“Spider-Man: No Way Home”: Is Aunt May dead? What about “Happy”?

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Fans who are familiar with Marvel movies should know that for Spider-Man, the most important character must be his aunt. The previous version was called “Aunt May” or “Aunt May”.

Because Aunt May in the Tom Holland version of Spider-Man is younger and more beautiful, and looks charming, this version is called Aunt May, and she is a bit ambivalent with Harpy.

Do you remember the steel “Happy”? That’s right, that chubby assistant of Iron Man, who looks a bit like a comedian.

He is actually the director of “Iron Man 1”, his name is Jon Favreau, it is he who opened the door to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

"Spider-Man: No Way Home": Is Aunt May dead? What about "Happy"?

Just imagine, if “Iron Man 1” is not well-known, I am afraid there will be no Marvel Cinematic Universe behind it.

Because Marvel was on the verge of bankruptcy at the time, it relied on Iron Man to stand up.

In fact, Happy was originally written to die in “Iron Man 3”, but Jon Favreau wrote a note to Kevin Feige, saying “What happens if Happy is only seriously injured but not dead?”.

So Happy appeared in the “Spider-Man: Homecoming” movie and fell in love with Spider-Man’s Aunt May.

I originally thought that Happy could live happily with Aunt May, but when the day failed, Aunt May was killed by the villain.

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"Spider-Man: No Way Home": Is Aunt May dead? What about "Happy"?

In the movie “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, because Doctor Strange inadvertently opened the multiverse, Spider-Man’s destined villains Doctor Octopus, Green Goblin, Sandman, Electro, and Dr. Curt Connors gathered together.

Originally, Doctor Strange wanted to kill them, but the young Spider-Man wanted to save them and had a battle with Doctor Strange.

Doctor Strange let Spider-Man save the villains under his care. Spider-Man thought he could influence them, but later Green Goblin killed Aunt May.

If Spider-Man knew this was the result in advance, I wonder if they would be rescued from Doctor Strange.

But what was moved was that before closing her eyes, Aunt May said: “With great power comes great responsibility”.

"Spider-Man: No Way Home": Is Aunt May dead? What about "Happy"?

When Happy saw Aunt May’s sacrifice, he didn’t say a word, and was stunned in the car.

When the police came to arrest him, he did not resist. It must be because Iron Man died and his favorite Aunt May disappeared.

In the end, Happy and Spider-Man appeared in front of Aunt May’s tombstone, Harpy must be very painful.

Without Aunt May, how to arrange Happy’s later scenes is also a difficult problem.

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