How Spider-Man: No Way Home Protected Its Biggest Spoiler
Along with the whole crew, Marvel Studios did put in a lot of effort in keeping the spoilers safe from the fans in Spider-Man No Way Home.
WARNING: This article includes Spider-Man No Way Home Spoilers
Spider-Man No Way Home, the most awaited yet fantastic adventure of Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, comes together and unravels the multiverse theories. It has recently been released, and it is becoming the best premiere in the Spider-Man Series yet.
Many rumors have been present before the movie’s release, and note that Marvel Studios and Sony went to great extremes not to expose anything before the release date. Here we will explain all they did to protect Spider-Man Ho Way Home’s biggest spoilers.
Spider-Man No Way Home: Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield
Numerous rumors were heard about Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s versions of Spider-Men as the trailers showcased the madness of the multiverse, which made fans believe that the earlier versions of Spider-Men will appear fighting alongside Tom Holland.
The rumors came true when after the interval, Garfield and Maguire entered the lives of Tom Holland when he was at his lowest, as he lost his Aunt May. The reason behind their entry was the messed-up spell cast by Doctor Strange, which led to the rise in supervillains from other universes.
Both the earlier versions of Spider-Man play a crucial role in Tom Holland’s life, as they stop him from making the most significant mistakes of his life, taking revenge by killing Green Goblin. Maguire stops Holland in killing Norman Osborn, aka Green Goblin, and Garfield saves the life of Holland’s girlfriend MJ.
Spider-Man Spoiler: Fake Trailers
Marvel and Sony altered some scenes in the Spider-Man No Way Home trailers, which happened before, in the Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer. Spider-Man was witnessed swinging by the side of Iron Man, which was not in the movie.
Because of the trailers, many theories have been formed, as one states that Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) was saying, ‘Hello Peter’ to Tobey Maguire, his own Peter Parker, but that wasn’t true in the movie.
The alterations were witnessed in the final fight of all the supervillains will all the Spider-Men. Garfield and Maguire were swinging by the side of Holland in the fight to cure all the villains. This was cleverly removed from the trailers.
Marvel Studios and Sony were mindful of cutting Maguire and Garfield from the trailers as they weren’t in the movie’s Posters.
Andrew Garfield: Biggest Liar in Interviews
Besides the producers protecting the secrets of Spider-Man No Way Home, and the cast was doing the same. Tom Holland, the youngest star in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, said that he had no idea about whether Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will appear in No Way Home or not. And he said that he would love to work with them, but it is unlikely that they would suit up.
The biggest liar of all of them is Andrew Garfield. During his interview for The Eyes of Tammy Faye, which was at the time the rumors of their appearance in No Way Home were building up. We never know whether he signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement or his inclination not to spoil Spider-Man Spoilers, as he didn’t share any hints about his appearance in No Way Home.
Revealing Supervillains in the Multiverse: Epic Move
Instead of mentioning the earlier versions of Spider-Men, the marketing of Spider-Man No Way Home focused on displaying the villains from the previous versions Maguire and Garfield encounter.
The Green Goblin, Doc Ock, and Electro were highlighted in the trailers, and the Lizard and Sandman were appeared briefly, giving hints in the first trailer. In the second trailer of No Way Home, all the villains were in the spotlight encountering Tom Holland’s version of Spider-Man.
This marketing strategy was undoubtedly an epic move that helped protect the revelation of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s appearance in No Way Home.
Sony: Did No Way Home Marketing Strategy Worked?
Well, the Spider-Man No Way Home marketing strategy worked exceptionally well. Even with the rumors of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield in Spider-Man No Way Home, the master plan to not reveal anything before the release worked brilliantly.
The images leaked before the release were not accurate at all. And the confidence in the fans about Maguire and Garfield appearing or not doesn’t take away the suspense of revelation in the theaters.
The viewers were happy and surprised when they saw Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield in Spider-Man suits in the Spider-Man No Way Home, so the master plan of Sony and Marvel Studios worked perfectly.