Scooby doo this crap getting all hyped up because Doctor Strange uses it in the Spider-Man: No Way Home. Stay tuned for the full picture.
Spider-Man: No way home is now no newer for us. Because of the trailers, many things are now coming up which are attached to the character directly or indirectly.
Let us look at the full insights.
Although all the characters are equally important in Spider-Man: No way home, villains and heroes are paramount to be considered. On a similar note, the fans were all ears when Doctor strange quoted Spider Man that “Scooby doo this crap.”
Spider-Man: No way home trailer this time has come up with suspense; surprisingly, people wonder why Doctor strange calls Peter Parker like this.
The whole incident has a clear logic behind it because villains in the movie do not recognize Peter Parker as Spider-Man, as Doc ock also narrates Peter Parker as “You’re not Peter Parker.”
Apart from some particular scenes, more than half of the film is based on villains targeting Peter Parker and among the villains.
In the movie, Doctor strange firmly believes that all spider man villains have to die; eventually, Peter Parker wants the opposite, i.e., he wants to save them all.
Since the first time the trailers of a movie were released, fans are in no surprise breaking each scene into different segments and trying to understand the scenes in clarity. Moreover, in one scene, the fans have understandably noticed Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man eyes.
If we just remove away a bit from the track, then the whole line “Scooby doo this crap” has a logical meaning within itself.
According to many experts, the line is related to a joke, which was very well crafted in three Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, where a warlock (who looks a lot like the MCU Doctor Strange) helps Scooby. The gang returns thirteen dangerous ghosts to captivity in a chest.
It is directly related to the Scooby-doo part because in the cartoon also, it is seen that a bunch of kids let all the ghosts try to fix the chest, and similarly it is noticed in Spider-Man: No Way Home also where a kid helps the villains to fix up where they come from.
This particular incident shows that both things have so much in common.
The whole theme of the particular incident is creative and shows a great observation by the producers and scriptwriter that they inserted it here.