The Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer was an entire ordeal. Before its release, the chatter about when it would drop was a daily ritual. It went on so long that people thought Sony may not release it at all.
Obviously, the trailer was always going to come out—but the studio did take its sweet time. When it did finally drop, the hype was palpable. In fact, the trailer completely smashed previous viewership records, beating out 2019's Avengers: Endgame.
While fans finally had their first look at the movie, that didn't stop chatter about when the second batch of footage would be unveiled. Those whispers have started to kick up again and are progressively increasing.
The current assumption is that Marvel and Sony probably want a new trailer for the movie to play in front of Eternals; so it would need to drop sometime in the next two to three weeks.
Sadly, it looks like the odds of that happening have just decreased.
Spider-Man: No Way There's a Trailer Soon
According to reliable scooper Daniel Richtman, the second trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home will "not [be dropping] anytime soon."
In turn, this means that the Spider-Man sequel may not have a new teaser in time for Eternals, which hits theaters on November 5, 2021.
Daniel Richtman later responded to a fan who was worried about a potential No Way Home delay. Ritchman clarified his words, stating that the trailer likely won't arrive in the next two to three more weeks, but that the movie "was [never] delayed:"
"What are you talking about I never said it was delayed. The trailer is not coming for at least two-three more weeks. That's what I meant."
Spider-Man: The Trailer Game
It will be surprising if fans don't get another trailer within the next few weeks. With Eternals being the last theater release before Spider-Man: No Way Home, one would think that Marvel would take the opportunity to capitalize on that.
On another hand, maybe it wouldn't be strange at all, given how long it has waited to show fans the first look at the film. That alone took months of prolonged hype until it all reached a boiling point.
As for what audiences can expect when the next trailer does finally arrive? Well, the one thing everyone hopes to see is a money shot confirming the rumors of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's returns.
The conversation about their potential appearances has become rather redundant, so hopefully, Sony/Marvel will be kind enough to confirm everything in the final trailer—if they're even in it in the first place.
Something else that would blow fans' minds to see? Willem Dafoe's Green Goblin; now that would cause waves of excitement throughout the world as well. Showing the hypothetical last Sinister Six member would be pretty insightful, too.
Marvel Studios' next project, Eternals, will hit theaters on November 5, 2021.