Sony, the production company of the movie Spider-Man: No Way Home, revealed the first official trailer for the new work, which is going to be released on December 17th, after postponing the release of the new movie from July to December of the same year 2021, due to the Corona virus repercussions.
Among the most important part of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” trailer, is Dr. Otto Octavius character’s appearance after 17 years, in addition to Dr. Strange appearance as well, with the rest of the heroes.
Spider-Man: No Way Home revolves around the first appearance in the cinematic history of Spider-Man, where the true character of the hero is revealed, making him unable to separate his normal life from the great dangers of being a superhero, but when he seeks help from Dr. Strange, the stakes become more dangerous, forcing him to discover what it really means to be Spider-Man.
Details & expectations:
There is no official plot summary for Spider-Man: No Way Home at this time, so all that follows is a guess based on pre-existing information.
The third Spider-Man movie will almost certainly deal with the fallout from the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home, in which Spidey was originally accused of being a drone-controlled terrorist by Mysterio.
After Peter revealed his identity in the Marvel Comics Civil War series, powerful magic was used to make everyone forget, so it’s believed Dr. Strange could do something similar to help him out of his public identity situation, in the MCU. We’ll have to wait and see, but at least a connection between No Way Home and the second Dr. Strange movie has been confirmed.
Also, rumors that several Spidey villains are entering the scene may be the movie setting for the story of Sinister Six, essentially a team of enemies to give Peter a harder time. Assuming Electro and Doc Ock made the cut, Adrian Toomes vulture would make a lot of sense, as would Mysterio if he could fake his own death and survive away from home. There are four: Scorpio, aka Mac Gargan (played by Michael Mando) is already in the MCU as well, with the exception of his alter ego.. And as we can tell, this makes five.
We saw Michael Keaton appear in the trailer for Morbius, the non-MCU spin-off from Spider-Man – could Jared Leto’s character be the sixth? Or could it be someone else? Again, this is just speculation, but the team of villains seems reasonable to us, based on what we’ve heard about the cast so far. Sony has also been trying to bring Sinister Six to the big screen for a long time, and once partnered with Drew Goddard to direct a movie based on the character.
Meanwhile, the headline “No Way Home” probably refers to Peter having to live his life on the go, unable to protect his friends or family now that his identity has been revealed.
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” Stars:
Zendaya, Tom Holland, Jon Favreau, Benedict Cumberbatch, Angourie Rice, Marisa Tomei, J. Simmons, Benedict Wong, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, Martin Starr, Jacob Batalon.