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Spider-Man: No Way Home – More Green Goblin scenes and Doctor Strange’s multiverse spell in new TV spot

Spider-Man: No Way Home – More Green Goblin scenes and Doctor Strange’s multiverse spell in new TV spot

Marvel fandom is officially less than a week away from experiencing Spider-Man: No Way Home in theaters. Added, Hype continues to build up for the Sony Pictures-made MCU project as recently released marketing materials show teasing new glimpses of Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man and the threequel’s big bad, Willem Dafoe‘s Green Goblin.

Warning: Article may contain potential spoilers to Spider-Man: No Way Home

Without unveiling the big guns, promotions for Spider-Man: No Way Home have assured an entertaining multiverse action sequence when supervillains from Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield‘s version of Spider-Man enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe – after Spider-Man messes up Doctor Strange’s spell, as shown in a new clip. Among the roster of big bad’s ( Jamie Foxx’s Electro, Alfred Molina’s Dr. Otto Octavius, Rhys Ifans’ Lizard and Thomas Haden Church‘s Sandman) Dafoe’s Green Goblin has been at the front and center in new television spots.

One video offers a clear voice-over of Norman Osborn saying, “We have a new world to conquer.” It could be implied Goblin is communicating with Electro and the others. Another clip also shows a shattered Green Goblin head-gear lying on the ground. Readers can check them out below.

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Some shots from recent above-mentioned videos may contain a few minor spoilers from the climax scene as Holland’s Spider-Man can be heard saying, “Truth is, I accidentally brought all those people here” as a video of an unmasked beat-up Peter Parker is shown across all the screens in the streets of New York City. But since Marvel is known for skewing scenes in trailers to maintain surprises, fans are advised to take this with a grain of salt.

Meanwhile, let’s not forget Benedict Cumberbatch‘s Doctor Strange, the Sorcerer Supreme who put Spider-Man, MJ (Zendaya) and Ned (Jacob Batalon) in charge of “Scooby-doo-ing” this mess. A new clip shows the full scene of Strange performing a spell to help safeguard Peter Parker’s identity, yet as the title suggests, “Peter Ruins Runes”.


Going by early pre-sales and other consumer indications, Spider-Man: No Way Home was earlier tracking a potential earning of $200M on the opening weekend. If so, the film would be the first since Avengers: Endgame to hit that mark in the pandemic era. All will be known when Spider-Man: No Way Home hits theaters on December 16 in India and 17th in the US and other regions.




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