5 Amazing Moments From the ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Trailer
August 24th, 2021
Tom Holland as Peter Parker in 'Spider-Man: No Way Home.'
Now that the Spider-Man: No Way Home teaser trailer has been officially released, we are dying to talk about our favorite moments. Below, we have timecoded standout scenes from the upcoming Marvel movie.
J. Jonah Jameson's Return
As Tom Holland’s Spider-Man carries MJ through what looks to be Times Square, J K Simmons’ iconic voice says, “That’s right folks. Spider-Man is in fact Peter Parker!” He appears on a few monitors with what seems to be the Daily Bugle‘s logo, then showing a split photo of Peter and Spider-Man with “Public Enemy #1” across it.
There's Snow in Doctor Strange's House
As Peter runs into Doctor Strange’s home, everything is covered in powdery, white snow. You can even see a guy shoveling snow in the corner when Peter arrives. We guess Doctor Strange never got around to fixing that hole Hulk left from Infinity War. Also, how great is it that even with a hoodie and puffer jacket, Doctor Strange still manages to throw his coveted cape over?
Green Goblin's Bomb
As you hear that sinister laugh we all know too well from the first Spider-Man (2002) movie, a bomb gets dropped — and quite literally as Green Goblin’s bomb bounces onto a highway packed with cars. “Be careful what you wish for, Parker.”
Alfred Molina's Doc Ock is Back
The first multiverse reveal comes via Alfred Molina reprising his role from Spider-Man 2 as Otto Octavius, stepping into frame with his infamous Doc Ock arms. He sinisterly says, “Hello, Peter,” to who we believe will be Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man, as Doc Ock wouldn’t know who Tom Holland’s Spider-Man is. We must wait and see for any upcoming trailers confirming Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man characters in the multiverse.
Peter Messing Up Doctor Strange's Spell
Nothing is funnier or puts you on the edge of your seat more than this scene where Peter Parker is starting to regret his decision in having people forget he’s Spider-Man. The more he spirals in the idea of MJ forgetting all their moments together, the more he ruins Doctor Strange’s concentration — which ultimately leads to tampering with the stability of space-time.