What’s revealed in the ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ trailer and what we still don’t know?
The Spider-Verse has returned. This time, it’s in real-time.
The first trailer for “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” a sequel to the trilogy that introduced us to the popular superhero web-swinging around in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has been published.
However, things have gotten off to a shaky start.
After the trailer was leaked online on Sunday,
Marvel Studios and Sony were forced to release a high-quality version on Monday, before too many eager eyes saw the pirated version.
What’s the big deal? Fans are curious as to how many Spider-Men will appear in this film. After hearing that anybody who has ever been Spider-Man or ever considered being Spider-Man is in this film, the trailer was eagerly anticipated.
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And don’t forget about the movie that proved that having several spiders in a film can work: “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” which won an Academy Award. Miles Morales was the first to do it.
So, what exactly does the trailer imply?
Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) will undoubtedly appear in this film (which comes as no surprise) and will play a major role in any potential multiverse hijinks.
Spider-secret The Man’s identity was revealed to the world at the end of 2019’s
“Spider-Man: Far From Home,” and now it appears that Peter Parker (Tom Holland), MJ (Zendaya), and their entire family and friends are dealing with the fallout. Peter Parker visits Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum, where he asks the Sorcerer Supreme (whom he met in the Avengers movies) whether there is a spell he can perform to make the world forget that Peter Parker and Spider-Man are the same people.
Doctor Strange, who was previously renowned as one of the MCU’s most brilliant minds,
agrees with Peter’s request and begins casting a spell. But when Peter admits he’s worried about keeping the few people who know his secret in the dark, he has second thoughts. Doctor Strange is sufficiently distracted by his second thoughts that the spell does not work as expected, resulting in instant multiverse lunacy.
After the successful series, “WandaVision” and “Loki” on Disney Plus, magic and parallel universes are nothing new to the MCU,
but neither of those shows has attempted what this Spider-Man film is reportedly destined to do.
What about the other Spider-Men? Are they in the room? Are we going to see Tobey Maguire,
the original $100 million opening weekend hero, and Andrew Garfield, the guy he passed his web-shooters to, now that the fabric of reality has been ripped? Is it possible to cram three Spider-Men into a single film? Did that even possible, given that they aren’t shown in this trailer? Is it for important roles or just fast appearances if they’re here?
It’s too early to tell, and it’d be ridiculous to believe we’d have those answers so quickly. It’s possible that you’ll have to wait until Christmas to see this film.
However, based on the few surprises revealed in this video, such excitement may be justified. There’s the Green Goblin pumpkin bomb we saw bouncing around,
Jamie Foxx’s return as Electro (which he teased in since-deleted Instagram postings), and a special treat: Alfred Molina’s return as Doctor Octopus. Who are the bad guys? They’re on their way. From a variety of Spider-Man film universes.
What about the other Spider-Guys? Time will tell, as shattered as it is in our universe right now.
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