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Spider-Man: No Way Home, a new promo released!


For previous Spider-Man films, a new promo teases that Spider-Man: No Way Home will have Peter Parker’s biggest journey yet. Tom Holland and director Jon Watts reunite for the 3rd time for the upcoming Sony Pictures Entertainment and Marvel Studios collaboration. Not many details of the plot have been out as the film’s promotion hasn’t begun yet.

Instead of debuting in his solo film, Marvel Studios opted to introduce their version of Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War. He started in his standalone adventure a year later name Spider-Man: Homecoming. He joined the bigger MCU in the fight against Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. With Spider-Man: Far Away From Home, the Infinity Saga was then properly capped off to the main story, which functioned as an epilogue. Now the young hero is set to go on a new mission. It is still uncertain who will be the main villain in Spider-Man: Far Away From Home, but it is being hyped by Sony about five months before it hits theaters.

Posted on Sony Pictures Entertainment’s official Youtube channel is a new promo spot, attracting the audience to revisit Spider-Man: Far From Home and Spider-Man: Homecoming before its follow-up drops. At the end of the clip, however, it claims that Spider-Man biggest journey is yet to come referring to Peter’s upcoming story in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Earlier this year, Spider-Man: No Way Home finished filming. But aside from its official title and a couple of stills, there is no other promotional material available for the film. The audience is waiting for the 1st trailer of the film, which would offer some more information about the film. Sony is using the upcoming film to market its predecessors. Spider-Man: No Way Home is said to be a live-action version of the SpiderVerse narrative. Reshoots are supposedly taking place for Spider-Man: No Way Home; after that new trailer can be expected. 

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