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Spider-Man: No Way Home Poster Shows Off Doctor Strange’s Portals

Doctor Strange’s portals are highlighted in a new Spider-Man: No Way Home poster. Marvel Studios is beginning to shift its focus to the imminent release of its fourth and final feature. The film is a collaboration with Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Tom Holland will reprise his role as Spider-Man from the Marvel Cinematic Universe in his third standalone production.

The Plot Of Spider-Man: No Way Home

Spider-Man: No Way Home
Zendaya and Tom Holland in Spider-Man No Way Home

The events of Spider-Man: Far From Home are continued in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which deals with the implications of Peter Parker’s secret superhero identity being discovered. To make matters worse, he’s accused of murdering Mysterio, who is still largely seen as a decent guy. He reaches out to Doctor Strange, who, despite Wong’s warnings about casting a particularly perilous spell, jumps at the chance. Inadvertently, casting the altered spell worsens their plight by forcing them to cope with the multiverse, which is most likely how Spider-Man 2 nemesis Doc Ock will appear in the MCU.

A New Poster Has Been Shared By A Twitter User, Although It Yet Has To Be Confirmed By The Studio

With less than a month and a half till Spider-Man: No Way Home hits theatres, a stunning new poster for the film has been discovered. It shows Doctor Strange’s portal, and it appears as he and Spider-Man have just come out of it. Take a look at the photo below, which was taken by Twitter user @QuidVacuo.

This new poster comes after what appears to be the first official one-sheet poster for Spider-Man: No Way Home was discovered in Australia. In the background, the same multiverse picture is employed, but without the dazzling portal that surrounds it. To be honest, Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures Entertainment have been long late in producing a suitable poster for the threequel. Aside from its debut trailer, which was released in late August 2021, the film’s promotional campaign has been quiet.

The studios have yet to confirm the validity of both posters, but they do the job in terms of spreading the news about the film. Because Spider-Man is such a famous character, Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures Entertainment can afford to cut back on their promotion for the hero’s upcoming feature. Fans have already made up their minds to see it. The initiative should be promoted to casual audiences who aren’t really invested in these pictures.

Written by Prachee Mishra