Fans have already seen plenty of new footage from Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: No Way Home sequel. This has been visible in various trailers and promotional materials in the weeks leading up to the film’s release. Fans were given a taste of Peter Parker’s comeback with Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange comrades. Moreover, a wide variety of previously seen villains from around the multiverse were seen in these snippets.
The highly anticipated threequel to No Way Home remains cloaked in mystery. All this as Sony and Marvel strive to be enigmatic about all things No Way Home. This is despite the release of a variety of videos. Tom Holland has indicated how things will start in the third act. this follows the conclusion of Far from Home.
In an appearance on The Graham Norton Show, Tom Holland, the hero of Spider-Man: No Way Home, unveiled the highly anticipated sequel’s opening shot. Peter Parker’s superhuman identity is revealed to the world in a “freeze-frame” towards the end of 2019’s blockbuster, according to the British actor of Spider-Man 3: Far From Home.
“What’s cool about this film is it picks up right after the second one finishes. So the second one finishes with a freeze-frame of Spider-Man, the third one starts with the same freeze-frame.”
Far From Home ended with a cliffhanger for many fans as Spider-Man’s identity was exposed to the world. Peter Parker and the rest of New York react to the game-changing ending. After this, No Way Home follows just a few moments later. Peter, his friends, and villains, as well as the inhabitants of New York, will be able to see how they and the rest of the city respond to the revelation that Spider-Man is an underage killer.
There are some intriguing ties between the end of Spider-Man’s European travels and when No Way Home is set. A significant time leap is expected to occur in the threequel as it builds toward Peter Parker’s court trial in the film’s second half.