Marvel's SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Official Teaser Trailer

The film’s being released December 17.

Link in spoiler box because otherwise it’ll show a screen shot that reveals a bit of info some may not want to know. (of course there’ll be more spoilers if you watch the the trailer).

Well, that looks great. And it might as well be the second … that guy … movie for the amount of screentime he got. And psyched for who else is returning.

It looks really good. The way they’re taking the plot does increase the chance that it’s just complete nonsense, but I think it’ll be a fun one. The previous two were both good.

I predict alternate universe fatigue will set in some time in 2022. It’s why I stopped reading comics in the ‘90s.

I think we’re going to get:

  • Tobey Maguire
  • Andrew Garfield
  • Doc Ock <----confirmed
  • Dafoe’s Green Goblin
  • Electro <–Jamie Foxx
  • Sandman
  • something else?

Some people are claiming to see Charlie Cox as Daredevil in the trailer, but I’m not sure.

A SpiderGwen would be cool. Or SpiderHam, I’m not picky.

The chance of nonsense is extremely high. And the return of one loved villain would be fun, but the apparent bringing back of many (all?) is too much if it turns into constant battles. I want to like this because the other Spidermans have been great and it looks imaginative, but I’m fearing overload.

I’m already there. Alternate timelines mean low stakes. I don’t care who wins or who dies, because it will all change soon enough.

Into the Spider-Verse did it right, where what happened in each universe was unchangeable and had consequences. I don’t have much hope for this one.

I mean, the plot for this looks similar to Spider-Verse where there’s multiple universes crossing over into the main MCU universe. The main MCU timeline will keep moving, they aren’t going to keep changing it. My bet is that at the end of the movie Peter realizes that trying to undo the past is a huge mistake and at the end everyone still knows he’s Spider-Man.

If they want to set up a sinister six, take those four villains and add Vulture and Scorpion from the Homecoming end credits scene, and there you go.

Spiderverse did show a good basic structure for a story like this. The multiverse part of the plot was mainly just used to get a team together - otherwise it’s a relatively straightforward “team of heroes fights to stop bad guy’s apocalypse plan” plot. Maybe all these old characters only appear in the climactic battle. There could be a ton of quick cameos that way.

It also could be a bit of a fakeout. Doc Ock in Spiderman 2 was a good guy until he got zapped, so the Doc Ock in this movie could just be a good guy from a universe where that accident never happened.

Spider-Man Noir. Played by Nic Cage. You know you want to see it.

Vincent D’onofrio as Kingpin.