The Spider-Man: No Way Home teaser contains a number of big spoilers for the upcoming MCU film:
The Spider-Man: No Way Home teaser has numerous big announcements regarding the next Marvel Cinematic Universe film, but it also mocks fans for leaking information. No Way Home continues to tease a universe-altering plot for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The latest teaser depicts more of the consequences when Peter Parker (Tom Holland) messes up Doctor Strange’s (Benedict Cumberbatch) memory wipe spell, and prior Spider-Man villains make an appearance in the MCU. More sequences of the villains, including Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock, Thomas Haden Church’s Sandman, and Rhys Ifans’ Lizard, are seen in the footage. Electro, played by Jamie Foxx, also receives a makeover. Everything then culminates in a major conflict, which appears to put MJ (Zendaya) in danger.
For months, rumors have circulated that previous Spider-Man stars will also feature in the upcoming movie:
For months, rumors have circulated that previous Spider-Man performers will also feature in the future picture. Images circulating on the internet purport to depict both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield reprising their roles as Peter Parker, assisting Holland’s version of the superhero in combating the invading enemies. Aside from obvious leaks, the trailers continually drop Easter eggs concerning the characters’ looks. For example, Tom Holland appears in a suit that seems very similar to Maguire’s from a prior Spider-Man film. No Way Home is virtually taunting fans about Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield being in the MCU film at this point. In the latest teaser, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man battles the MCU’s invading villains while working on a construction site near the Statue of Liberty. Moreover, despite allegations that the No Way Home leaks involving Maguire and Garfield were bogus, the video incorporates similar-looking landscapes. The scaffolding seen in the leaks is clearly seen in the new film. Furthermore, the other Spider-Man actors appear to have been chopped out of several parts in the teaser. The Lizard is even assaulted by an invisible entity, who may be Garfield’s Peter Parker after Marvel removes him from the scene.
Marvel is clearly taunting fans over Andrew & Tobey’s appearance in the movie:
At this point, Marvel is clearly playing with fans’ emotions. So far, people behind the project have adamantly denied that previous Spider-Man performers would participate in it. Garfield has often refused to answer questions in interviews. Despite their denials, the trailer contains video that appears to validate the leaks. Marvel also blatantly chopped out individuals, most likely the other Spider-Man actors, from sequences. As a result, the trailer is teasing viewers, basically dragging them along regarding the actors’ appearance before confirming it. If Marvel had wanted to keep the actors’ potential roles in the film a secret, the studio would not have included sequences with Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield taken out. With Spider-Man: No Way Home clocking in at roughly three hours, there should be plenty of extra footage accessible. Instead, Marvel, for obvious reasons, elected to remove characters from situations. The move is effectively gaslighting viewers into believing the characters aren’t there in the scenes while there is strong evidence that they are. As a result, the Spider-Man: No Way Home teaser reveals Marvel as the film’s main villain.