There's no better way to close out Marvel Studios' year than to do so with the most anticipated movie of 2021: Spider-Man: No Way Home.
The secrecy behind the project has been on a whole new level, though that hasn't stopped people from continuously trying to leak information from the film. Fans are in a frenzy, and all they want are pictures of Spider-Man (Men?).
No Way Home's first trailer blew away records when it debuted a few months ago, even beating out Avengers: Endgame.
Funny thing is, the trailer is about all the marketing that fans have gotten for the film. There's not even an official poster. Movie theaters have resorted to using fan-made posters to advertise the film at their venues.
When will the drought finally come to an end? If a reliable scooper has anything to say about it, they reckon it's right around the corner.
Spider-Man: No Way, There's Marketing?
Daniel Richtman, a popular and reliable scooper, has shared an interesting update about Spider-Man: No Way Home marketing via his Patreon. The insider claimed that an "official poster" for the Spidey sequel will be released to the public this weekend, either Saturday, November 6 or Sunday, November 7.
If that's the case, the film's first poster will be released a month before the film's debut on December 17; such a small window is unheard of within the superhero movie genre in this day and age.
Poster releases are typically followed by trailers and other promotional material with typical blockbuster marketing campaigns, so fans should expect to see a ramp-up in No Way Home reveals as November progresses.
Pictures of Spider-Man Are Almost Here
There was a recent poster for No Way Home spotted on a bus, but it's hard to tell if that's the one that will officially drop this weekend––assuming Daniel Richtman is on the money.
Spider-Man: No Way Home's marketing has been a unique journey for fans, as it's never been predictable. In fact, at this point, the internet is practically doing the marketing work for the production companies.
Rumors have been stirring that both Sony and Marvel Studios are in disagreement over whether or not the theoretical appearances of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will make it into the second trailer. Sony supposedly wants to show them, while Marvel Studios wants to keep their involvements a secret.
Either way, they're running out of time to show something else. The film is just around the corner, and with the recent debut of Eternals is now the next MCU film to release. Hopefully the studios will actually get around to putting the tickets on sale.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will be hitting theaters worldwide on December 17.