While sometimes the propaganda of some films is based on releasing the first five minutes, with the new installment of the arachnid things are more restricted. However, as Sony and Marvel are kind, now days before the premiere they have released the first minute of Spider-Man: No Way Home through the net.
The opening sequence in question is none other than the one with which we closed the previous film. Peter Parker (Tom Holland) in full costume in the middle of New York City, watches through the Times Square screens that J. Jonah Jameson (JK Simmons) reveals his identity to the whole world and also makes him guilty of death of Mysterio and the attacks in London.
Immediately the crowd surrounds MJ (Zendaya) to ask if she is Spider-Man’s girlfriend and if everything that has just been revealed is true. Things get more intense as the arachnid ejects a spider web and flies off with the girl in his arms, in an act that makes him look even more guilty.
It is probably no surprise to anyone that the first minute of Spider-Man: No Way Home directly start where the previous film ended. In fact, not even about the end as such, but after the credits sequence. In just one minute, Jon Watts’ film picks up where it left off and starts off in what will be Peter Parker’s new nightmare.
It should be mentioned that this is a sequence ends for the film for various details. Some shots of the wall-crawler swinging with MJ in his arms had already been revealed in the trailers, but there is a detail that did not exist at the time. If you look carefully among the many advertisements in Times Square you will already see the banner of Rogers: The Musical.
Rogers: The Musical is a fictional staging that was featured in the first episode of the Hawkeye series. This Broadway production supposedly tells the story of Captain America, including his time with the avenging team and his many battles, such as the one in New York.
The above is an indication of the temporality of the film. This means that the events of the Clint Barton series will happen alongside Spider-Man: No Way Home, or probably a little earlier. The new arachnid movie will hit theaters on December 15 and the series will come to an end on December 22. Will there be any connection?
Spider-Man: No Way Home is directed by Jon Watts and stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marisa Tomei, Alfred Molina, Willem Dafoe, Jamie Foxx, and many more. The film will be the biggest foray we have into the Marvel multiverse, before getting to know it fully in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, scheduled for May 2022.
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