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Spider-Man: No Way Home, new trailer delayed due to feud between Marvel Studios and Sony? | Cinema

It’s been over two months since he’s been online From the first trailer from Spider-Man: There’s no way homeThe highly anticipated movie John Watts With Tom Holland in December.

Given that it’s just over a month and a half before the blockbuster movie hits theaters, many are wondering: Where’s the new trailer? The answer to this question comes from a tweet By Sean O’Connell of CinemaBlend who clearly hints that behind the scenes there will be a major feud between Marvel Studios and Sony. Apparently, the latter would like to include the promotional video, Spider-Man from Tobey Maguire and Andre Garfield, while Marvel Studios does not. I don’t agree that it might cause some setbacks to launch the trailer. We repeat, of course, that in the current state of things it is only a rumor.

Spider-Man: There’s no way home It will be in cinemas in December.

Filming took place in Atlanta, New York, Los Angeles and Iceland. Benedict Cumberbatch He will return to play Doctor Strange first in Spider-Man and then dedicate himself to Sam Raimi. Jamie Foxx He will return to play Electro although it will be different this time The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Come announce by the actor. In the cast, in addition to Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batallon, Tony Revolori, Marisa Tomei.

Kevin Feige – president of Marvel Studios – will once again serve as producer for the movie starring Tom Holland John Watts It will return to the output. Aimee Pascal will join Feige as a producer through Pascal Pictures.

This is the official summary:

For the first time in Spider-Man’s cinematic history, our friendly neighborhood hero has been revealed and can no longer separate his private life from the big responsibilities of being a superhero. When he seeks help from Doctor Strange, the stakes become increasingly precarious and will lead him to discover what it really means to be Spider-Man.

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