It’s barely a month away from the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home and fans are already more than excited for the film, with many terming it as the most anticipated Marvel Cinematic Universe film since Avengers: Endgame. While we got our hands on a new trailer this week, which confirmed the return of some classic Spider-Man villains of the past Spidey franchises, there’s still a lot of speculation around the film, so every newly released footage sends the entire social media into a frenzy. A new post by Movie Zoned has given fans a glimpse at an all-new TV spot, featuring some never-seen-before scenes.
Unfortunately, this clip seems to be made off of someone’s television, so its quality might be slightly bad. However, it has some funny moments from Happy Hogan, played by Jon Favreau and Daily Bugle’s J. Jonah Jameson. You can see it below.
Here’s the footage:
Tom Holland also showed up during a No Way Home trailer screening, hinting at some major action sequences, something like fans are yet to see onscreen.
“You’re going to see a style of fighting like you’ve never seen in a Spider-Man movie before, and that was down to our stunt coordinator George Cottle. They designed these fights to shock you guys, to really put you on your back feet. And when we were shooting this one scene in particular, it’s like this, I reckon a 35-beat fight scene between myself and one of the villains, and we shot it over and over and over again over three or four days, and I remember my knuckles were all bloody and I was knackered and we were fighting and fighting. In all fairness, it was awful, it was such a difficult time, but in the film, it’s so spectacular and it is so overwhelming and you’ve never seen Peter Parker quite like it. I’m really excited to see what you guys think,” Holland shared.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Will Hit The Theaters On December 17
The recently released trailer also features the return of Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man (2002). During the same event, Holland even opened up about meeting Dafoe.
“It was actually a funny story of when I met Willem for the first time,” Holland shared. “Obviously at that time all of the villains in the film it was a huge secret that they were in the film. So they would walk around set with these cloaks on and naturally you know these guys were very excited to be coming back and bringing these roles back to life that they came to set a week before they started shooting to just see what it was like. Meet Jon (Watts, director), meet myself, hang out on set, and have a good time. I just sort of bumped into this guy in a cloak. I was like, ‘Watch out mate.’ And he took his hood off and I almost got really scared. ‘Oh sh*t, the Goblin is here.’ He was lovely, he was really wonderful. A real joy to work with.”