There’s a good chance the first trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released at CinemaCon next week. However, there is also worse information, he is not supposed to go online!
In the deleted Tweet, Daniel Richtman says the trailer will make its debut at next week’s CinemaCon event, but will not be available to everyone online. Probably if this happens, we will see some videos of lower quality.
A now deleted tweet from insider DanielRPK states that a #SpiderManNoWayHome trailer will drop at CinemaCon but will NOT be shown to the public. pic.twitter.com/j5ampKLscP
– Spider-Man: No Way Home Updates (@spideyupdated) August 16, 2021
Still, it’s some good news. Sony Pictures will be present at CinemaCon, so it seems like the perfect venue to show the trailer for the first time! The SONY Studio panel will be held on August 24, from 3:00 am our time. It will take approximately 3 hours. It must be that day!
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Filming for the sequel Far From Home began in late October. Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange is set to play a key role in the film, along with Jamie Foxx’s Electro, a role that Foxx previously played in the non-MCU film The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
After Spider-Man’s secret identity was revealed in Far From Home’s final moments, fans expect Tom Holland’s Peter Parker to turn to Strange for help escaping to safety in the multiverse or restoring his secret identity through magic – similar to 2007 in One More Day comic.
Spider-Man 3: No Way Home, which is part of the IV MCU, is scheduled to premiere on December 17, 2021.
Source: Twitter / Introduction illustration: Marvel.