Spider-Man: No Way Home is only a month away, and fans are hardly maintaining their sanity as they wait it out.
Thankfully, Sony recently unveiled a brand-new trailer that helped satiate some desire of fans to see more of the highly anticipated film. While the rumored returns of Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire were a no-show, there were plenty of fresh looks at all the returning villains.
Villains such as Willem Dafoe's Green Goblin, Jamie Foxx's Electro, Sandman, Lizard, and even more of Alfred Molina's Doc Ock.
While audiences have already likely seen the trailer dozens of times on repeat, IMAX is here with an even better version of the teaser.
New IMAX Reveals Green Goblin's Glider
IMAX has officially revealed a brand new expanded version of the recently released Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer, while also announcing that the entire film will be enhanced with its exclusive ratio; aka 26% more screen.
While there isn't much new information to be gained, there is one particular object that fans have a better look at Green Goblin's glider:
From the looks of it, the glider seems to be pretty much the same as the one that was last seen in Spider-Man (2004). There is a difference, however, with this glider having some green glowing elements. Maybe somehow he gets an upgrade like Doc Ock got his from Peter's Iron Spider suit?
Either way, it's certainly an invigorating feeling to see Goblin in all of his glory, glider and all.
The fully enhanced trailer can be seen below:
IMAX and Marvel Studios, a Perfect Duo
It's awesome to see Marvel Studios committing to filming more of its films entirely in IMAX. Back when Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame premiered, they were the first theatrical projects filmed entirely in that format.
Now Shang-Chi has done it with No Way Home to follow. It's becoming more of a norm, and that's great for theater-going fans worldwide.
Marvel even recently made a deal with IMAX to have some of its films stream in the format on Disney+—another first between the two companies.
Now when it comes to the newly revealed Goblin glider, it's great to see that it too, like his suit, is exactly how it was last time audiences saw it; well, minus all the battle damage it incurred. There's likely to be plenty of explaining to do when Spider-Man: No Way Home premieres on December 17.