SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Trailer Expected To Swing Online This Monday!

SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Trailer Expected To Swing Online This Monday!

The wall-crawler's fans have been losing their minds over the lack of a Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer ahead of the movie's release this December, but it's looking like it could be online this Monday!

Marvel Studios kept us waiting for the Avengers: Endgame trailer, and that only served to heighten anticipation for the movie. It seems Kevin Feige and Sony Pictures are taking a similar approach to Spider-Man: No Way Home, and it's reached a point where fans are beginning to lose their minds! 

With so many rumours out there and a first look coming our way courtesy of merchandise and concept art, it's about time we learn whether this movie really is the Multiverse adventure we're expecting! 

On Monday evening, Sony will kick off CinemaCon with a two-hour presentation previewing their upcoming slate. You may have seen rumblings on social media that a Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer will be shown during the event along with claims that it's going to be released online between 6pm - 9pm PT. Well, we've heard the same, and while it's not confirmed, the signs are pointing to a Monday debut.

The trailer will almost certainly be packed full of surprises, and we find it hard to believe Sony and Marvel Studios will be happy with recaps made up of Tweets spoiling anything. As a result, a simultaneous premiere makes the most sense, and that would mean our first look at Spider-Man: No Way Home could swing online in time to play with Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Again, we can't guarantee we'll see the trailer on Monday, but you'll want to stay tuned to CBM!

Click on the "Next" button below for everything Spider-Man: No Way Home's
rumoured cast members have said about being in the movie!

8. Emma Stone


Emma Stone's time as Gwen Stacy came to an end in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 when she died at the hands of the Green Goblin (or Peter Parker, depending on how you look at it). Despite that, she was expected to be part of the third movie, and has also been rumoured for a role in this threequel. 

Talking to MTV News, Stone denied that she's involved with No Way Home"I have heard those rumors. I don't know if I'm supposed to say anything, but I'm not [involved]." Mouthing the words "I'm not," she added, "I don't know what you're supposed to respond as an alumnus."

Stone spent much of No Way Home's production pregnant with her first child, so the chances of her being part of this movie were always slim. Spider-Gwen is supposed to be a teenager, so that wouldn't make a huge amount of sense, and it would be pretty random for Garfield's Spidey to be reunited with her here. As a result, we're willing to bet she isn't part of this project. 

7. Paul Giamatti


With No Way Home's three Spider-Men supposedly set to square off with an interdimensional Sinister Six consisting of Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), Electro (Jamie Foxx), Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina), Sandman (Thomas Haden Church), The Lizard (Rhys Ifans), and Rhino (Paul Giamatti), it's fair to say that the heroes will have their hands full here. 

We're not sure that would be described as a dream team, of course, especially as Giamatti's over-the-top, mostly mechanical Rhino failed to strike much of a chord with fans. It might come as a relief, then, that the actor was quick to deny these rumours in an interview with ComicBook.com.

"I hadn't followed any of [these rumors]. Somebody else just asked me about this, so I hadn't been following. I'm okay with that. I'm certainly okay to just leave it all where it is. It's fine with me." This could be misdirection, but it's hard to say for sure. If anyone can redeem this villain, it's Marvel Studios, but at least we know our next actor is definitely coming back...

6. Jamie Foxx

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The trades reported that Jamie Foxx would return in Spider-Man: No Way Home as Electro, and we were all left baffled. While there was certainly nothing wrong with revisiting this villain, was it really a smart move to enlist an actor (who, in fairness, is usually great) who fans hated as Max Dillon? Of course, once those Multiverse plans started becoming clear, it all made sense.

What's easy to forget is that Foxx was the one who caused that speculation to begin with. Shortly after the news broke, he took to Instagram to say, "Tell Spidey let’s run it back!... super excited to part of the new marvel Spider-Man new installment... can't wait for y’all to check the new one. And I won’t be blue in this one!! But a thousand percent badass!"

In the now-deleted post, he also shared a piece of artwork with the three big screen versions of Spidey facing off with the villain, and with that, we finally had an idea of what to expect from the threequel. Foxx has since played coy, but will definitely be back as this non-blue version of Electro. 

5. Andrew Garfield

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With Andrew Garfield doing the rounds to promote a new project, it was inevitable he'd be asked about rumours that a return as Spider-Man was on the cards. However, he was very quick to deny it.

"There isn't anything to ruin, bro! [Laughs] I had to quickly cut you off. There's nothing to ruin," Garfield exclaimed"It's so crazy. Dude, it's f***ing hilarious to me. I do have this Twitter account and I see how often Spider-Man is trending and it's people freaking out about a thing. I wish I could be able to speak to everyone and just say, 'I recommend that you chill.'"

Adding that he hadn't received a call, Garfield would later acknowledge that his return was "a really cool idea" and concluded by saying, "never say never." This did nothing to convince us that he won't be back, though the British actor definitely deserves credit for trying to throw us off the scent! The Amazing Spider-Man movies weren't the best, but we're excited to see more of him.

4. Willem Dafoe

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One of the most exciting rumoured returns in No Way Home is Willem Dafoe as Norman Osborn/Green Goblin. As goofy as that costume may have looked (even in 2002), the actor was perfect in the role, and all he really needs is a new suit...and maybe some VFX to help him look a tad more formidable!

Despite the excitement surrounding this possible return, Dafoe was quick to temper expectations during a recent interview with The Wrap. After sharing a firm "no comment," he added: "I got lots of stuff happening now. And, you know, I always feel like when a film comes out, that’s when it’s time to talk about it." Had he left it at "no comment," fair enough, but we're now more convinced than ever he's been given the opportunity to suit up as this villain again. 

Given what a disappointment "Green Goblin II" was in Spider-Man 3, it always felt like there was unfinished business with this iteration of Norman, and him setting out on a mission to kill every possible version of the web-slinger he can find...well, that just makes a whole lot of sense, don't you think? 

3. Alfred Molina

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Somewhere along the line, Alfred Molina didn't get the memo about Marvel Studios' intense level of secrecy. In what basically became a "tell-all" interview with Variety, the actor revealed that No Way Home director Jon Watts had told him that "In this universe, no one really dies."

That was far from it, though, as he'd go on to confirm that Doctor Octopus' story picks up almost immediately after his apparent demise in Spider-Man 2, adding that visual effects were used to make him look younger. This all lined up with rumours that the "Sinister Six" will be plucked from their respective realities at the time of their deaths, but still leaves us with a lot of questions. 

The trades broke the news that Molina would return as Doc Ock long before this interview, of course, but the actor might have been better off issuing the same "no comment" that Dafoe did! 

2. Dane DeHaan

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It would be an understatement to say that pretty much everyone hated Dane DeHaan's take on the Green Goblin in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. From the awful design to his toe-curling performance, nothing worked, and a return isn't something anyone - including DeHaan - is hoping for.

Talking to ComicBook.com, the actor was quick to debunk reports he's set to reprise the role in No Way Home, stating: "There’s no truth to those rumours. I don’t even know how that would be pulled off. And I have no idea what they’re doing with the Spider-Man movies now, but I don’t really understand a world in which that would be possible."

Again, he might just be toying with us, but despite rumours to the contrary, we really don't know what role this Goblin would really play in the proceedings. A cameo is possible seeing as he had such a huge impact on Peter Parker's life, but this is one return we're 100% not on board with. 

1. Tobey Maguire

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This is a bit of a weird one. Tobey Maguire doesn't do a lot of acting work these days, so journalists have been unable to track him down to get any sort of comments on his rumoured return as Spider-Man.

However, one fan spotted Maguire out and about and took a photo with him. He later claimed that Maguire simply smiled and winked when he asked about No Way Home, saying he couldn't talk about it. We're inclined to believe the guy as it happens, especially when the actor has been spotted going for a costume fitting and his Spanish voice-dub fill-in has confirmed he's part of this movie.

Nothing is set in stone, but this movie won't be the same without him. As a result, we're definitely keen to see what the future holds in store for the oldest of the three web-slinger and the actor who, for many of you, will be the original big screen Peter Parker thanks to Sam Raimi's trilogy. 

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