‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Trailer All But Confirms Presence of Past Spider-Men
With Marvel and Sony finally debuting the highly anticipated teaser for the next Peter Parker adventure in the MCU, we’re here to tell you why the Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer all but confirms the presence of past Spider-Men.
Amidst a plethora of leaked trailers and plot points, Sony finally debuts the first look at Spider-Man; No Way Home at Cinemacon late last night.
The film’s first teaser trailer gave fans a glimpse into what Peter’s life looks like following Mysterio’s divulging of his secret identity and the fall out of a spell gone wrong after Doctor Strange tried to make the world forget Spider-Mans greatest secret.
The trailer concluded with the incredible sequences alluding to a very dangerous presence of some of Sony’s greatest live-action interpretations of some of Spider-Mans most fearsome foes.
With all of the leaks and narrative points that have made their way to the public, it appears that the trailer displaying these villainous figures also confirms what many have speculated about.
The Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer all but confirms the presence of past Spider-Men; as the movie seems to be building to the ultimate showdown between the Spider-Men throughout Sony’s history, and their villains.
This means that fans will, in fact, get to see Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire reprise their iconic turns as the character in this next installment of the MCU.
It’s an opportunity unlike any other; for the past incarnations of a character to all unite on one screen to fight their various foes throughout their various films.
What Marvel has set in motion with Spider-Man: No Way Home is quite unlike anything that has ever been developed in the superhero film genre; with the culmination of years of Spider-Man movies all coming together for this massive spectacle event.
It is still uncertain what level of involvement these characters will have on the story, but the trailer’s use of their past villains all but confirms their eventual, and perhaps inevitable, presence in the MCU’s final chapter of Peter Parkers trilogy.