"Spider-Man: No Way Home": These are the Details That Make the Teaser Trailer a Masterpiece
Some acquaintances from the past films are also present, of course
Hardly any MCU movie is currently being hyped up as much as "Spider-Man: No Way Home". The film not only marks the departure of Tom Holland and his character from the MCU, but is also a real feast for fans of the predecessors and an important pioneer in Phase 4 of the MCU. We now introduce you to a few details that make the teaser trailer a real spoiler-free masterpiece.
A good indicator to categorize scenes are usually the outfits of the movie characters. In this regard, it is noticeable that MJ wears the same clothes as in the post-credit scene of "Far From Home". So you can wonderfully deduce that the film picks up exactly where its forerunner left off. Even the astonished face of Peter Parker at the very end of "Far From Home" is now given context, as in the new trailer, we get to see MJ and Spidey being chased and insulted by seemingly endless crowds of angry protesters. The motive is clear, after all, the whole world now knows what the friendly neighborhood spider's name is, as well as what he looks like. Various posters read "Public Enemy Number One" - a campaign that is no doubt fueled by J. Jonah Jameson and the Daily Bugle. After all, they are attempting to frame Spider-Man for Mysterio's death.
What also surprised us is Doctor Strange's general demeanor. He seems to have become noticeably more arrogant, perhaps even jovial, much like he was at the beginning of the first "Doctor Strange" movie. Also, his unquestioning willingness to help Peter against the wishes of his friend Wong seems somehow unusual, especially in relation to the wink to Peter that has been brought up several times in memes.
It was also exciting to see that there is clear evidence of Electro and Sandman. You may not see either of them directly, but in one scene Peter seems to be protected by Sandman from a yellow beam from the Electric bad guy. The same goes for one of the most popular villains of the Spider-Man franchise, the Green Goblin: he doesn't make a personal appearance either, but you can see an orange and green explosive bomb rolling between a couple of cars towards the camera, accompanied by the character's typical maniacal laughter. Needless to say, the only returnee who can actually be seen is Doc Ock, appearing in a spectacular final scene and addressing Peter directly. A truly epic moment that gives you goosebumps.