New Spider-Man: No Way Home Clip Shows the First Minute of the Movie

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We are now seven days away before Spider-Man: No Way Home hits cinemas in North America and everyone has been excited thanks to the appearances of the villains from the past Spider-Man films and the rumors that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will show up. While we're all waiting to see it in its entirety, we now have our first look at the first minute of the film.

Tom Holland recently appeared on the late-night talk show Late Night with Seth Meyers in which they showed the first minute of the film. The clip, which picks up right after the events of Far from Home, shows Peter Parker reacting to being outed by The Daily Bugle about his identity as Spider-Man and then he rescues MJ from being mobbed by the crowd. Afterward, they swing away to retreat at a rooftop where Peter received a call from his friend Ned. You can watch the clip here (which starts at the 0:13 mark):


After weeks of releasing trailers, promos, and TV spots, we finally have our first full clip of a scene from the film. While the clip didn't show any significant moments or spoilers, it is still exciting that they finally released one and it does give us an idea about how the film will start. That should hype up fans who have been looking forward to seeing the film.

There's a lot of anticipation right now surrounding the film. It already broke a record at Fandango for having the biggest ticket pre-sales since 2019's Avengers: Endgame and it is projected to have the biggest domestic opening weekend of any Spider-Man film which will be an astonishing feat considering that we are still living through the pandemic.

Of course, there's also the long-time speculation that Maguire and Garfield might be showing up in the film as well as the rumored appearance of Charlie Cox's Daredevil, who has been confirmed recently by Kevin Feige to join the MCU soon. Are they actually going to be in the film? We will find out very, very soon.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to be released in theaters this coming December 17.