November 30, 2021

Spider-Man blows up the multiverse and its villains in new No Way Home trailer

Marvel and Sony have unveiled the long-awaited new trailer for the film Spider-Man : No Way Home. And unsurprisingly, it’s a big disappointment.

Since the release of Spider-Man : Far from Home, which signaled the return of JK Simmons to the Spider-Man universe, we suspected that the multiverse would be involved in one way or another in the franchise and the MCU, even more with Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) as the new chaperone. And it was not the announcements around Electro, Dr. Octopus or the Green Goblin that cast any doubt on the sequence of events, more and more obvious and predictable.

No Way Home

Whether it’s because of the promotion, thousands of rumors, or photos stolen during filming, the next Spider-Man : No Way Home doesn’t seem to have much left to surprise fans, if this is not the big rumor and theory that has been shaking the web for several months: the hypothetical reunion of the three Sony Spider-Man, that of the Sam Raimi trilogy (hired by Marvel to produce Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness), that of Marc Webb and that of the MCU. So you might as well break the suspense right away: Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man makes no appearance in this new three-minute trailer, which unfortunately continues to spoil its entire plot.

This video thus brings its share of confirmations. Doctor Strange has notably confirmed – if we still need it – that the villains that the old Avenger will have to face come from different universes and realities, pushing the doors of the multiverse down a little deeper after the series Loki and What If…?. We also note that during the presentations with Tom Holland, Dr. Octopus does not recognize the face of Peter Parker, which still leaves hope (fear?) An appearance or a cameo of the previous interpreters of the Spider-Man.

photoVenom did not receive his invitation card

Even though their presence in the film had been nothing secret for months, the trailer also offers a glimpse of the Sinister Six (or rather their revamp for the MCU), with Dr. Octopus – who has it all. seem to be tacking to join the good guys – but also and above all the Green Goblin by Willem Dafoe who was only entitled to a few winks in the previous trailer and five square millimeters in the background on the attach.

Electro (Jamie Foxx), Le Lézard (Rhys Ifans) and L’Homme-sable (Thomas Haden Church) joined in the festivities., which in the trailer ends in a scene very similar to the death of Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man: A Hero’s Fate. Obviously, the big reveal of Jon Watts’ film will most certainly be in the obligatory post-credits scene, which could have something to do with that of Venom: Let There Be Carnage, even if the world would be better off without it.

The film will be released in theaters on December 15 in France.