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'Spider-Man: No Way Home', Releasing a trailer... 'Excited Widely' by MCU's genuine multiverse.

2021-09-14 08:20:57
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[by Ent Team] 'Spider-Man: No Way Home', the most anticipated film of 2021, confirmed it release in December, drawing attention by releasing a teaser trailer that previses multiverse.
The teaser trailer of 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' draws attention by containing the crisis faced for Spider-Man, who was revealed his identification by 'Mysterio' in "Spider-Man: Far From Home' (2019). 'Peter Parker', who is falsely accused as a criminal killing Mysterio and is investigated by the police, gives a shock by being a blamed position by people from a hero who saved the world at one moment.


As his best friend, Ned, and his eldest mother, May, are summoned by the police, he visits Doctor Strange to return everything as its original state, fearing that people around him would get hurt due to him. In spite of Wong's dissuasion of being too dangerous, Doctor Strange utters a spell that makes the world forget Spider-Man's identity because of Peter Parker's earnest request. However, their attempts unexpectedly break the balance of time and space, and saying of Doctor Strange, "Multi-bus is a concept that transcends human knowledge greatly. The problem is that you want to live two lives. The more you do that, the more dangerous it gets", imply a bigger crisis facing Spider-Man, raising curiosity about how he will get through this crisis.


Especially, at the end of the video, Alfred Molina, who played as Otto Octavius (Doctor Octopus) in Sam Raimi's 'Spider-Man 2' (2004), appears and foretells the greatest of all time multi-bus, raising expectations for 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' that will return as a bigger scale and a more upgraded action blockbuster.


'Spider-Man: No Way Home', a film that is receiving hot attention by releasing a teaser trailer, is scheduled to visit the audience in December. (Photo Credit: SONY PICTURES)


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