So, the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer was released today and it featured a rather interesting moment with the Lizard.
Towards the end of Spider-Man: No Way Home’s trailer, there’s a big showdown between seemingly Spider-Man and Electro, Sandman and the Lizard.
However, some eagle-eyed viewers have spotted something very strange about this scene.
First off, Lizard and Electro are jumping seemingly into nothingness.
Secondly, there’s a moment when the Lizard’s head gets punched by thin air.
What!? Thin air? How does that work? How’s that possible.
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Well, let me explain to you what’s happened here.
This is the confirmation we needed that Harry Potter is in this movie, and he’s using his Cloak of Invisibilty.
OK, I joke. It’s really that the two other Spider-Men: Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s have been edited out of this scene.
They’ve been digitally removed from the scenes they’re involved in that were used in the trailer.
The Lizard is punched by thin air in Spider-Man: No Way Home’s trailer…
This whole trailer has been designed to make you think that Garfield and Maguire won’t be in this movie.
However, the truth is they are and Marvel and Sony just won’t you you knowing about it until you sit down and watch the movie in the cinema.
The problem is, this was leaked months ago.
I think that what Marvel and Sony are doing here is commendable.
This is a valiant effort at keeping their secrets secret.
The thing is, the cat’s out of the bag.
Or, you could say the Spider’s left the web… OK, that one might not work, but you catch my drift.
The three Spider-Men will be in this movie and they’ll go up against the Sinister Six.
It’s going to be awesome and I hope you’re all ready for it!
What do you make of this news?
Are you looking forward to watching Spider-Man: No Way Home?
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