Marketing for Spider-Man December: No Way Home has begun. Sherman Oaks has arranged a fan event for next week. This will allow lucky residents to gather in Regal Cinemas and view the entire trailer at the big screen. Also, we hear that Spidey fans will find some surprises. However, I understand your concerns. What about all of us? Sony has just announced the date for the release of the trailer and also released a cool Spider-Man: No Way Home poster.
The important news. For the rest of world, the full Spider-Man: No Way Home second trailer that will screen in Los Angeles on Tuesday Nov. 16 at 5 PM PST will also be available online. Fans not in Los Angeles needn't worry about getting spoilers, nor will they have to deal with a pirated trailer from Regal Cinemas. Good luck with getting equipment to that auditorium. Sony is going to keep the equipment locked up, much tighter that Fort Knox
It is currently unknown when exactly the trailer will drop. The trailer is expected to arrive on Tuesday. I would guess that it will also be arriving after the fan events. Without it, there's no point to an exclusive L.A. fan-only event if fans can see (and have likely seen) the trailer already on their laptops ..
Sony Pictures Entertainment has released an updated poster in conjunction with the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home's trailer. Look at these bad guys.
I like the original poster better. The sequel's significant character, Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange is the focus of this poster. As with the original poster we see a heavy focus on Doctor Octopus, Alfred Molina's villain. There is also a hint at Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin. Even though the poster does not show what the fans really expected, it will set pulses aflutter in Spider-Man's fan base.
Perhaps they'll be in the final trailer. It will come online Tuesday. There will be plenty of footage to review when it drops. Let's see, now. What do YOU think of this poster? You also want to know what you think the Spider-Man No Way Home trailer will look like.