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New No Way Home TV Spot Shows An Extended Version Of Sinister Six Shot

A new TV spot has been released for Spider-Man: No Way Home that provides fans with a closer look at the Sinister Six from the trailer. The upcoming No Way Home will be the third outing for Tom Holland as the web-slinger, and the 27th film in the MCU overall. The movie will see some old characters returning like Marisa Tomei, Zendaya, Jon Favreau, JB Smoove, Hannibal Buress, Tony Revolori, Jacob Batalon, Angourie Rice, and JK Simmons. These characters will be appearing alongside Doctor Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, and Wong, played by Benedict Wong.

The New No Way Home Trailer Has Left All Marvel Fans Thrilled

Doctor Strange and Spider-Man in No Way Home
Doctor Strange and Spider-Man in No Way Home

No Way Home will see Peter approaching Doctor Strange to help everyone forget his identity as Spider-Man which was revealed by Mysterio in the final moments of Spider-Man: Far From Home. However, the spell goes haywire and causes a rift in the multiverse, allowing various villains to appear in the MCU, which includes characters from Sam Raimi and Marc Webb’s franchise. We have Alfred Molina playing Doc Ock while Tom Everett Scott will play Sandman, Jamie Foxx will be seen reprising his role of Electro, Willem Dafoe will return for Green Goblin and Rhys Ifans will play the Lizard. These villains will apparently play the Sinister Six, a well-known group of villains in the Spider-Man comics.

On the Sony Pictures Brasil Twitter account, a minute-long TV spot footage was shared for the film. It is dubbed in Portuguese, but fans who have already gone over the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer would figure out that they are mostly the same moments arranged in a different way. However, it has one major difference – giving the climactic shot of the group of villains more time than the original new trailer.

Here’s the teaser:

It looks highly unlikely that the rumored cameos by Spider-Man actors Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire will take place in the film, or have major screen time in the film. This trailer could’ve been the best opportunity to reveal the trio but keeping in mind that Marvel has also kept the sixth Sinister member a secret, they might just be hiding a bit more than we think.

Whether all three Spider-Men end up in the film or not, No Way Home will be an ambitious crossover in the franchise which is popular for huge crossovers. Bringing the previous iterations of Spider-Men back will definitely please a lot of Marvel fans and will also have some lasting effects in the MCU.

It will be interesting to see how things unfold as Spider-Man: No Way Home releases on December 17th.

Written by Ryan Lee