Spider-Man: No Way Home swings into theaters Next December, and the hype train has without a doubt left the station.
The next movie in Marvel’s Phase four slate, which has been co-developed alongside Sony Pictures, appears like it’s going to carry the curtain down on Tom Holland’s run as the iconic web-slinger. And, based totally on its present-day trailer and a new profile piece on the star, that looks like it will be the case, too.
No Way Home’s 2nd trailer dropped online on Tuesday, November 16, and it gave us a much better idea of what the movie will be about. Not solely that, however, we additionally obtained confirmation on which villains will show up in Spidey’s 1/3 MCU outing. But it appears that Marvel and Sony are holding onto some secrets and techniques till release, even if the internet is properly aware of whether or not sure persons will show up or not.
So what else do we know about Spider-Man: No Way Home? Below, we go through all of the rumors and news we’ve heard about the film so far. You’ll find more information on the film’s release date, sizeable cast, its two trailers, potential plot points, other prominent leaks, and what we’d like to see as part of the Marvel Phase 4 flick.
Expect plenty of potentially big spoilers for Spider-Man: Far From Home, as well as some bits and pieces on other Marvel properties including Loki and WandaVision. You have been warned.
The second Spider-Man No Way Home trailer landed online on November 16, and it’s set to be the darkest, most action-packed Spidey film yet.
We get a better glimpse at Doc Ock and Green Goblin’s respective returns, while we also get official confirmation that Electro, Sandman, and Lizard will be part of the movie’s villain-stacked cast.
Not only that, but we’re treated to more plot points that allude to a breakdown in Spider-Man and Doctor Strange’s working relationship, callbacks to previous live-action Spider-Man movies, and a couple of light-hearted moments that show No Way Home won’t be completely serious in tone.
Check out the latest trailer above, and then read on to view the first trailer, which arrived in late August.
After an unfinished trailer leaked on the internet, No Way Home’s first trailer straight away arrived following its CinemaCon premiere on August 26.
The footage confirmed several rumors that have surrounded the movie. Based on the video above, Peter Parker will be searching for Doctor Strange’s assist so that his secret identification as Spider-Man will, well, go again to being secret.
As followers will remember, Peter’s identification used to be published by using Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio at the stop of Spider-Man: Far From Home. No Way Home’s first trailer suggests that Peter is having a torrid time with all of the publicity (not to point out the truth that people think he killed Mysterio) so he goes to Strange with the hope of reversing that revelation.
Things do not go to plan, though, and the pair wind up contributing to the arrival of the Marvel Cinematic Multiverse (MCM). We say ‘contribute’ as it appears like Wanda Maximoff and Sylvie (a Loki time-variant) have additionally had a hand in it during Disney Plus shows WandaVision and Loki.
As the footage shows, previous iterations of Spider-Man villains which includes Doc Ock flip up in Peter’s fact and apparently start wreaking havoc. So it appears like it’s going to be up to Spider-Man (or may want to that be Spider-Men?) to retailer the day again.
Spider-Man No Way Home cast: who is playing who?
Tom Holland is reprising the role of Peter Parker, Jacob Batalon is back as Peter’s friend Ned, and Zendaya will return as MJ.
Marisa Tomei and Jon Favreau are also back as Aunt May and Happy Hogan. Tony Revolori, too, seems to have reprised his role as Flash Thompson complete with a blonde hair makeover, as we see in the first trailer.
Benedict Cumberbatch’s Stephen Strange will likely take over Iron Man’s role as Spider-Man’s mentor-in-chief and help to undo the multiversal damage that he helped to create. Alfred Molina, fresh from confirming his return as Otto Octavius to Variety, is also part of proceedings.
As we mentioned above, too, a wide variety of previous Spider-Man villains are back in the fold. Jamie Foxx’s Electro, Rhys Ifans’ Lizard, Thomas Hayden Christiansen’s Sandman, and Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin will all be back for this multiversal epic. J.K. Simmons will also cameo as J. Jonah Jameson as he did in Far From Home.
There’s also been lots of speculation about Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield reprising their respective iterations of Peter Parker/Spider-Man.
Garfield and Holland have consistently played down suggestions that the former web slingers will be back, but images have emerged online of Maguire and Garfield reportedly being seen on set. We won’t post them here but, if you’re lucky, you’ll find them on social media or Reddit.
In a Variety profile piece, Garfield attempted to bat off those rumors again, even though he admitted that it would be cool” if all three live-action Spider-Man iterations teamed up. He’s denied being involved in other interviews since, too, especially during the press tour for his recent Netflix movie Tick, Tick… Boom
Garfield also tried to throw fans (and host Jimmy Fallon) off the scent during an appearance on The Tonight Show. The Hacksaw Ridge actor was asked about the recently leaked image and footage of Garfield and Maguire in their Spider-Man costumes. Garfield was non-committal, in our opinion, but see what you think from the 3:38 mark in the video below:
Spider-Man No Way Home story: what will the plot be about?
Per the film’s official site, an official synopsis reads: “For the first time in the cinematic records of Spider-Man, our friendly local hero is unmasked and no longer able to separate his regular life from the high-stakes of being a Super Hero. When he asks for assist from Doctor Strange the stakes turn out to be even more dangerous, forcing him to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man.”
The third Spider-Man film will deal with the repercussions of Far From Home’s ending, the place Spidey used to be accused of being a drone-controlling terrorist via Mysterio, and J. Jonah Jameson made an appearance to expose the superhero’s secret identification as Peter Parker.
So it appears like Peter is being taken to the courtroom for allegedly murdering Mysterio. Given he is back in school at some point, even though we assume he (with Matt Murdock’s potential help) will be found innocent. However, with his secret identification revealed, this is solely the first step in clearing his name, so to speak.
In Marvel comics, there may be a precedent for Peter asking for the aid of magical beings, too.
After Peter published his identity in the Civil War comedian series, his Aunt May was once shot as a derivative of that decision. In a bid to give up her from dying, Peter and Mary Jane – who have been married at the time – requested the demon lord Mephisto to keep May’s life. In exchange, Peter and Mary Jane would supply up their marriage, which Mephisto agrees to. Using his powerful magic, Mephisto alters the path of records to reflect these changes.
Now that two trailers are out, we understand that the controversial (and actively disliked) One More Day comedian storyline involving Peter’s identification and magic can also be loosely adapted here. Rather than Mephisto, though, it looks Doctor Strange will be the one to try and alter the timeline.
Spider-Man No Way Home: is this Tom Holland’s final outing?
Speaking to GQ in November, Holland alluded to the truth that he may additionally hang up his web-shooters after No Way Home is released. And it looks like he has a really cool thought for where Spidey must go next.
“Maybe it is time for me to move on,” he admitted. “Maybe what’s high-quality for Spider-Man is that they do a Miles Morales film. I have to take Peter Parker into account as nicely due to the fact he is a necessary phase of my life. If I’m enjoying Spider-Man after I’m 30, I’ve completed something wrong.”
There’s a chance that Holland can also stick around for a bit longer, thought you. The character was once seen in a post-credits scene in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which may also trace at a showdown between Spider-Man and the symbiotic antihero. After that, though, who’s to say whether or not Holland will continue as the iconic superhero. He’s 25 now so if he wants out through the time he is 30, he’ll solely have one or two movies left in him.
It’ll be a sad day when Holland does go away – he is been a high-quality Spider-Man, bringing a freshness and youthfulness to the function that used to be arguably lacking from Maguire and Garfield’s versions. Whatever happens, we are going to be cherishing this potentially final runout from Holland when No Way Home arrives in theaters next month.
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