'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Script Can Be Read Online, Here's How

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Have you watched Spider-Man: No Way Home and want to watch it again on another platform? Be patient... For the time being, we might be able to flashback by reading the script. Because, the script for Spider-Man: No Way Home is now available on online sites.

Quoted from Gizmodo, the full script of the film starring Tom Holland has been uploaded by the Deadline site. Can it be downloaded? Can! And it's legal, you know... We can upload the full manuscript at this link.

The script was written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers. Beware of being fooled, on the front of this script file is written the title Serenity Now. But don't worry, it's still the story of Spider-Man: No Way Home, which we might have seen in theaters yesterday.
The title Serenity Now is used as a trick and anticipation so that the original script doesn't leak to the public before the film is out. So, if people want to search for the original script, they won't come out with the Spider-Man keyword.
This trick was also used for the two previous Spider-Man films which both used Seinfeld references, Summer of George (for Homecoming) and Fall of George (for Far From Home).
It is recommended for those who haven't seen the film, it's better not to read this script first so you don't get spoilers. This script will be very useful for those who have watched it and want to recall memorable scenes that were witnessed yesterday.
(SPOILER ALERT!) One of the most memorable scenes and made moviegoers hysterical was the scene where Ned and MJ called out to Peter. It's not the Peter they know who appears, but Peter Parker from another universe (played by Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire). So, for those of you who are curious about the script version, check on page 119.
The next epic scene that we should read is the scene where the three Peters together act on the iconic Statue of Liberty against the villains. We can find this scene on page 150.
Don't forget the iconic cover. "Peter Parker is no more. But Spider-Man lives on..." (*)
(Source: mainmain.id, Photo: Gizmodo)

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