There are short films and there are short films that completely blew our minds. This short film, entitled Spider-Man No Way Home Alternate Post Credit Scene, is one such mind-blowing production.

Spider-Man No Way Home Alternate Post Credit Scene

This brilliant post-credit scene was created by filmmaker Alessandro Costanzo of Movila, a multimedia production company based in Sicily. In this scene, Peter 3 aka Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man thought he had returned to his own universe after an adventure in No Way Home.

However, he soon discovered that home it was not. Instead, he stumbled into a world where Gwen Stacy was Spider-Gwen and he had returned to a moment of his own death in this universe.

What made this piece interesting was the use of deepfake to place the faces of Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone on the actors. The effect is nothing short of mind-blowing and a testament to how far deepfake has progressed.

Spider-Man No Way Home Alternate Post Credit Scene

The video was created for Alessandro’s specialist thesis at the Academy of Fine Arts of Catania (Accademia di Belle Arti di Catania). It is a study that focused on the potential of deepfake in film production. Though I would love to see Emma Stone in a live-action Spider-Gwen movie together with Andrew Garfield.

Not going to lie. I used to love Toby Maguire’s Spider-Man as it kind of reflects the 70s Spider-Man series. You know, a Peter Parker that had little to no confidence and gets pushed around?

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That changes when Andrew Garfield came along. He was fun, young and all, just as he was on printed pages. And so, yeah, Garfield is one of the reasons why I love what Alessandro did with Spider-Man No Way Home Alternate Post Credit Scene. Never mind they aren’t real Emma and Andrew.

Go ahead and have a look at the video. It is strangely satisfying to watch. Or at least it is for me.

Images: YouTube (Movila).

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