Spider-Man: No way home Opens a multiverse of villains with its second trailer, which was unveiled during a live event in Sherman Oaks, California on Tuesday and featured a surprise Q&A with star Tom Holland. The trailer showed villains like Doctor Octopus, Electro, Sandman, the Green Goblin and the Lizard – bringing together more antagonists than any other. Spider-Man Film earlier.
The mood was electric at the trailer launch event at the Regal Sherman Oaks, with fans chanting “Sunflower,” the hit song from Spider-Man: In the Spider-verse, And others who do the infamous dance performed by Tobey Maguire in Spider-Man 3 This became one of the most meme-able moments of his Spidey trilogy.
No way home Star Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man and Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange. It picks up after the events of Spider-Man: Far from home (2019), which ended with the world learning Spider-Man’s secret identity and with the villain Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) framing him for murder. No way home See Peter Parker ask Doctor Strange to cast a spell to make the world forget his secret identity, only to see things go wrong and open a door to the multiverse. This paves the way for appearances of the roshes of the previous Spider-Man Films, including Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina), Electro (Jamie Foxx) and The Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), thus tie together the installments that starred Toby Maguire (2002-07) and Andrew Garfield (2012-14).
Holland recalled meeting with Dafoe, who replaces Sam Raimi Spider-Man (2002). To preserve secrecy, the villains would walk around set with coats covering their costumes.
“The guys are very excited to come back and bring the roles back to life. They came to put in a week before they started shooting to see how it was like,” said Holland, adding to meet Dafo, “I just bumped this Guy in a coat. I was like, ‘Watch out mate.’ He removed his hood and I was almost really scared. ‘Oh, the goblin is here.’ “But he was lovely. He was really wonderful and a real joy to work with.”
Although Holland follows in the footsteps of Maguire and Garfield, he chooses to hone in on one element in particular to make Spider-Man his own: Peter Parker’s youth.
Holland said: “I really wanted to stick to the idea that this is a 15-year-old superhero.”
John Watt, who co-directed the previous two Spider-Man films, is back in the director’s chair, with Away from home Writers Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers behind the script.
No way home Is among the most anticipated films of the year and has been subject to rampant speculation about who is in the cast, as well as leaks. The first trailer leaked online in August a day before its official debut, while a series of photographs spoiling some plain cast members made their way online last week.
The project, from Sony and Marvel Studios, may also be related to Sony Gift: Let there be carnage. The post-credit scene of the film showed Tom Hardy’s Venom making its way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, something that required coordination from both the Gift Team and the No way home Team.
No way home Caps Marvel Studios’ biggest year ever, one that has seen it release four films (including Black widow, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings And Forever) And a number of Disney + shows, including WandaVision, Falcon & the Winter Soldiers, Loki, What if? And Hawkeye.
During the event, Holland has several times increased emotional addressing fans. He recalled that he had been dating at 18 years old Captain America: Civil War (2016).
“I remember being in my garden, and I got a call from Kevin Feige, and that changed my life forever,” Holland said. “The movie exceeds expectations in every movie. This is the most cinematic … superhero movie ever made. I’m proud to say that Sony and Marvel have pulled off the impossible.
Spider-Man: No way home Comes to theaters on December 17th.