With all the rumors and speculation surrounding Spider-Man: No Way Home, the wall-crawler's next adventure may be the most anticipated movie since Avengers: Endgame. Based on this, fans are eagerly awaiting their first look at the film as with only 116 days until it hits theaters, a trailer has yet to officially release.
Recently, a watermarked low-resolution trailer appeared online for Spider-Man: No Way Home, offering the first look at the Tom Holland-led sequel. This came just before Sony was rumor to officially premiere the trailer during its CinemaCon panel, taking place between 6:00 p.m. PT and 9:00 p.m. PT on August 23, 2021.
Due to the secrecy surrounding the CinemaCon event, Sony's panel won't be officially live-streamed or released to the world. However, recent reports have suggested the long-awaited No Way Home trailer will drop online following the event.
With a matter of hours to go until Sony's highly-anticipated Las Vegas panel begins, when will the trailer hit the web for all to see?
WHAT TIME WILL SPIDER-MAN'S LATEST TRAILER RELEASE?
Prominent insider Daniel Richtman revealed on his Patreon page that he has heard from sources the debut Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer will be released online at 6:30 p.m. PT on August 23, 2021.
This rumored release time would place the drop just 30 minutes into Sony's CinemaCon panel, suggesting the studio may open the event by highlighting the holiday blockbuster.
Historically, Sony has premiered several of its major superhero trailers during CinemaCon, showing off Tom Hardy's Venom and Spider-Man: Homecoming during their respective release years.
Venom's teaser dropped online at 8:43 p.m. PT on the night of Sony's presentation, while the trailer for Homecoming didn't publicly release until 6 a.m. PT the morning after its private debut at the studio's panel.
Going off all the evidence compiled so far, it's safe to assume that the trailer, should it debut to exhibitors at Sony's CinemaCon panel, will be online on Monday at 9:00 p.m. PT at the earliest, 6:00 a.m. PT on Tuesday morning at the latest.
THE BIGGEST MARVEL MESS IN YEARS
By all accounts, Marvel Studios hasn't seen a leak on this scale in almost seven years since Avengers: Age of Ultron had its teaser trailer leaked. The studio originally planned to debut the first look during an episode of Agents of SHIELD, but the surprise release led to an early premiere.
After months of anticipation and speculation surrounding when the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer would eventually hit the web, it's unfortunate that it ended up leaking. Due to the unfinished nature of the leaked version, it can be assumed that the version which appeared online is an earlier version of what will be shown at CinemaCon.
While Sony has yet to officially confirm that Spider-Man: No Way Home will be showcased during CinemaCon, actor Tom Holland heavily teased it in an Instagram post telling fans: “You ain't ready!” The Marvel star's comment all but confirms the highly-anticipated trailer release is imminent, but the studio likely still wants to try and keep it as much of a surprise as possible after the viral leak.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will hit theaters on December 17, 2021.