Doctor Otto Octavius is being interrogated by Peter Parker & Doctor Strange in a new trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home:
In a new trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home (Alfred Molina), Doctor Otto Octavius is being interrogated by Peter Parker (Tom Holland) and Doctor Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) in a new Spider-Man trailer. At the end of the trailer, which was shared on Twitter by Sony Pictures UK, Doctor Strange admits that Doc Ock knows a Spider-Man version of Peter at the opening of the trailer. The villain, on the other hand, claims that the Peter he knows isn’t standing next to Doctor Strange. The trailer then includes a brief overview of No Way Home’s antagonists, as well as a brief explanation of how they wound up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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The Doc Ock in No Way Home is based on the one who originally debuted in Spider-Man 2: The Amazing Adventures in 2004:
The Doc Ock in No Way Home is based on the one who originally debuted in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2, directed by Tobey Magurie and starring Tobey Magurie as Peter Parker. In that film, Doc Ock became a supervillain when an experiment gone wrong killed his wife and merged him with a set of mechanical tentacles. While Doc Ock did not survive that film, the other former Spider-Man villains that made cameo appearances in No Way Home all died in their respective films. Flint Marko/Sandman is the sole genuine exception, since he appears to have survived the events of Spider-Man 3. Because so many prior Spider-Man villains have returned, it’s been speculated that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield may reprise their roles as Peter Parker in No Way Home. Garfield, for one, has repeatedly denied that he will return to No Way Home. However, it’s not unusual for performers who appear in MCU films in high-profile cameos or covert roles to deny their involvement.
No Way Home is a direct sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home, which was released in 2019:
No Way Home is a direct sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home, which was released in 2019. Quentin Beck/Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) is killed during the Battle of London after being hit by one of E.D.I.T.H.’s drones at the conclusion of the film. He did, however, succeed in framing Peter for his death and revealing his true identity to the world. As a result, Peter seeks out Doctor Strange, who casts a spell that allows Spider-Man to reclaim his identity. Things, however, go bad, and the two end up splitting the multiverse apart. Spider-Man: No Way Home, directed by Jon Watts, will be released on December 17th. It’s unclear when Holland will next appear as Spider-Man following the release of that film.