Spider-Man: No Way Home had the monumental task of introducing the Multiverse, bringing back a whole number of fan-favorite characters, delivering a satisfying conclusion (for now) for the MCU's Peter Parker, and, of course, uniting all three Spider-Men. Since its release, the film has earned a staggering amount of profit for Sony, a good sign for potential future Spidey flicks down the road.
The film is having some short-term impact though, having, confusingly, affected Morbius' two post-credits sequences and directly being referenced in the opening moments of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. No Way Home has also led to fans calling for other Spider-Man films to be made, namely follow-ups to Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's set of movies.
Now, Sony has released a new promo highlighting all three of the web-slinging threequel's heroes.
Sony Reveals Spider-Man Team-Up Trailer
Sony Pictures celebrated National Superhero Day by releasing the "Spider-Mans" trailer on the official Spider-Man: No Way Home Twitter account.
The trailer promotes No Way Home's union of the "Spider-Mans" - Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire - against Green Goblin, Electro, Doc Ock, Sandman, and Lizard.
The "Spider-Mans" trailer can be seen below:
Spider-Man: No Way Home is available now digitally and physically.
The Best of Spider-Man: No Way Home's Web-Slingers
Spider-Man: No Way Home is chock-full of memorable moments between the three wall-crawling heroes, and this promo just scratches the surface. From the initial introduction of the Multiversal webheads in Ned's Lola's home, to their impassioned speeches to motivate Tom Holland's Peter, to the trio teaming up against their sinister foes, No Way Home truly treated Marvel fans well.
Since they were completely hidden from the movie's initial marketing run, Sony has taken the opportunity to promote the three Spideys as much as possible. The studio has even gone as far as to create hilarious fake movie trailers to highlight the alternate web-slingers, such as a Ned Leeds-focused promo that saw Jacob Batalon's character hopping through the Multiverse.
Hopefully this continued promotion of the three Spider-Mans and fan's overwhelming love of the trio will push Marvel and Sony to utilize the Multiversal heroes in the future.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is available on digital, Blu-ray, and 4K Ultra HD now.