Spider-Man: No Way Home’s trailer dropped a bomb of craziness as soon as it hit the internet. Being one of the most anticipated movies for the year to end, the trailer has given fans many things. And this includes more than just the infamous bridge scene.
No Way Home trailer gives us a clearer look and so far has the longest shots of its multiversal villains, along with details regarding when the threequel’s tickets will be available for pre-sale. But that’s not all. The second trailer also gives us an action-filled glimpse of Tom Holland’s Peter Parker’s most pivotal test yet.
No Way Home might have just featured a couple of scenes to spoil a massive potential death of one of the most adorable characters in the franchise. And we are not talking about Zendaya’s M.J.
Spider-Man’s upcoming installment No Way Home might just let us see the last of Aunt May because the second trailer tells us just that. In the trailer, we see Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange says, “It’s their fate.” We see Peter reaching out to block one of the Green Goblin’s pumpkin bombs following this scene. The little round things were previously seen in the film’s original trailer.
The scene straightway switches to a shot of Peter, almost in time to reach the bomb. And just then, it starts glowing brighter as it is about to explode.
After this, the trailer moves to show a vehicle exploding outside of a building that already had news vans parked in its surroundings. Instantly, the scene is followed by another explosion. But this time, it is the front entrance of the same building. Half a second later, its awning comes crashing down.
Following a couple of other chaotic shots is a clip of Marisa Tomei’s Aunt May. She is seen running with an unrelaxed expression on her face. And the lighting in this location appears exactly like where Peter tried to catch Goblin’s bomb.
It is important to acknowledge that the first trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home features Happy Hogan. Now we are all aware of the man’s affections towards Peter’s Aunt May. And in the scene, he was seen witnessing an explosive scene with a terrified expression.
However, this in no way suggests that Aunt May will get out of the threequel alive. In his latest conversation, Peter Parker, aka Tom Holland, admitted out loud to the fans that the film will have the tones of being “dark” and “sad”. This revelation was backed up by the industry’s most reliable scooper Daniel Richtman. In No Way Home, He asserted that Holland’s Peter “has to suffer and lose everyone he loves.”
The original comics and the other Spider-Man film franchises have shown Peter having to say the final goodbye to Uncle Ben. So maybe MCU’s Spider-Man trilogy has reached the point where Peter loses his Aunt May. And this is in addition to already having lost his mentor Tony Stark.
There is the slightest chance that we are looking too closely. And that these explosive scenes have nothing to do with Marisa Tomei’s May. However, it cannot be ignored that her life will be at risk, just like everyone else close to Peter.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to hit the theaters on December 17.