May 24, 2022

Spider-Man: 280 million subscribers spoiled by a star … and it’s not Tom Holland! – Cinema news

Megane Choquet

Streaming film and series journalist

Journalist specializing in films and series on platforms of all genres. This does not prevent him from remaining faithful to the small skylight and the big screen.

Social media is full of Spider-Man: No Way Home spoilers, but the biggest of them was revealed early on by a celebrity on his Instagram account to over 280 million followers.

Warning, spoilers. It is advisable to have seen Spider-Man: No Way Home before continuing to read this article.

In theaters since December 15, Spider-Man: No Way Home has been a hit with fans with an impressive box office score. From the first day of theatrical release, social media has been abuzz with spoilers and other screenshots of fans in total excitement at the film’s many surprises.

Since then, it has been the cross and the banner to avoid spoilers on social networks. But just days after the film was released in the United States, a celebrity revealed a key moment from the film by posting several photos in a story on his Instagram account.

At the end of December 2021, Kim Kardashian thus published images of the former interpreters of Spider-Man, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, present in No Way Home to help Tom Holland fight villains from the past. And Internet users did not appreciate this huge spoiler at all and made it clear.

The star then deleted her Instagram story, but the damage was done. The dominance of Marvel, whose intrigues are often based on theories, cameos and other surprises, at the box office and in the world of series on Disney + now, raises the question of the “limitation period” of spoilers. When is it possible to discuss a major plot on Twitter, Instagram or even TikTok? And this, even with warnings?

Obviously, a certain part of Internet users have nothing to do with spoiling the revelations and other major surprises of films and series. That being said, we can surely consider that the “limitation period” has now passed for Spider-Man: No Way Home, since Tom Holland himself is starting to share videos of the blockbuster in ses stories Instagram, including one filming the explosive reactions of the public at the Grand Rex in Paris to the arrival of Andrew Garfield.