Yesterday Wednesday May 10, 2023 the Pope Francisco received a most unexpected visit in the Vatican: neither more nor less than the friendly neighbor Spider-Man.
Of course, it was not Super Hero as such (because he is no longer a fictional character), but a 19-year-old who had presented himself to the usual greeting of the faithful in Saint Peter’s Square dressed as the net-thrower, where the pontiff received him with a big smile in your face.
The boy wore the traditional red and blue uniform of the comic book character created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, but the costume design was specifically from the Sam Raimi film trilogy in which he starred. Tobey Maguirewhom we recently saw again in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
As the newspaper El Español points out, the young man dressed as Spider-Man is called Mattia Villardita and is dedicated to visiting sick children in hospitals dressed as a wall climber. In fact, this was not his first meeting with Pope Francis, since he had already visited him two years ago.
Spider-Man will be back in theaters very soon
Although there is still his thing to see again Tom Holland Donning his superhero suit, our favorite wall-crawler will be back in theaters alongside a large cast of spiders in Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse, the new animated film from Sony Pictures.
The tape is located after the events of Spider-Man: A new universe and shows us Miles Morales embarking on a new adventure across the multiverse alongside Gwen Stacy and Peter Benjamin Parker, who find themselves in a Spider-Men citadel.
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However, due to various discrepancies with Spider-Man 2099, Miles Morales decides to follow his own steps when dealing with a danger that threatens the existence of all spider versions.. Will it achieve its purpose?
Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse will be released in theaters next June 2, 2023. What do you think of the visit of the young man dressed as Spider-Man to Pope Francis? Tell us your impressions in our comments section.