The long-awaited trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home has finally arrived. After a day-to-day disclosure, the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer picks up news threads on Spider-Man: Far Home credit scenes. Specifically, J.James Jameson revealed to the world that Peter Parker and the wall are one. Peter even faced questions from the police about Mysterio’s death, as well as long-distance observations from his schoolmates.
Other familiar faces include Benedict Cumberbatch such as Doctor Strange, MJ’s Spidey, Ned, Happy Hogan, and Aunt May, and Alfred Molina’s Dr. Octopus’ return from 2004’s Spider-Man. Fans even laughed at the return of the Green Goblin and other well-placed Goblin bombs.
Spider-Man: No Way Home, First Official Trailer
The caravan seems to be heavily indebted to Spider-Man’s comedy story “One More Day,” in which Peter Parker makes an alliance with the devil, aka Mephisto, to make his identity more private and public. Instead of turning to a demonic person, Tom Holland’s Spidey visits the Sanctum Sanctorum to see Dr. Strange. After telling Stephen Strange of his recent problems, he asks if there is any witchcraft to restore his secret identity. This is obviously a very dangerous spell, you think Wong tells the Great Witch not to go through it.
Unfortunately, Peter starts asking for small tweaks so that he doesn’t have MJ, Ned, or Aunt May not forget he’s Spider-Man, which creates a rift in the crowd. “We have used the stability of time,” said Dr. Strange. “Multiverse is a concept we know very little about.” A good doctor also warns that Spider-Man lives two different lives, if he does that for a long time that causes great damage to everyone around him.
As for the Green Goblin and Doc Oct, their new arrivals approach the edge of the No Way Home trailer in the burning spot on a busy highway. Peter is shown wearing his Iron Spider outfit from Avengers: Infinity War and Avenger: Endgame just as the Goblin bomb explodes and Doct Octopus’s metal bar raises Alfred Molina.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is directed by Jon Watts and star Tom Holland. The film enters theaters on 17 December 2021.
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