Spider-man fans have been waiting for the second No Way Home trailer for weeks, and the release was reportedly delayed over a disagreement between Sony and Marvel over whether or not the return of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield should be included in the trailer. new images. While it seems like the decision was made not to include them, because pretty much everyone goes on the basis that they will appear in the movie, a traditional misdirection from the Marvel trailer seems to have gone a bit wrong and revealed Andrew Garfied in the trailer. well, at least a dismembered part of him.
While some fans have already noticed a shot of The Lizard, who makes his first official appearance in the trailer, being hit or kicked by an “invisible assailant,” others who have scrutinized the trailer in the hours after its release have found themselves. with more concrete evidence that Marvel has tried to trick us like they did with “Fat Thor” and Smart Hulk in the trailer for Avengers Endgame, when the former was only shown in his Infinity Wars form and the latter was deleted from a scene where he and Rocket search for Thor in New Asgard. Towards the end of the new Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer, in a shot of MJ falling off a scaffold with Ned trying and unable to catch her, causing Tom Holland’s web-thrower to jump after her, someone has noticed that Marvel has apparently cut someone from this moment, or at least I tried to.
Pausing the video at the beginning of that short scene, to the left of the screen is what appears to be Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man arm, which appears not to have been erased when Marvel attempted to remove it from the scene in the same way as They did it with Smart Hulk as mentioned above. Considering the huge expectations of the film, it was always a foregone conclusion that what you see in the trailer is not exactly what will happen on screen, as while trailers often reveal too many secrets, Marvel has become famous for offer a lot of images in the trailer that don’t actually appear, or are not exactly as they appear in the final movie.
The evidence for Garfield and Maguire’s arrival in the film was always overwhelming even without this slip by the generally accurate Marvel effects wizards, with Doctor Strange speaking about the collision of universes and visitors clearly not just referring to the villains. From other Spider-man timelines, In addition, the trailer scenes at the top of the Statue of Liberty dovetail with the bluescreen images of Garfield’s character that were previously leaked in a virtually identical setting.
What all of this ultimately leads to is the result that no matter how much they deny their involvement in the film, there are very few who believe that they will not see a trio of Spider-men on screen when the film arrives, and moreover, too. It somehow suggests that, if the story of a disagreement was true, it was Sony who really didn’t want to portray the ex-stars of the franchise as Andrew Garfield in the trailer, as this would add up with his Ghostbusters: Another Life trailer that has yet to fully reveal the three original ‘Busters in any of the trailers despite their involvement in the film being confirmed early in production.
Topics: Spider-Man: No Way Home, Spider-man, Amazing Spider-man