Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures are well past the opening weekend for Spider-Man: No Way Home, which is somehow exceeding the incredible hype that built up to its debut for more than a year. Completing Tom Holland's first solo Spidey trilogy with arguably the biggest solo movie in MCU history, No Way Home is quickly making its mark on the comic book movie landscape.
While expectations for a big opening weekend box office were exceptionally high, the MCU's final film blew those predictions out of the water, particularly taking the global pandemic into account. This came with a grand total of $260 million at the domestic box office, which became the second-biggest opening weekend of all time, only trailing the behemoth that was Avengers: Endgame.
Along with tributes to past Spider-Man movies through the use of five classic villains, No Way Home also delivered some exciting new additions to the Spider-Man narrative within the MCU. One of those came in the movie's emotional final moments, which Sony decided to promote in its latest TV promo.
Spidey Suit in All Its Holiday Glory
WARNING: This article contains spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Sony Pictures released a new 16-second promotional TV spot for Spider-Man: No Way Home featuring action and dialogue from Peter Parker, Doctor Strange, and Wong.
This spot offered the best look yet at Tom Holland's newest Spider-Man suit that debuted in the movie's final scene, sporting a bright red and blue color scheme along with inspiration from Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's heroes.
The full ad can be seen below, courtesy of the ClipMania01 YouTube account:
Sony Promoting All-New Spidey Threads
Spider-Man has arguably one of the most prominent suit collections of any superhero in the game, which has been showcased in the recent PlayStation Spider-Man games and throughout his five years in the MCU. Even with dozens of thrilling outfits that have made their presence felt over the last few years, Spider-Man: No Way Home took the look to an entirely new level.
It only makes sense that Marvel Studios and Sony found a way to bring something this exciting in the movie's final moments after a team-up between all three cinematic web-slingers from the 21st century. Even though No Way Home made sure to keep the suit something of a mystery with the dark lighting and snow in the background, fans have a good enough look at it to know just how special it is.
Fans can see this new suit and others in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which is playing in theaters.