Spider-Man: The No Way Home trailer is set to arrive faster than you think.
It has been confirmed that the next screening of the new Marvel movie will begin at an event in Los Angeles on Tuesday (November 16) at 5pm PT. It should arrive online shortly thereafter, which will be after 1 a.m. Wednesday, UK time.
While some of the upcoming MCU films have recently delayed their release dates, Spider-Man: No Way Home remains solid on December 17 which means it is more than a month before it enters cinemas.
Peter Parker’s third-awaited single performance by Tom Holland begins in Spider-Man: Far From Home. For the first time in Spidey’s cinematic history, his identity was corrupted in the world.
Unable to separate his normal life from being Spider-Man friendly, Peter seeks the help of Dr. Strange to make everyone forget who he is. Little does he know that it leads to poles becoming even more dangerous.
Could this movie signal the end of Holland’s Spider-Man run? He spoke recently after it was “bittersweet” to record the final scene, but also could not say why it was. “It’s the first time since I acted like Spider-Man that I didn’t have a contract,” he explained.
“It’s very difficult for me to talk about it, because there are so many things I would like to talk about that can help me decorate what I’m trying to describe. But I can’t, because it will just ruin the film,” Holland explained.
And if that makes you nervous, he has been misunderstood in the same way about a new film starring “the coolest scene ever”, so Holland recently learned spoiler lessons.