The new trailer for “Spider-Man: No Way Home” has arrived. And inevitably, it is fraught with revelations. Focus on a new trailer which reveals a lot of information about Jon Watts’ film!
A second trailer for Spider-Man No: Way Home
This new trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home allows us to enter a little more into the plot of the film. These new images clarify the involvement of the different characters (including the villains) within the story. Unfortunately, unsurprisingly, this new trailer does not bring anything new concerning the appearance or not of Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire. At least, officially …
The Sinister Six
This new trailer allows above all to offer a new look at supervillains which will be present in the feature film. Whoever seems to have the most screen time is Dr Octopus. The cult antagonist embodied by Alfred Molina is apparently the supervillain who first lands in our universe, and who will have the biggest role to play. Logically, it would be in our reality to take revenge on Peter Parker, until he found out that Tom Holland is not HIS Peter Parker. So the supervillain could even potentially switch sides. Indeed, on the last shots of the film, Dr. Octopus doesn’t appear alongside the other villains ready to crush the spider. What did he become ? Where is he ?
The trailer also confirms the presence of the Green Goblin, The Sandman, Electro, and The Lizard. Their designs have evolved from their previous appearances (especially Electro’s), and they all seem to be here for one reason: get revenge on spider-man. Dr. Strange confirms that these are former enemies who died at the hands of Peter Parker, desperate to see justice done, even if he goes after another Peter. Thereby, the multiverse theory is fully confirmed, and Dr. Strange and Spider-Man will have a hard time bringing them back to their respective realities.
But if we count well, a Sinister Six is missing from the board. So far, five villains have been revealed. Who will be the sixth? Venom? Morbius? Kraven? Mysterio? So many unanswered possibilities at the moment. After all, you have to keep a few surprises. But there is a good chance that one sixth antagonist arrives in the film. In any case, according to Dr Strange, these “visitors” are destined to die, and Peter Parker is going to have to make some terrible decisions.
A strange Green Goblin
What’s funny about the trailer is that she gives the impression that there will be two Green Goblins at the rendezvous. There should be the version of Willem Dafoe, who seems to be coming back from the dead. But at the turn of a night plan, another Green Goblin seems to be part of the party. Indeed, the shot below, one of the weirdest in the trailer, features a character flying on what is clearly a Goblin glider. But the latter does not completely have the design of the character that we know. So is this the new design by Willem Dafoe, or any other character?
Theories are already rife. Some think it is another version of the Goblin, maybe Harry Osborn’s, which would result in a return of James Franco or Dane DeHaan. But others think it’s the Super Jester (or Hobgoblin in VO). This one, which appears for the first time in 1987 in the comics, is Ned Leeds, Peter Parker’s best friend. Incarnated by Jacob Batalon in the Jon Watts trilogy, this is a realistic possibility. Whether it is the Ned of our universe or that of another, maybe the Super-Goblin will be the sixth member of the Sinister Six.
Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield deleted from trailer?
Marvel Studios has a habit of tampering with its trailers. Indeed, the firm sometimes modifies certain plans of a trailer. to conceal information. The company has done this on several occasions in the past. In Avengers: Infinity War for example, where some shots of the final battle in Wakanda showed the Hulk with the other Avengers, while in the movie, Bruce Banner can no longer transform into a green giant. In Spider-Man: Far From Home, the Spider-Man costume has also been changed so as not to spoil the arrival of the Iron-Spidey.
If we follow this logic, some plans of Spider-Man: No Way Home may also have been tampered with. Indeed, during the (already iconic) plan of Electro, The Sandman and the Lizard who charge at Spider-Man, something is wrong. Indeed, each of the…