After a long and grueling wait, this week could very well be the week Marvel fans have been waiting for. The official trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to debut at the 2021 CinemaCon during Sony Pictures' two-hour presentation. However, as exciting as that sounds, there's a huge catch as the said trailer will only be shown exclusively at the said event and will not be subsequently released online.
A little frustrating when you think about it but leave it to the hackers to deliver us the goods. Apparently, the official trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home has already made its way online ahead of CinemaCon. The said footage first surfaced on Tiktok and would later make its way on various social media platforms.
The original source of the leaked trailer has yet to be identified but as far as its authenticity goes, I think there's no way you can fake it (Yes, I've already seen it myself) as it includes actual clips from Stephen Strange and Peter Parker's encounter in the Sanctum Sanctorum and a few other surprises. As of writing, the said video along with several other clips that were uploaded on YouTube has been taken down by Sony. Unfortunately, we can't provide you with the actual clip but if you do some digging, you can still find links scattered all across social media.
Unsurprisingly, MCU fans are losing their damn minds after seeing the jaw-dropping clip. Check out some of the reactions below:
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Now, considering Sony was behind the mass takedown of the said video, there's clearly no doubt that it's in fact the real deal. It'll be interesting to see if the studio actually releases it following its CinemaCon debut but I mean, it's not like they have anything t hide so I wouldn't be surprised if they dropped it. Also, the possibility of it being an orchestrated plan to kickstart the hype engine is extremely high.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released in cinemas on December 17, 2021.