Millions of fans around the world are anxiously awaiting the third "Spider-Man" movie starring Tom Holland, which will come out later this year. In addition to Tom Holland, the Marvel multiverse spectacle is not only expected to feature three Spider-Men, but will also feature the return of all villains from the various "Spider-Man" franchises, including the main antagonists Doc Ock, Electro, Sandman and Green Goblin. That being said, the movie also marks the end of the MCU film trilogy from the friendly neighborhood spider. Tom Holland commented on this and other details of "No Way Home" in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. The 25-year-old stated that "No Way Home" will definitely be the end of the series. Besides, he is looking forward to the revival of the countless characters from the predecessors and shares that he found the shooting of what is expected to be his last MCU solo film very emotional. With "Spider-Man: No Way Home", Peter Parker will not only have to face a whole bunch of villains, he will also have to cope with the fact that the entire world knows his identity, being anything but well-disposed towards him. As a way out of this dilemma, he turns to his friend Doctor Strange. However, when the latter tries to fix the mess, things only worsen and the aforementioned multiverse is created.
But not only regarding the story is there new knowledge, because as various reports suggest, we should finally get to see a new trailer this month. This piece of news comes from an extremely reliable insider, who has often published reasonable speculations on Twitter under the name Spider_Leaks. He argues with the fact that the "Uncharted" trailer was released this week, making Sony reluctant to promote two big movies in one week. You always have to take such rumors with a grain of salt, of course, but given the circumstances, we are pretty optimistic that next week will indeed mark the release of the second trailer. "Spider-Man: No Way Home" is scheduled for release on December 17, 2021.