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The new Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer reveals Marvel multiverse

by Grace Sundram

Marvel has officially released the first teaser for Spider-Man: No Way Home, and it has several indications about how the notion of a multiverse will be handled.

The concept of the multiverse has been presented in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) since the film Avengers: End Game. However, at that time the concept that was introduced was only limited to time travel to the past.


Marvel later attempted to resurrect the multiverse concept with the Wandavision and Loki series. What If…?, which debuted a while ago, also has a multiverse concept.


In the three-minute teaser, Peter Parker’s life gets chaotic after Mysterio reveals his true identity. Furthermore, he is now despised by the general public as the murderer of Mysterio.

Peter Parker sought to find a solution to the problem since he couldn’t bear the predicament he was in. Hence his trip to visit Doctor Strange.


“When Mysterio revealed my identity, my entire life got screwed up. I was wondering if maybe you could make it look like he never did,” Peter Parker asked Doctor Strange.

Doctor Strange agreed to Peter Parker’s request. He has a spell that can fix things, making everyone forget Spider-Man’s true identity. However, Wong had previously warned Doctor Strange not to use the spell but he went ahead with it anyways.

“We’ve tampered with the stability of space and time,” Doctor Strange says in the trailer.


In addition to the multiverse concept, the trailer also shows that Spider-Man’s old nemesis will reappear. Doctor Octopus, for example, the villain in the Spider-Man 2 (2004) movie will return to fight with Peter Parker.


The appearance of Doctor Octopus has fueled speculation that Tobey Maguire’s version of Spider-Man will appear in this film. The same goes for Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man as well. We can also hear Green Goblin’s voice at the end of the teaser, more specifically, William Dafoe’s, who originally appeared in the Spiderman film in 2002.

Are you excited? ‘Cause we definitely are!

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