The highly anticipated release of Spider-Man: No Way Home is now less than a month away, and fans are finally getting a good look at what the third installment in the MCU franchise will include.
Following the hype-filled fan event where Sony revealed the second teaser trailer for No Way Home, the MCU faithful have been speculating up a storm about how the film's Multiversal villains will play into the plot.
The new footage gave crystal-clear looks at Willem Dafoe's Green Goblin, Jamie Foxx's Electro, Thomas Haden Church's Sandman, and Rhys Ifans' Lizard, who will all be joining Alfred Molina's Doc Ock as the foes from across the Multiverse that visit the MCU.
But if that wasn't enough, Sony has now rolled out a new batch of promotional trailers that feature some key moments in No Way Home, including Spider-Man being at odds against Multiversal antagonists and the Sorcerer Supreme, and multiple villains repurposing some familiar Stark tech against the web-slinger.
New Spider-Man: No Way Home Footage
"The Multiverse is real."
- Peter Parker, Spider-Man: No Way Home
A total of six new TV spots promoting Spider-Man: No Way Home have been released that include new footage showing the tension between Peter Parker and Doctor Strange, as well as better looks at Doc Ock, Electro, Sandman, and Lizard.
The first set of new footage showcases Tom Holland's Peter Parker and Zendaya's MJ, and the turmoil that Peter finds himself in during the franchise threequel. The wall-crawler admits that he's only had one week when his life felt normal after getting "bit by that spider."
The TV spot then shifts to Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange lecturing Peter about his "botched" spell that is now "pulling in visitors from every universe:"
The second spot, titled "Strange" highlights Alfred Molina's Doc Ock realizing that Tom Holland's Peter Parker isn't the one he knows as Spider-Man, which prompts Parker to exclaim that he's "so confused right now." The thirty-second spot also shows off a few other villains from past Spider-Man franchises like Green Goblin and Lizard, followed by Peter having the realization that "the Multiverse is real."
The Sorcerer Supreme then says that the interdimensional foes "all (died) fighting Spider-Man," which causes Peter to believe that he "can't save everyone."
Jamie Foxx's Electro is shown off in style in this TV footage, providing a closer look at his updated getup that might even include some familiar MCU tech:
"Help" is the third No Way Home TV spot that puts further focus on Spider-Man having to figure out why all the Multiversal villains are showing up, as well as how to save them from their fate.
Doc Ock is featured once again, stating he "underestimated" Peter Parler as he chases after him. He then tells his tentacles that they've "got competition" as the webslinger reveals his own set of mechanical arms.
The spot offers new looks at Jamie Foxx's Electro and Thomas Haden Church's Sandman as Doctor Strange tells Peter that all of their Multiversal visitors "(died) fighting Spider-Man."
The combination of clips also teases the quarrel between Peter Parker and Stephen Strange when Spider-Man steals the mysterious cube that might hold the villains from across the Multiverse.
Strange is then shown once again stating that Multiversal beings are "starting to come through" and the sky cracks open to reveal the Multiverse's purple glow, and he warns Spider-Man that he "can't stop them:"
Possibly the most exciting title out of the group of new TV commercials is "Break the Universe," a spot that features MJ scolding Peter, telling him that when he's "thinking about doing something that could break the universe" that he should "run it by" his friends first.
Doc Ock then appears to tell Peter that he's "flying out into the darkness to fight ghosts" as the trailer shows Tom Holland's Spidey being grabbed in mid-air by a giant Sandman as fans get the best look yet at the Spider-Man 3 villain.
Peter can be heard exclaiming that "there has to be another way," to which Doctor Strange replies "there isn't:"
"Visitors Kids" shakes things up as it centers Happy Hogan leaving a message on Peter Parker's voicemail expressing his overwhelming confusion.
He asks "who are those guys?" and "what's going on?" while a montage of Spider-Man facing off against various villains plays, including new footage of Peter in his nanotech Iron Spider suit fighting Doc Ock on the bridge.
Electro can also be seen with what looks like one of Tony Stark's miniaturized arc reactors, potentially drawing power from it as he surges with energy.
The Amazing Spider-Man's Lizard can also be seen in high-resolution letting out a chilling roar, which shocks J. Jonah Jameson enough to ask if he's "a dinosaur:"
The final TV spot titled "New Suit Cutdown" teases the moments that likely lead to Doc Ock taking the Iron Spider's nanotech and applying it to his own mechanical tentacles.
Including captions to follow along with the dialogue between Spider-Man and his new foe, Doc Ock greets Peter and asks him if he thinks his "fancy new suit's gonna save" him.
This clip is quickly followed by Peter once again extending his suit's own four arms, surprising Doctor Octopus as he says to his tentacles that it "looks like (they've) got competition:"
More No Way Home Content for Fans
During the final month before the release of No Way Home, Sony is letting audiences in on what its third MCU Spider-Man movie will include. Giving better looks at every antagonist revealed to be in the film, fans can finally get excited about their favorite legacy villains' new looks.
Electro and Doc Ock can both be seen utilizing Stark tech to enhance their abilities, showing that they'll take to the MCU world with delight as they become more powerful than ever before.
Additionally, Alfred Molina's classic Spidey villain stating that he "underestimated" Peter while sparring with the wall-crawler should tell fans that the combat featuring Doctor Octopus will be more intense than what was seen in 2004's Spider-Man 2.
Most of the new TV spots released put some sort of focus on Doctor Strange and his inability to stop what's coming through the Multiversal cracks in the sky, further emphasizing the scale of the dilemma Spider-Man finds himself in with the Sorcerer Supreme. Potential consequences of the third MCU Spider-Man story could include the Master of the Mystic Arts having to deal with the effects of a broken Multiverse - a story that is promised to be explored in Doctor Strange's next solo outing.
As for Happy Hogan's surprise appearance as the focal point of the TV spot titled "Visitors Kids," he doesn't seem to be kept in the loop as he struggles to figure out who the villains are that Spider-Man is dealing with. This scene is likely still in the film's first act unless Peter doesn't plan on keeping Happy Hogan up-to-date on his plans, either.
Perhaps the former Iron Man bodyguard is on the way to make sure Peter's family and friends are safe - specifically his Far From Home love interest in Aunt May. That would certainly explain why Happy still appeared calmer and more collected while calling Peter but was then genuinely shocked when he stops his car and stares out the window in disbelief at a burning building in No Way Home's debut trailer.
This batch of new footage from Spider-Man: No Way Home solidified the notion that stability will not be a factor in play during the franchise threequel. Tom Holland's Peter Parker will have to come to terms with more than just his own fate, but also the fate of his universe as he and Doctor Strange struggle to keep it safe.
Tickets will be available for purchase on November 29 for when Spider-Man: No Way Home swings into theaters on December 17.