Marvel fans are still anxiously awaiting the first trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, but those who know where to look have spotted some information that points towards truth in some major rumors in the form of merchandise descriptions.
The third Spidey film to be directed by Jon Watts and star Tom Holland as the titular web-slinger, No Way Home, has been confirmed to also feature Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange and rumored to include appearances from actors who have been in past live action Spider-Man franchises.
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Among the speculations include former franchise actors Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, as well as a bunch of villains from the films including Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock from the first trilogy as well as Jamie Foxx’s Electro from The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Spider-Man Figurines Share Some Secrets
Figures based on the movie have come with descriptions hinting at nods to “other movies” besides No Way Home, possibly indicating elements from other Peter Parker movies will come into play.
“Swing into terror with the Spider-Man: No Way Home 6-Inch Action Figures! With lots of articulation and potentially multiversal consequences, each figure draws its inspiration from the movie – and potentially other movies too!”
A description of a figure from Hasbro hints at “unlimited possibilities” and the potential breaking of reality in the film.
“The future of reality has never been less certain than in Spider-Man: No Way Home Deluxe 6-Inch Action Figures! What madness will be unleashed as Peter comes face to face with unlimited possibilities – just like the possibilities of fun you’ll have with these deluxe action figures! Extra action means extra fun, blasting goodness knows what through magic new adventures!”
This description may tie in with whatever the final line of yet another blurb from an action figure inspired by the No Way Home.
“Blast your way into another universe with the Spider-Man: No Way Home Hero Blasters! These fun blasters let you bring the movie adventures home, provided you can find a way back.”
The slightly ominous part about “[finding] a way back” in this snippet certainly ties in with the title of the movie, but given the aforementioned line about reality possibly changing, it may also be hinting at Spider-Man getting lost in a different reality – or breaking it altogether – and needing to find a way to restore or return to his own.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is currently slated for release on December 16, 2021.
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Source: Comic Book Movie