'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Trailer Breakdown: A Multiverse of Evil

The new trailer for "Spider-Man: No Way Home' finally dropped last night, and it unleashed the most diabolical villains from all different universes.

Jesse Conner

By Jesse Conner

Spider-Man: No Way Home - Trailer Breakdown

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As we edge closer and closer to the release of the new Spider-Man movie, fans are beside themselves waiting to see what kind of surprises this new flick has in store. And just last night, Sony pulled off a full fan event with Tom Holland in attendance to showcase the newest trailer for "Spider-Man: No Way Home." You probably heard that the first teaser trailer actually set a new all-time record for most global views in the first 24 hours, accumulating 355.5 million views. So, how much mayhem do you think this new preview will conjure up?

'Spider-Man: No Way Home': Trailer Breakdown

Following the events of the teaser trailer when Doctor Strange tried out a new spell that changed reality itself, we knew that there were some new visitors in our universe. But after seeing this trailer, we now learn that almost all of these newcomers are evil. But they do seem to all have one thing in common. They want to find and kill Peter Parker. And to clarify even further, they want to find and kill THEIR Peter Parker. So, what does this mean exactly? Well, during a scuffle between Spider-Man (Tom Holland) and Dr. Otto Octavius (Alfred Molina), Doc Ock has Spider-Man in his deadly grip. But as soon as Spider-Man removes his mask, the fight stops. With confusion in his eyes, Doc Ock says, "You're not Peter Parker."

© Sony Pictures Releasing / © Marvel Entertainment

© Sony Pictures Releasing / © Marvel Entertainment

Many have interpreted this to mean that since all of these villains come from other universes, then maybe there have been some heroes added, too. Specifically, the fan theory remains that Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and possibly even Miles Morales have also joined Holland in his universe. As Holland's Spider-Man continues to run into past foes from different universes, Doctor Strange tells Peter that they all must die. Their fate in their universe has been that they die fighting Spider-Man. Something else that people haven't really been talking about is another friend/foe may be joining this film as well. If you remember the post-credits scene of "Venom: Let There Be Carnage," and we notice Spider-Man rocking the black suit, then maybe Venom will come into play in some way.

Who Will Be Saved?

Let's talk about one scene that's been driving everyone crazy. There's an emotional shot of MJ possibly falling to her death in the same way that Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) did in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." Just before this, there's a scene of Peter confiding in MJ, saying "This is all my fault. I can't save everyone." Many superfans are praying for MJ's safety saying they'll stop watching these films if MJ dies. Others are theorizing that Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man will swoop in with a grand entrance and save MJ as a sort of self-redemption since he wasn't able to save Gwen in his universe. Though there's still no visible shot of Garfield or Maguire that we've seen, we'll be extremely surprised if we don’t see either of them appear in this blockbuster.

Jesse Conner

Jesse is a writer and content manager for Noovie. When he's not working, he's on the beach playing volleyball.

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