After being leaked on social media Sunday night, the official trailer for Marvel’s highly anticipated “Spider-Man: No Way Home” is finally here.
The leaked news was trending on Twitter, while some accounts shared what looked like a trailer, while others were trying to predict the consequences of the suspect’s spill. Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer Leaks Out, Is Rapidly Taken Down by Sony.
Sony did not immediately respond to the request for comment. Star Tom Holland posted the message “You Ain`t Ready!”, As mentioned in the news of the leak. To his Instagram story.
The Spider-Man: No Way Home official trailer arrives in a fuzzy situation. A day ago the trailer version of No Way Home was leaked online and Sony issued a takedown notice.
Sony Motion Picture Group Chairman Tom Rothman, who wasn’t scheduled to come to CinemaCon but decided to break from his vacation, introduced the trailer at CinemaCon . He admitted the leak as “It deserves to be seen in the high-quality finished form in which it was made.”. Sony’s Twitter account also acknowledged the leak and tweeted, “Shout out to real people watching the first trailer right now.”
Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer
Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) steps into Tony Stark’s shoes as Peter Parker’s mentor. And yes, it’s the final scene Alfred Molina, reenacting his role as Doctor Octopus, who first appeared in 2004’s Spider-Man 2. Check out the trailer below
The trailer shows Peter fighting in the aftermath of the 2019 Spider-Man: Far from Home. He goes to Doctor Strange for a spell that erases everyone’s memory. No, it doesn’t go according to plan, and multiple crazy universes spread out.
“We tampered with the stability of space-time,” Doctor Strange tells Peter. “The multiverse is a concept about which we know frighteningly little.”
A clear flash of light is seen in the dark scene, signaling the revival of Jamie Foxx’s baddie Electro. Willem Dafoe’s character’s Green Goblin is a quick cut to one green goblin pumpkin bomb thrown on the highway.
In the following narration, you hear a strange warning: “Be careful what you wish for, Parker.” After that, Alfred Molina reappeared as Doctor Octopus, who died in Spider-Man 2.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to be released on December 17th.