A clip that looked like a teaser trailer for Sony/Marvel Studios’ ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ was leaked out on TikTok on Sunday. Immediately it was removed from all social media with a copyright infringement complaint.
It won’t be long before the official trailer of SpiderMan: No Way Home goes online. But many fans ignored an important virtue when a very lower-grade version leaked this weekend. As The Hollywood Reporter mentioned, the leaked footage spread like fires on the plain around Twitter. Users made copies and uploaded them to their accounts, but the studio took immediate action. They tried to suppress everything with the copyright claim.
When Will Official Trailer of Spider-Man: No Way Home Be Released?
Marvel fans are expecting a trailer for ‘No Way Home’ to be released this week, as Sony is set to host its annual Las Vegas CinemaCon presentation on Monday. Even if a trailer is shown at CinemaCon, that does not necessarily mean that the trailer is released at the same time. Some trailers shown at industry trade shows contain in-progress footage, including unfinished CGI. For example, in 2018, James Wan released a rough cut from a trailer for the DC movie ‘Aquaman’, highlighting that the visual effects were not yet complete. The trailer was not released by Warner Bros. until three months after CinemaCon.
You can easily say that Spider-Man: Far From Home ended with a crazy cliffhanger, as Spider-Man was both outed as Peter Parker and declared to be a terrorist. MCU diehards fans are dying to discover what happens next. The movie will include Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange. There are constant rumors that Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire will also appear in alternative space versions of the characters.
It’s still unclear exactly when the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer will be released. Sony is holding a presentation tomorrow night at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. It also seems likely that the event will be held. Let’s take a look at the big hits first. Regardless of when the footage is released, it will be available on The Daily Story, as soon as it goes live. So, keep an eye out for a variety of up-to-date information about the upcoming Tom Holland movie.
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is set for release on Dec. 17.