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Here are 6 New Spider-Man: NWH Teasers That Reveals New Footages

Spider-Man: NWH is now less than a month away, and fans are finally getting a good look at what the third installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will include, which is exciting news. The MCU faithful have been speculating how No Way Home’s Multiversal villains will influence the film’s narrative since Sony released the second trailer for the movie at a fan event earlier this year.

As seen in the new footage, Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock and Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin are joined by Jaime Foxx, Thomas Haden Church, and Rhys Ifans’ Lizard as the Multiverse’s most infamous villains. It doesn’t stop there; in Sony’s latest round of promotional trailers, we see Spider-Man facing off against the Sorcerer Supreme and other Multiversal antagonists while also seeing the villains repurpose some familiar Stark technology against the web-slinger.

More Footage For Spider-Man: NWH

“The Multiverse is real.”

– Peter Parker, Spider-Man: No Way Home

For the promotion of Spider-Man: NWH, six new TV spots have been released. These include unique footage of Peter Parker’s conflict with Doctor Strange and improved views of Doc Ock, Electro. Sandman and Lizard. The first set of new footage features Tom Holland’s Peter Parker and Zendaya’s MJ, as well as Peter’s tumultuous situation in the franchise threequel.

After being “bit by that spider,” the wall-crawler admits that he’s had only one week of everyday life since. Dr. Strange’s “botched” spell, now “pulling in visitors from every universe,” is the subject of the following TV spot.

First, Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock realizes that Tom Holland’s Peter Parker is not the one he knows as Spider-Man, which prompts Parker to exclaim that he is “so confused right now” in the second commercial. Spider-Man villains like Green Goblin and Lizard are also shown in the thirty-second spot, which ends with Peter realizing “the multiverse is real.”

As a result of the Sorcerer Supreme’s assertion that Spider-Man’s interdimensional adversaries “all (died) fighting,” Peter becomes convinced that he “can’t save everyone.”

Something’s Strange

TV footage shows a closer look at Jaime Foxx’s Electro’s new look, which may even feature some standard MCU technology:

To further emphasize Spider-Man’s need to figure out why and how to save the Multiversal villains, “Help” is the third Spider-Man: NWH TV spot. As Peter Parler is pursued by Doc Ock, the villain says he “underestimated” him.

As the web-slinger reveals his own set of mechanical arms, he tells his tentacles that they’ve “got competition”. After Doctor Strange informs Spider-Man that all of their Multiversal visitors “(died) fighting Spider-Man,” we get new looks at Jaime Foxx’s Electro and Thomas Haden Church’s Sandman.

Seeking Help

When Spider-Man steals the mysterious cube that could contain the villains from all over the Multiverse, Peter Parker and Stephen Strange get into a fight. A purple glow emanates from the Multiverse as Dr. Strange warns Spider-Man that he “can’t stop them,” and the sky cracks open to reveal this warning.

New TV ads include “Break the Universe,” which features MJ lecturing Peter about the importance of first consulting with his friends before doing anything that might “break the universe,” perhaps the most exciting title of them all.

Spider-Man 3’s villain Doc Ock then appears to tell Peter that he is “flying out into the darkness to fight ghosts” as the trailer shows Tom Holland’s Spidey being grabbed in mid-air by a gigantic Sandman.

Break The Universe

When Peter says, “There has to be another way,” Doctor Strange responds, “There isn’t:” Things get a little crazy in “Visitors Kids,” as Happy Hogan leaves a message on Peter Parker’s voicemail explaining his state of mind.

He’s curious about “those guys.” in which new footage of Peter fighting Doc Ock in nanotech Iron Spider suits is shown accompanied by the question: “What the hell is going on?” With the help of what appears to be Tony Stark’s miniature Arc Reactor, Electro may be drawing power from it while on the verge of an explosion.

The Visitors Kids

If you look closely, you can hear Lizard’s chilling roar, which shocks J. Jonah Jameson enough to wonder whether he’s “a dinosaur:” The final TV spot, titled “New Suit Cutdown,” hints at Doc Ock taking the Iron Spider’s nanotech and incorporating it into his mechanical arms.

As shown in the accompanying captions, Dr. Octopus greets Spider-Man and wonders aloud if he believes his “fancy new suit’s going to save” him. Dr. Octopus is taken aback when Peter extends his suit’s four arms once more, telling his tentacles that it looks like they have competition:

More Content For Fans

During the final month leading up to the release of No Way Home, Sony is giving fans a sneak peek at what the third MCU Spider-Man film will include. Fans can finally get excited about their favorite legacy villains’ new looks thanks to the film’s release of better images of all the antagonists.

It’s clear that Electro and Doc Ock are excited about their newfound power and are already preparing to embrace the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) with gusto. To make matters worse, Alfred Molina, who played the original Spider-Man bad guy, admitted to Peter Parker that he “underestimated” him during their fight. This should give Spider-Man 2 fans a hint about how intense the battle with Doctor Octopus will be.

Spider-Man’s dilemma with Doctor Strange, the Sorcerer Supreme, has been underscored in several new TV spots, most of which focus on Doctor Strange and his inability to stop what’s coming through the Multiversal rifts in space. There are several possible consequences to the third MCU Spider-Man story, including Doctor Strange having to deal with a broken Multiverse, which is promised to be explored in Doctor Strange’s next solo outing.

Spidey and Doctor Strange Against The Villains

Aside from Happy Hogan’s surprise TV spot appearance, it appears that Spider-Man is dealing with villains that Hogan doesn’t seem to be kept in the loop as he tries to figure out who those villains are. If Peter doesn’t intend to keep Happy Hogan in the loop about his plans, this scene will most likely remain in the film’s first act.

Former Iron Man bodyguard may be on the way to protect Peter’s family, including his Far From Home love interest, Aunt May. ‘The Iron Man’ Even though he appeared calm and collected while calling Peter, he was visibly shocked when he stopped his car and looked out the window in disbelief at a burning building in No Way Home’s first trailer.

New footage from Spider-Man: NWH has confirmed that stability will not be a factor in this third installment of the Spider-Man film series. When Tom Holland’s Peter Parker and Doctor Strange fight to keep their universe safe, they will both have to face their mortality as well as the mortality of the universe as a whole.