Spider-Man: No Way Home is making an impression on the MTV Movie & TV Awards after being the largest movie of a previous couple of years — and ranking among the top domestic box office performers of all time. No Way Home became a fans’ favorite almost immediately, and many believe it to be one of the finest films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Spider-Man: No Way Home took home many awards at the MTV Movie & TV Awards on Sunday night, demonstrating the popularity of the film.
At the MTV Awards on Sunday night, Tom Holland‘s third Spider-Man flick won him the prize for Best Movie Performance. At the presentation, Spider-Man: No Way Home also won Best Movie. Some fans expected No Way Home to win more than two awards, but the pair was more than many other titles were able to achieve.
Going into Sunday night’s presentation, Spider-Man: No Way Home was nominated for seven distinct prizes. Spider-Man was up for Best Performance in a Movie, Best Hero, Best Villain, Best Kiss, Best Fight, and Best Team, in addition to the main prize of Best Movie.
No Way Home was up against extremely tough superhero opposition in the bulk of its categories, which should come as no surprise. Three comic book films were nominated in the Best Movie category, with The Batman and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings joining Spider-Man: No Way Home. Dune, Scream, and The Adam Project were also nominated.
Candidates for the Best Performance in a Movie category came from a variety of genres, resulting in an unexpected field. Holland was set to reprise his role as Peter Parker in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the sixth time, continuing a string of critically acclaimed performances. Lady Gaga for House of Gucci, Robert Pattinson for The Batman, Sandra Bullock for The Lost City, and Timothee Chalamet for Dune were among the rest of the field.
The Best Hero competition was maybe the most exciting for No Way Home. Holland has long been a fan favorite, but he was up against three other Marvel Cinematic Universe stars, giving Marvel Studios an 80% chance of winning the prize. Scarlett Johansson, Simu Liu, and Oscar Isaac, as well as Daniel Craig from No Time to Die, were up against Holland for Best Hero.