The upcoming reality-bending Marvel Cinematic Universe movie starring Zendaya and Tom Holland will soon be released. The trailer of ‘No Way Home’ is out and full of hidden hints. There are speculations of the return of Marvel’s one of the finest villains from the previous movies.
The newest movie from the Spiderman trilogy will be released this Christmas. Spider-Man: No Way Home will mark the end of the most recent Spiderman franchise starring Emmy-winning actor Zendaya and Tom Holland.
The first Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer teases many Marvel villains that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man will fight. The movie has been highly anticipated since Spiderman far from home ended.
Mysterio revealing Spider-Man’s secret identity as Peter Parker to the world came as a considerable shock; with not being able to withstand the repercussions, he turns to another MCU character for help which turns his world into a mess.
Benedict Cumberbatch will be returning as Doctor Strange, which led to a downpour of rumours about other Marvel characters who might appear.
There are also speculations around the return of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield as their respective versions of Spider-Man.
The Multiverse, or the concept that many realities can exist simultaneously, has dominated Marvel comics.
In the released trailer, we see Doctor Strange perform a spell at the request of Peter, who wants people to forget about his identity, but the spell goes into disarray. The city starts looking like Inception’s alternate universe with buildings bending and changing.
However, the trailer left us curious about the presence of past villains from the previous franchise. Here’s our list of all the villains set to return in the new film.
There is no actual footage in Spider-Man: No Way Home‘s trailer where the goblin is visible on screen, but there are various Norman Osborn hints.
Firstly, the chilling Green Goblin laugh is played over the trailer to provide fans with the upcoming events. A glimpse of his recognisable weapons follows this up. One of Green Goblin’s famous Pumpkin Bombs bounces and rolls down the highway.
The Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer ended with the confirmation of Alfred Molina’s return as Otto Octavius, aka Doc Ock. He starred in Spider-Man 2 as Doc Ock, one of the best villains in the MCU.
Previously we saw him fight Tobey Maguire’s Peter Parker and ultimately collapse in his invention. His line in the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer is “Hello Peter,” confirming his entry. The trailer only provides a brief look at a highway bridge that is under attack.
Jamie Foxx’s Electro originally played the Marvel villain in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Electro again is not visible in the trailer, but yellow lightning is overflowing at 2:13.
The powerful lightning bolts are shown striking police in the street, while another shot features Spider-man in the black and gold suit trying to avoid them. Foxx confirmed the news on social media, but he did suggest that Electro won’t be blue this time.
Thomas Hayden Church previously played the Marvel villain Spider-Man 3. Although his return has been speculated, Sandman appears to come during one of Electro’s lightning storms, as the sand surrounding Spider-Man rises all around him.
Now this suggests that maybe Electro and Sandman are working together against Spider-man. However, some fans suggest that Sandman is using his powers to protect Peter from Electro’s attacks.
The trailer also includes a quick sight of the Lizard’s Return. The moment comes around 2:26 as a giant figure attacks Peter. Although the scene is dark, the general shape of the lizard gives us an idea.
Rhys Ifans played Curt Connors in The Amazing Spider-Man, which showed the brilliant scientist transforming into a lizard due to his regrowing genetic tissue experiments.
Spider-Man: No Way Home‘s story also resembles the “Spider-Man: One More Day” storyline from the comics, which saw Mephisto bring Aunt May back to life at the cost of his marriage with Mary Jane. With a sign that even labels Peter as a “Devil in Disguise,” in the footage. We are only guessing, but this sure looks like a possibility.