Fans Spot Major Doc Ock Spoiler In No Way Home Trailer


It seems as though those pesky Spider-Man fans have been at it again and have discovered some sort of Doc Ock spoiler for Spider-Man: No Way Home hidden in its trailer.

So, the trailer revealed that Alfred Molina will be back as Doc Ock in the movie.

However, what’s not certain is which version of Doc Ock this will end up being.

Will it be the version we saw in Spider-Man 2?

Or, could this Doc Ock be taken from a completely different timeline in the Multiverse?

Well, it seems as though fans have been able to work it out.

But, before I continue, if you are worried about SPOILERS for Spider-Man: No Way Home, then stop reading this article now!


OK, now onto which version of Doc Ock this might be in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Which Doc Ock are we seeing in Spider-Man: No Way Home?

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So, what the fans here have both pointed out is that the Doc Ock we see in the Spider-Man: No Way Home can’t be the same one that we saw in Spider-Man 2.

That version of the character had managed to fight his evil arms, and when that happens, the light in the arms’ claws glow white.

Doc Ock’s arms we saw in No Way Home’s trailer were glowing red, which means that they are still in control.

Thus, this means that this Doc Ock isn’t the one we saw in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2.

I think fans are happy about that because it means that this movie will not ‘ruin’ Spider-Man 2’s ending.

I’m wondering whether Toby Maguire’s Spidey villain will actually be The Green Goblin and not Doc Ock.

That would be interesting, and I’ve also heard that Norman Osborn is going to be pretty important in No Way Home.

What do you make of this news?

Are you happy to hear that this Doc Ock isn’t the same one we encountered in Spider-Man 2?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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  1. dsimaging

    Not necessarily. It just means this could be Doc Ock between when the chip is burned out and he regains control. Plenty of time for shenanigans in that period. The trailer also suggests this is from the scene on the train, when the arms were very much in control.

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