‘Spider-Man No Way Home’ teaser trailer is out and netizens cannot keep calm. This Marvel Cinematic Universe movie takes the concept of multiverse two steps ahead. The trailer of this movie showing villains of the multiverse makes it evident that Sony and Marvel Studios have promised MCU fans something they’ve always waited for. The trailer was allegedly leaked online first after which Sony began doing damage control on war footing to stop its spread.
Marvel India and the movie’s official twitter handle posted the YouTube link to the movie’s official teaser trailer this morning and Twitterati went bananas reacting to them. #SpiderManNoWayHome is the top trend on Twitter with close to a million tweets already at the time of filing this story.
In this trailer, the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man can be seen asking Doctor Strange for help to reverse time. Peter wants to go back in time to when no one knew that he was a superhero. Obligated by the kid’s sly request, Doctor Strange curbs. The trailer also reveals the return of old villains like Green Goblin and Dr Octopus among others, from the 2000’s.
“After 17 Long years we’re finally getting the return of the best live-action Spider-Man Villain of all time….” tweeted a user on return of Dr Octopus.
Brace yourselves, memes and spoilers are coming!
“The trailer dropped and it’s glorious #SpiderManNoWayHome now let’s discuss! (SPOILERS)” tweeted the fan artist turned Marvel collaborator Bosslogic, calling Dr Strange a suspect in this widely anticipated movie.
Some Twitter users even took a trip down memory lane recalling scenes from older Spider-Man movies.
Tom Holland, Zendaya, JB Smoove, Jacob Batalon and Marisa Tomei reprise their roles from the previous movie and Benedict Cumberbatch – Doctor Strange will assume the role of Peter’s mentor.
Taking forward Loki’s concept of multiverse, this MCU movie is bound to give viewers an earth-shattering experience keeping them at the edge of their seats with a fun packed combo of romance, drama, comedy, action and suspense.
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