IT WENT OUT!
The new trailer for Spider-Man: No Return Home finally arrived! Bringing some very neat secrets and others that were clearly edited to go into the preview, the content is very interesting and pretty much confirms what everyone already knows. But let’s stop talking and let’s go to analysis. If you haven’t seen it yet, check out the video below. oh, possible Spoilers, yes?
If there was any doubt left over from the first trailer, the second came to clarify. This Multiverse mess starts when Peter goes to Doctor Strange ask for a spell to make people forget your secret identity. The spell backfires and causes a Nexus event. Interestingly, the Stranger starts to blame the boy for the mistake, even though it is a clear lack of concentration by the Supreme Mage. This question is addressed again later, when he shows that the trio Peter, Ned and MJ will investigate the origin of these villains, probably to help Doctor Strange to capture them.
The supposed new black uniform was shown with these magical bracelets. Rumor has it that this outfit is not new. In fact, it’s the traditional Spider-Man costume turned inside out after the hero was vandalized early in the movie. The bracelets are probably the work of Doctor Strange, who gave it to the boy to help him trap the villains in that mysterious box.
As Doctor Strange explains, villains from various universes have suddenly started to appear in this timeline. They have no idea where they are, as Doctor Octopus doesn’t recognize Tom Holland’s Peter as their Peter Parker. This confusion can have different effects on each villain. As shown later in the trailer, Otto appears trapped in a cell like Loki’s in Avengers (2012). You can’t tell if he gave himself up to understand what’s going on or if he was defeated and imprisoned. But everything indicates that he will cooperate in this beginning of the story.
Still talking about Otto, its tentacles appear incorporating Stark technology. It may be that the claws’ artificial intelligence assimilate the technology and “improves”, but it could also be a defense mechanism in Peter’s uniform “neutralizing” Doctor Octopus’ mechanical arms.
A few months ago, a supposed script leaked that pointed to the importance of the Statue of Liberty in the plot of this new film.[display-posts orderby="rand"]
According to the text, the monument would be undergoing a renovation to honor the captain America. Thus, she would wield the hero’s traditional shield and would be the stage for the film’s final battle.
As can be seen in the trailer, the information was confirmed, since the shield is there and the statue has the security structures for renovation.
Further on, the trailer shows all of the assembled villains battling Spider-Man and Doctor Strange in these structures, eventually even knocking the shield out of the statue’s hand.
Visual of the comics
One of the biggest criticisms that the Electro from Jamie Foxx received in 2014 was the lack of loyalty with its comic book counterpart. Earning his redemption, he appears with a visual upgrade, even creating his comic book mask with electricity. He also talks about seizing his second chance, as he died in his universe and is unwilling to die again.
talking about the devil
Another villain who returns before death is the Green Goblin from Willem DaFoe. He appears in his classic look from the first movie. It’s worth noting that, after Doctor Strange reveals to Peter that the fate of these villains was death, the Sprite’s voice appears practically negotiating with Peter Parker. This collaborates with another alleged leak that said Peter would be deceived by the Goblin on the grounds that they don’t deserve to die. If this is confirmed, we will be able to see more of the wonderful manipulative side of this Norman Osborn.
Later on, Duende reappears, but with a new look, full of black details and no mask. This uniform is very reminiscent of the clothes worn by Harry Osborn in Spider Man 3 (2007). Harry has not been confirmed in the film, so it could be that Norman will be given a new outfit very similar to the one worn by his son.
Peter Vs Strange
Peter and Doctor Strange will face off over the box. They disagree on the fate of the captured villains, so Peter pleads for them to be given a second chance, while Strange supports them to follow their fate: being killed by Spider-Man.
In this scene of the final battle, MJ and Ned fall from the Statue of Liberty. Peter jumps to save MJ, but Ned is left hanging above. Will he be able to be saved by his best friend or will tragedy happen?
As much as Sony has tried to deceive the audience, this scene of Spider-Man facing off against the Sinister Sextet is (or nearly) most likely edited. Just pay attention to the trajectory of the lizard, which is jumping towards an empty hole. Not wanting to be the bane of theories, but already being, it’s very likely that two other Spider-Men are originally in this scene. Even because those leaked images, which indicate the presence of two heroes from other realities, take place in the same place there.
Tobey and Andrew
Even though it’s not officially confirmed, the trailer references so many classic moments from the Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield movies, it’s almost like he’s like, “Look, we can’t say they’re in the movie, but they’re in, okay?” .
The scene of Peter trying to contain the Green Goblin firecracker is a classic of Spider man (2002). There is also a moment when a shed very similar to the Oscorp of the first trilogy appears being blown up by the Sprite.
The scene of Spider-Man’s hand touching his beloved also recalls the death of Gwen Stacy, perhaps the only iconic moment in the franchise The spectacular Spider Man.
Finally, JJ Jameson (J.K. Simmons) appears wearing the same outfit he wears in the final battle of Spider-Man 3 (2007), when he buys a child’s disposable camera to photograph the hero’s clash against the villains.
What’s up? Anxious?
Spider-Man: No Return Home premiere in December 16, 2021.