Possibly the most anticipated trailer of the whole year is here. ‘ Spider-Man: No Way Home ‘ had already given us a first preview a few months ago in which Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus was the big surprise. We were also shown how a failed spell from Doctor Strange opened the door to the multiverse in Peter Parker’s neighborhood. It’s time to find out if Sony Pictures and Marvel have thrown a lot of surprises or if we’ll have to keep waiting for the Jon Watts movie to hit theaters in December:
The “visitors” from other universes star in this trailer that promises many epic scenes from the hand of the villains Doctor Octopus ( Alfred Molina ), Green Goblin ( Willem Dafoe ), and Jamie Foxx’s Electro, who until now had only been hinted at through the official poster. But without a doubt, there is a very special moment that brings back bad memories for those multiversal Spideys: the moment when MJ falls into the void … Not again, please!
Hours before publishing the trailer, the distributor released a video in which Tom Holland, Jacob Batalon, and Zendaya reacted to the trailer. ” People are going to go crazy when they see that piece, “ Batalon said near the end of the video. Guess what moment would be the one they just saw?
In ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home‘ we will see how Spidey’s life is turned upside down since Mysterio ( Jake Gyllenhaal ) struck him one last and unexpected blow: aided by J. Jonah Jameson ( JK Simmons ) he exposed his true identity to the world. Desperate to regain his anonymity, he goes to the Sanctum Sanctorum to ask Doctor Strange ( Benedict Cumberbatch ) for help. But something goes wrong and Peter will have to face new threats … that do not come from his timeline .
Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jacob Batalon lead the cast again, again joined by Marisa Tomei and Jon Favreau. Benedict Cumberbatch reprises the role of the Supreme Sorcerer, but he will not mentor Peter again. Spider-Man is already a full-fledged superhero and, as such, he will have to fight his battles without hiding behind a new Tony Stark.
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ opens in theaters on December 17.