Spider-Man: No Way Home’s second trailer was released earlier this morning, and fans think they might have spotted Andrew Garfield’s cameo.
Well, they’re not saying that he was actually in the trailer – rather that he had been digitally removed from it.
There’s a bit of a blunder in the trailer that proves that at least one of the scenes in the trailer had been digitally altered to make it seem as though only one Spider-Man was fighting the Sinister Six.
The moment in question is when Spider-Man is jumping towards Electro, Sandman and Lizard.
The thing is, Lizard is clearly jumping into mid-air and no one’s in front of him.
This means that in this scene, Lizard is jumping into nothingness, and that just makes no sense.
People have therefore put two and two together and come to the conclusion that this scene has been digitally altered.
Characters have clearly been removed from the scene, and fans think the character in question is Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man.
Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man must have been digitally removed from No Way Home’s trailer
It makes sense for Sony Pictures to have the character removed because they want Garfield and Maguire’s involvement to be a second until the last possible second.
This wouldn’t be the first time that a movie studio has digitally altered a trailer to keep a character’s involvement a secret.
Marvel’s doing it all the time with their MCU movies and I understand why.
They want to keep their secrets secret, and I like that about them.
That said, they could have revealed Matt Murdock in this trailer.
I think that would have appeased the fans and got people excited about the character’s future in the MCU.
What do you make of this news?
Are you looking forward to seeing Spider-Man: No Way Home, and do you think Andrew Garfield was removed from the trailer?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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