It must be a big surprise for Marvel fans. But nothing came of it, on the contrary: now the stars are already beginning to make quite a pronounced slip of the tongue.
The idea was actually perfect: what better way to surprise Marvel fans than at “Spider-Man: No Home” Suddenly out of nowhere the old actors Spider-Man Tobey Maguire And Andrew Garfield pop up? Can you imagine the reactions in the cinema? Well, unfortunately, he has to stick with the performance, because it is now an open secret that the two will star in the next movie from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) alongside Tom Holland.
Simply put, there are so many hints and rumors in this direction that even the second trailer for “Spider-Man: No Way Home” appears to have received a similar offer. This breakdown was good for a lot of laughs among Marvel fans. And it is clear that the cautious attitude of the stars is slowly leaving much to be desired, as two small examples demonstrate.
For one thing, there will be corrupting demons Tom Hollandwho inadvertently revealed the secrets of the MCU on several occasions. Along with fellow stars Zendaya and Jacob Batalon, he recorded a reaction video for the new trailer. In the same scene in which the trailer broke down, Tom Holland asked, “Where…” before interrupting himself. Of course, it didn’t take long before fans enjoyed it:
It’s unclear, of course, whether Tom Holland really got a threatening look from Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige at the moment of his suspected slip of the tongue. We don’t know what question Hollande wanted to ask. Because of the start, the scene, his abrupt stop and his past as a spoiling risk, the premise was that he actually wanted to ask where the other Spidermen were at this moment.
MCU newcomer Jaime Fox writes about ‘spiders’
The slip is clearer, but it’s less fun too Jamie Foxx the end. He returned as Electro in “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, the last time he played a Marvel villain “The Amazing: Spider-Man 2: Electric Rise”Andrew Garfield was his opponent at the time. Fox himself suggests that he could also deal with Peter Parker. In response to the new trailer, he posted a post on Instagram with the hashtag “#chasingspiders,” which means “catch spiders.”
Now, of course, the question arises: Why “spiders”, i.e. the plural, when officially it’s only against Spider-Man Tom Holland?
The multiverse will likely bring back Marvel heroes from previous generations as well as Spider-Man villains. Even if everyone was expecting their “No Way Home” appearance at this point, cheers are sure to erupt in a number of movie theaters should Garfield and Maguire actually appear. Fortunately, we don’t have to wait long for a definitive answer: “Spider-Man: No Way Home” begins December 15 2021 In German cinemas. To get in the right mood, you can watch the much-cited second trailer here (again):
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