Spider-Man:No Way Home Trailer Breakdown

We finally have the first trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home after months of rumours and conjecture.

It has been proven that Spider-Man is more popular than all of the Avengers combined. In its first 24 hours, the No Way Home trailer for the third Spider-Man film in the MCU amassed 355.5 million global views, according to Deadline.

The previous record holder, Avengers: Endgame, which was viewed 289 million times, has been blown out of the water by this number! Thus, Spider-Man: No Way Home's trailer has become the world's most watched trailer. The Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer, on the other hand, received 135 million views in the first 24 hours after its release.

With Spider-Man 3, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (and Sony) have created a new multiverse. As Alfred Molina brings back Doctor Octopus for the first time since 2004's Spider-Man 2, is it also a hint to the Green Goblin, Electro, etc. in the last scene?

Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange (Peter Parker's mentor) takes Tony Stark's place in the MCU in the trailer below.

It's a fun choice to have him play "Peter's mentor" after Robert Downey Jr. in Homecoming and Samuel L. Jackson in Far from Home. Spider-Man 2's Doctor Octavius, played by Alfred Molina, and at least one Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe from Spider-Man, James Franco from The Amazing Spider-Man 2) will appear in the MCU as part of the film's multiverse plot.

Following the events of Far From Home

Following the events of Far From Home



When Spider-Man: Far From Home finished, it revealed Spidey's true identity – teenaged Peter Parker – courtesy to Mysterio's dying (and manipulated) message.

There are only a few minutes between Spider-Man 2 and No Way Home, according to the No Way Home trailer. As Peter and Zendaya walk down the street, you can see them scurrying to get away from a swarming crowd.

Undoubtedly, No Way Home will begin with Peter's escape and subsequent disappearance. Eventually, as the teaser reveals, he's lured back to school life.

Jonah Jameson makes a triumphant return

J. Jonah Jameson makes a triumphant return



"Far From Home's post-credits scene" reunites actor J.K. Simmons with his Spider-Man role from Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man trilogy."


In the No Way Home trailer, you can hear him declare, "Spider-Man is, in reality, Peter Parker". J. Jonah Jameson is officially back in No Way Home with a line that isn't from Far From Home.

Handcuffs on Peter Parker

Handcuffs on spider man



He has landed himself in hot water with the cops because of his enormous secret - his framing of Mysterio's "murder." During one scene, Parker is handcuffed and shackled to a desk, indicating that he is at a police station to be interrogated.

At least we can piece together the film's chronology if it's not a severe misdirection. Peter Parker escapes, Peter Parker is apprehended, and Peter Parker escapes for whatever reason. Why? A certain God-fearing lawyer may be involved.

Are you sure that's Matt Murdock (Daredevil)

(Daredevil)



Marvel fans are known for their obsession with hairy arms, but they may have something to say about this one in this particular case. If it is Charlie Cox, who plays Matt Murdock in Spider-Man: No Way Home, the hirsute limb may belong to him.

They look uncannily like Murdock in Netflix's Daredevil, with his white shirt, stripy tie, and long sleeves.

A second trailer will be needed to give us more convincing evidence on this one.

Flash Thompson’s new look with Blonde hair

Flash Thompson’s new look with Blonde hair


Also in the trailer is Peter Parker's classmate Flash. While walking to school with Zendaya, he can be seen behind her with blonde hair. Spidey's biggest fan is now siding with Peter Parker in an ironic twist.


Returning locales (as well as a hint at No Way Home's temporal position)

Sanctum Sanctorum



The Sanctum Sanctorum is returned! Avengers: Infinity War saw Hulk crash through Doctor Strange's house, leaving it in a sorry state. Since the movie takes place in the winter months of 2024, from Halloween to the snowy season, it's no surprise that there's a lot of snow around. The Christmas-themed set images that were taken earlier this year confirm this...

Midtown High appears to be returning as a familiar setting for MCU Spider-Man fans.. It's a good thing that MJ, Ned, and Peter don't have to finish their studies yet. In addition, it shows that Tom Holland's teen isn't willing to remain in the shadows for the rest of his life.He's doing his best to go back to normal, but he'll doubt himself later in the year.

Dr. Strange: What's the matter with him?

Wtf happened to dr.strange



The Sorcerer Supreme has a problem. He's reckless, menacing, and messing with space and time, which is a big no-no in this case.

According to one theory, Mephisto has assumed the form of Strange. There are other possibilities, such as a darker Strange Variant (possibly the one seen in What If...early ?'s trailers) or a Mysterio projection that is incredibly complex. There is no doubt that Doctor Strange is not himself.

The multiverse has been shattered

Dr. Strange started multiverse of madness



Here it is, the end of the storey. When Wanda heard the sounds of her 'children' while exploring the Darkhold, she started it in WandaVision. Loki's Sacred Timeline was shattered by Sylvie's actions later on. This could be the end of the matter now that Doctor Strange's spell has completed the task. There's no telling what's going to come out of the multiverse now that it has been ripped apart. In any case, it's open season for a variety of other versions of heroes (and villains) to interact in a significant way. After No Way Home, what's next on the agenda? The Multiverse of Madness This might be the start of the Multiverse Saga.

Introducing Spider-Man's New suit

Spider man in new suit



Some official merchandise has already leaked the black-and-gold suit, but this is our first look at it in action. Peter Parker, unmasked, is seen sprinting through a building in the new suit while wearing the mask. According to previous speculation, Pete might be able to use magic-based powers, but there's no sign of any spruced-up improvements yet.

What's inside the box?

Spider got hit by dr.strange


Doctor Strange hits Spider-Man so hard that he becomes an astral projection in the trailer. However, what the webhead holds might be more interesting.

An unusual box-shaped artefact is being carried by Spider-Man. What is it? Is it something he's snatched from Sanctum Sanctorum? Something is placing Strange and Spider-Man on a collision path, which suggests it's too powerful for Spider-Man to handle.

Jon Favreau's has returned

Happy Hogan is back


Jon Favreau's former Tony Stark Head of Security returns for his third Spider-Man film. Hogan, on the other hand, appears dissatisfied: he is surrounded by an army of armed men. What is our best guess? This is from early in the film, as are many of the trailer scenes, during the search for Spider-Man.

Every villain who has returned 

Every villain who has returned

Obviously, Alfred Molina's Doctor Octopus is the most well-known of the bunch, but did you notice the rest? There's a chuckle from Willem Dafoe's Green Goblin as his trademark pumpkin bombs roll towards an approaching vehicle, while lightning and sand hint at the presence of Electro and Sandman from Spider-Man 3. Spider-Man: Homecoming looks like it's going to be packed with Spider-Man villains, especially when Lizard leaps at the glass behind Tom Holland in a particular scene. A supervillain group The Sinister Six could be formed with five villains already in place.

Introducing a brand-new character

A new Character appeared in Sipderman:No way home


It's just that not everyone is familiar with it. There is a woman sitting in the back seat of a car at 2:36. Social media users mistakenly think Barry's Paula Newsome is the actor playing the blink-and-you'll-miss-it role. Earlier this year, she had fun replying to a Spider-Man tweet, which set off alarm bells for some people in the industry. Nobody knows who she will be playing yet.

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