Those eager to watch 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' might want to catch up on these films and TV shows, to best enjoy this film, packed with 20 years of nostalgia, emotion, comedy, a lot of heart and jokes only true fans will understand.
Willem Dafoe is flying back onto the big screen as the Green Goblin in 'No Way Home'. To best understand this character, it's best you rewind the tapes to 2002 and watch this Tobey Maguire starrer.
Another supervillain scheduling a re-match with Spidey is Alfred Molina's Dr Otto Octavius. The character is a genius scientist who sets out to do good until his experiment goes horribly wrong turning him into Dr Ock.
While 'Avengers: Endgame' saw a reunion of heroes, 'No Way Home' will have a reunion of villains' and another good guy gone bad, turned good guy again is Thomas Haden Church's the Sandman.
Rhys Ifans will crawl his way back on the screens as The Lizard. He made his first appearance in the 2012 film starring Andrew Garfield in the lead. Track his journey from a scientist working on a serum to regenerate limbs to an evil creature wanting to transform all humans into lizard-like beings.
Besides Electro coming back as one of spidey's villains, the 'No Way Home' trailer also had a major parallel between Zendaya's MJ and Emma Stone's Gwen Stacy. Watch this movie to see what the frenzy was all about.
You just have to watch this stand-alone film to know how a surgeon Doctor Stephen Strange turned into the sorcerer supreme.
Witness the start of Tom Holland's journey as the web-slinging Spider-Man and his formal induction into the league of heroes by none other than Tony Stark, aka Iron Man.
Before heading to watch Peter Parker's adventures in the multiverse, watch this equally emotional, breathtaking Oscar-winning animated film featuring Spider-Woman, and first black Spidey - Miles Morales.
As the new movie's plot picks up directly from 2019's 'Far From Home', it makes it on this list. The film sees Peter Parker being publicly unmasked by the villainous Mysterio and framed for crimes he didn't commit.
Doctor Strange may have opened the multiverse, but messing with the fabric of time and space may have to do with another character - Loki.