‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ trailer breaks records

'Spider-Man: No Way Home' trailer breaks records

Just a few days ago, Sony Pictures published the first trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home , the third and probably last film starring Tom Holland -if everything runs as it had been told- and it can already be said that only that, the launch trailer, has been a resounding success, beating the record for the most viewed trailer in history in its first 24 hours, which until now belonged to Avengers: Endgame .

Spider-Man: No Way Home , Spider-Man: No way home according to the crappy translation that is being read out there, it is according to what is known the latest movie of the wall-crawler made in Sony Pictures -but only in part- framed within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (UCM), although judging by how well things have been applying this formula for the franchise it should not be like that. In fact, it almost didn’t happen.

But beware: that this Spider-Man: No Way Home is the last film to feature Tom Hollan in the role of your friend and neighbor Spider-Man , it does not mean that it is the last in which the British actor dresses as a spider, since the agreement between Disney and Sony Pictures includes a distribution of 25% of the profits generated by the premiere at the box office and the rights merchandising for Disney, as well as the appearance of Spider-Man in yet another Marvel Studios film .

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Why so much generosity from Sony? Because without Disney, that is, without Marvel Studios , neither Spider-Man: Homecoming nor Spider-Man: Far From Home nor very likely Spider-Man: No Way Home they would have been made as they were and, consequently, they would not have had the success they had. Nor would we have seen Spidey in Capitan America: Civil War , Avengers and others, of course; And not only would we have lost the fans: so would both companies.

Be that as it may, what to expect from Spider-Man: No Way Home ? The continuation of what was seen in the previous film: how Peter Parker deals with the disclosure of his identity … And he does not seem to do it well. In fact, as it is as the trailer anticipates, the crap is maximum, several powers above the terrible outcome perpetrated in Avengers: Endgame with time travel … no matter how much the hows endorse it. With it being fun we will settle, but …

Spider-Man: No Way Home had its premiere scheduled for July 2021, but interference from the pandemic through, will finally do so on December 17, only in cinemas . The trailer also anticipates the presence of characters from the pull of Dr. Strange, the reappearance of old enemies such as Doctor Octopus, there are those who believe that Green Goblin … It is the great superhero film premiere for the remainder of the year, with permission by Eternals .

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