Spider-Man: No Way Home is the next project to be released by Marvel Studios, and the anticipation is high. In fact, the excitement for Spider-Man's next adventure is at an all-time high––probably more so than most MCU projects up to this point.
The film's first teaser shattered records, while the second continued the streak of blowing fans' minds. Everyone was treated to brand new looks of Wilem Dafoe's Green Goblin, Alfred Molina's Doc Ock, Jamie Foxx's Electro, Lizard, and Sandman.
In the most recent promotional footage, there's a really unique sight to be seen: the Statue of Liberty holding Captain America's shield. Not only is this a really interesting in-universe quirk, but it would seem that the location is set to play a key role at some point in the film.
Well now, thanks to a new TV spot, audiences have a new, but very brief, look at Lady Liberty.
Spider-Man and Captain Liberty
Sony released a brand new TV spot for Spider-Man: No Way Home. There's a little bit of new footage to be found, including some new Electro dialogue, and Doc Ock in action––but there's also a very clear look at the film's final battle at the Statue of Liberty.
As seen above, there's the bronze Captain Liberty in all of her glory. As noted in the movie's second trailer, the landmark seems to be on construction, indicating that this is a very new addition to the iconic wonder; it may not even be finished.
Also worth noting? Peter seems to be carrying something. Could it be that same box that he attempted to steal from Doctor Strange?
The entire promo can be seen below:
Would Captain America Approve
With such a big in-universe change, its hard not to wonder: what would Sam Wilson's Captain America think about it all? Especially given the events of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. In fact, Liberty's new look could have been a direct result of those events.
New York City does seem pretty fond of its Captain America iconography––after all, it does have an entire musical based around Steve Rogers.
Either way, it doesn't look like this version of the Statue of Liberty will stay very long. If the trailer is anything to go by, it seems to be destroyed fairly quickly; and Peter Parker certainly doesn't have the funds to help fix it.
The set piece is so large that it is hard to see it being used for anything other than the final act, where Peter makes his last stand against the intruding mob of super villains, Here's hoping all those rumors are right, and Tom Holland's webhead will have some familiar backup.
Spider-Man: No Way Home releases in theaters worldwide on December 17 later this year.