Spider-Man: No Way Home has hit theaters worldwide, and its debut has been breaking records. The film has already beaten the opening day totals of Avengers: Infinity War, and that's likely to be only the start of the project's momentous journey. When a project teases the culmination of three Spider-Man franchises, there's almost no way it wouldn't end up being an unprecedented success.
One of the first impactful parts of the movie that fans saw was the wall-crawler in some new duds. Both the black and gold suit, alongside the Integrated suit, were seen far before footage from the film made it to the internet—in fact, one of his new suits even got an official Hot Toy reveal before any marketing or promotional material had been released.
The suits that Spider-Man wears are a huge part of the character. He has one of the most expansive wardrobes of almost any superhero out there; and yes, it also helps to sell toys and the like.
But who doesn't love a new Spidey suit? Well now, thanks to a new TV Spot from the movie, fans have a fresh look at a new costume not yet seen.
New Spider-Man: No Way Home Footage
Warning - The rest of this article contains spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home.
In a brand new TV Spot for Spider-Man: No Way Home, its final moments reveal footage from the film's final scene: including fans' first glimpse at Holland's next suit.
While it is covered by text, it's fairly clear that this is a new suit. One which is exactly what fans have been asking for: pure classic, with a red and blue color scheme.
While the color is not as clear in this second photo, Spidey's white eyes seem to remain. Also noteworthy? There's the big Rockefeller Christmas tree, potentially lining this scene up with the events in Hawkeye, whose finale will partly take place on The Rink at Rockefeller Center.
The entire promo can be watched below:
Spider-Man's New Duds
Tom Holland's Spider-Man hasn't worn his classic red and blue Spider-Man suit since Homecoming, although it featured for a moment in Far From Home—but a good majority of his appearances these days have ventured away from his classic color scheme. Some haven't minded, but other fans have been very vocal about wanting those colors back.
It looks like Marvel heard those calls, and felt that the ending of Far From Home was the best place for the change to happen. Which makes perfect sense, as Peter Parker has basically entered a new Era in his life—what better way to signify that than give him an incredibly awesome new suit.
Not only are the colors back to the classic red and blue, but they are more vivid than ever before. The blue even has a metallic/holographic look to it, being very reminiscent of the Spider Armor Mark IV suit seen in both the comics and Spider-Man game.
Hopefully, it won't be too long before audiences get to see the suit fully in action.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is playing in theaters worldwide.