storyline, where Peter made an arrangement with the evil presence Mephisto to save Aunt May’s life, at the expense of his union with Mary Jane Watson. Ignoring that the story was based around the consistently capable Peter Parker making a Faustian bargain rather than face the outcomes of his activities, many likewise loathed One More Day on account of the many continuity growls brought about by erasing Peter and Mary Jane’s marriage from the timeline. Marvel Comics’ Editor-in-boss Joe Quesada endeavored to resolve these issues with a sequel to One More Day named One Moment in Time, which uncovered how Peter and Mary Jane’s wedding worked out and how the world came to fail to remember that Peter Parker was Spider-Man after the occasions of Civil War in the new timeline.
One Moment In Time uncovered that Mary Jane had been lethally injured subsequent to trying to shield her Aunt Anna from a second assassin the Kingpin had shipped off take out all of Spider-Man’s family. Taking Mary Jane to Doctor Strange for treatment, Peter asked the Sorcerer Supreme if he would work a spell that would rework reality so nobody recollected that he was Spider-Man. In the wake of consulting with Tony Stark and Reed Richards from the Fantastic Four, Doctor Strange consented to help and everyone except Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson failed to remember who Spider-Man was, regardless of whether they had definitely known Peter’s secret identity before he uncovered himself to the world.
It was striking for the minds behind the MCU to end Spider-Man: Far From Home with Peter Parker’s secret identity being ruined. Be that as it may, it very well might be bolder still for them to reference a comic book storyline as broadly detested as One Moment In Time in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Fortunately, while it is as yet uncertain just which villains will show up in the film, it appears to be protected to say the evil spirit Mephisto won’t be among them; a reality sure to satisfy many comic book perusers.