The trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, the upcoming game from Insomniac Games, has been released. It features a scene where Spider-Man is in an airport and he’s being chased by two men with guns.
The spider-man no way home cast is a game that was released on April 3rd, 2019. The game received mixed reviews and the trailer was met with criticism for its portrayal of Spider-Man.
The Trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home Opens a Can of Worms
Sony has published the first Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer, after patching yesterday’s breach with some well-placed webbing. Spider-Man: No Way Home is the third (sort of) solo Spidey film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it sees Peter Parker join up with Doctor Strange to battle the multiverse, which includes other versions of his iconic adversaries from prior films. Spider-Man: No Way Home, like Homecoming and Far From Home, is directed by Jon Watts and stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Marisa Tomei, and Jon Favreau; they’re joined by Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange, Benedict Wong as Wong (how many actors celebrated for being “born to play” their parts can say that? ), and a slew of actors reprising roles from previous, defunct franchises. After playing the superflu shuffle, Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released in cinemas on December 17, 2021. (originally, we were meant to have seen it by now). Check out the trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home below:
If nothing else, the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer perfectly encapsulates why I’m so gloomy about the MCU’s future and why I’m so furious about it. I’ve like their Spider-Man flicks thus far, despite how loosely they’ve followed Peter Parker’s character and narrative, but my pleasure and ability to ignore the deviations was based on my belief that it was going someplace. I thought they were using his high school years as a kind of preview of his future, so he might meet individuals like Gwen Stacy and Mary Jane Watson, or Harry Osbourne and his weird father, at college and beyond. But – and I’ve said this before, so I’ll say it again – No Way Home is making it plain that they’re not planning anything. Those characters will be plucked from other universes, which means Spidey will never encounter them in a natural setting or develop organic connections with them. Even if MCU iterations of them appear, he’ll just recognize them as alternative dimensions versions of the people he battled that one time. After that, why should anybody take Holland’s Spider-Man seriously?
Okay, I feel like I scream about that at least once a week, either here or to pals, but let’s take a look at the remainder of the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer. I appreciate that the narrative revolves on the ramifications of Spidey’s secret identity being exposed; like the multiverse tale, I believe it’s too early in Peter’s journey to be telling a story like that, but at least they’re dealing with it. Peter is detained; he is pursued by photographers (a premonition of his future profession?). Pete’s family and friends are in danger; will Peter become what he’s seen? This is excellent, at least in terms of the narrative they’ve given; no bullshit Ragnarok crap where Loki is shown to be Fake Odin in 30 seconds because he’s a moron. This is also what leads Peter to Doctor Strange, which I enjoy. One of the MCU’s virtues is that all of these various people, each with their own set of talents, live in the same area – many of them in the same city – so it makes sense for one to seek out another when in need of a certain set of abilities. There are echoes of the “One More Day” tale, with Peter attempting to erase something he can no longer bear; the fact that he seeks help from a fellow superhero rather than THE DEVIL HIMSELF is probably more in-character as well.
However, that same power becomes a problem. In these films, I like Doctor Strange, and Benedict Cumberbatch is fantastic in the character. However, based on the trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, he seems to be a far larger role of this film than Iron Man was in Homecoming or (sort of) Nick Fury was in Far From Home. This seems more like a buddy cop movie, with a gruff, world-weary Doctor Strange teaming up with a spunky, wise-cracking kid who he’ll eventually discover is the partner he’s always needed to take on an universe of – I suppose – lunacy. This is another issue I thought would go away, but it seems to be just becoming worse; Spider-Man needs to stand on his own two feet rather than being held up by a “grown-up” superhero. Far From Home implied that Peter would make his own suit at the conclusion, but nope, he’s back in that stupid Iron Spider armor because character development is overrated. It’s also disappointing – albeit, I guess, in keeping with that theme – that the spell goes awry because Peter is an idiot who refuses to shut up when Doctor Strange orders him to. Doctor Strange is fairly foolish to be doing this, to be honest; I know he’s arrogant, but he’s hardly irresponsible with magic, particularly for something so silly. So two clever people have to act stupid in order for a storyline that shouldn’t even be occurring to happen. This is not a positive indication; in fact, there isn’t much of it that is.
What did you think of the trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home? Are you looking forward to seeing the film? Is it impossible for Bruce Campbell to appear in one – or all three – of his cameos? Leave your thoughts in the comments below, and stay tuned to Geeks + Gamers for more movie news.
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