Spider-Man: No Way Home promotion cut offers new footage of Doc Ock (Alfred Molina), MJ (Zendaya), and Ned (Jacob Batalon). It’s as yet uncertain if a third trailer for the Jon Watts and Tom Holland-drove blockbuster will be released. However, as the Spider-Man: No Way Home debut date nears, Marvel Studios and Sony are continuing to advance it through the carry out of more limited TV spots, a large portion of which include new bits from the film and reveal more footage of supporting players in the story outside of Peter Parker/Spider-Man.
In celebration of the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets, the official Spider-Man Instagram account has shared its latest promotional spot. The video is a blend of old and new footage cut between the repeated announcement, “Tickets on sale now,” with the latter including an additional gander at the wall-crawler’s battle with Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock. Meanwhile, the promotion also shows new scenes of Peter talking to Ned on the phone in the immediate aftermath of Spider-Man: Far From Home, clearly amidst a dangerous situation as Holland’s Spider-Man yells “Buddy!” at his closest companion over video call while balancing on a scaffold with MJ. Watch the video underneath:
Based on the recently released Spider-Man: No Way Home trailers, all these bits take place in the first half of the film. The blockbuster is relied upon to be one of, if not the longest Spider-Man film hitherto, so there are still a lot of complications to come following the occasions shown in this new clasp. Regardless, Spider-Man’s battle with Doc Ock, which has been prominently utilized in Marvel Studios and Sony’s marketing for Spider-Man: No Way Home, may be the first action succession that instigates the succeeding occasions of the story. The match-up leads to Spider-Man besting the villain, and from that point he is detained at what appears to be the Sanctum Sanctorium, thanks to the assistance of Doctor Strange.
Aside from the battle with Doc Ock, the Spider-Man: No Way Home clasp reveals a new exchange among Peter and Ned. The pair’s brief however entertaining exchange, which includes an equally clever and startling cameo from Zendaya, indicates that his two companions (one now his better half) will probably once again be critical to Peter’s story. Given the many colossal new threats that Peter is set to face in Spider-Man: No Way Home, the web-slinger will doubtlessly require his companions’ assistance like never before. Given their relationship in past Spider-Man sections, it’s dicey that even a sensation like Peter’s actual hero identity could break them apart.