Following the social media leaks Sunday night, the official trailer for Marvel’s highly anticipated Spider-Man: Nowhere is finally here.
Sony Pictures CEO Tom Rothman introduced the trailer and Tom Holland and Benedict Cumberbatch provided comments. The clip sees Peter Parker facing his cruelest enemy to date: the past. After nearly a year of speculation, the trailer confirmed the multiverse plot of “No Way Home,” which will unite Holland with the villain from the previous Spider-Man movie franchise.
This includes “Doctor Octopus” by Alfred Molina, “Electronics” by Jamie Fox and “The Green Devils” by William Dafoe. In the recent Spider-Man sequel, Parker’s true identity was revealed in the film’s final moments. Now, in the face of exposure and dire consequences, high school student Parker’s life has turned chaotic.
“According to the record, he never meant to lie to you,” Holland told his co-star Zandaya in the trailer. “But how do you tell others that you are Spider-Man?”
To find a supernatural solution, Parker turns to Doctor Strange (Cumberbatch) to find a spell that can lift the big reveal and restore things to their original form. Thanks to the embarrassment of some unsuspecting teenagers, the unleashed magic put Parker and Strange in a multiverse and unspeakable danger.
Zendaya will play MJ, Jacob Batalon will play Ned Leeds, Marisa Tomei will play Aunt May, Benedict Wong will play Wong, and Jon Favreau will play Happy Hogan. Jon Watts returns to direct his third series “Holland”.
Earlier this year, Molina told Variety that his story would start from the moment in Spider-Man 2, where Dr. Oak took his unstable nuclear reactor and sank in the East River to save this city.
In addition to Molina’s return, Foxx previously revealed in a deleted Instagram post that he will reprise the role of Electro in Marc Webb’s “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” in 2014. Fans also asked Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, Spider-Man who fought Doc Ock and Electro in his own franchise, to return to the bonanza of the crossover universe, but there was no official announcement.
After the trailer was officially released, the film’s official Twitter account teased Sunday’s leak, writing, “Cheers to the real person who sees the trailer for the first time.”