New Official Art For “Spider-Man: No Way Home” Shows All 3 Spider-Men

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD. PROCEED AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION. 

So unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ll know about the big “Secret” for the latest Marvel film, Spider-Man: No Way Home. That being that both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield reprise their versions of Spider-Man from the Sam Rami Trilogy (2002 – 2007) and the Marc Webb Dualogy (2012 – 2014). It really wasn’t a secret due to a number of villains from the past films appearing and the plot having to do with the Marvel Multiverse.

The concept of a crossover like this is one of the most ambitious events in film history. Celebrating nearly two decades of a beloved IP with a number of returning actors reprising their roles with a story that makes the crossover make sense is deserving of all the praise.

The “Secret” that the two previous actors were retuning is perhaps one of the worst kept secrets in Hollywood. Apparently SONY wanted to advertise the reunion while Kevin Feige pushed for it to be a surprise. But with the internet being the internet leaks happened and almost everybody expected their appearance. But now it looks like they’re letting the cat out of the bag with new art for the film.

Via the @spideysnews Twitter account we get promotional official art of all three Spider-Men swinging together:

The artwork also appear to be available to buy on T-Shirts via @GlitterNGloom41 on Twitter.

Personally I do think it was a missed opportunity to not advertise all three of them being in the film. Just imagine how many 3-packs all three of them as action figures you could have sold for the Christmas Season. You could even release playlets either recreating scenes from all three eras or even advertise cross-universe battles like Tom Holland’s Spider-Man vs. Topher Grace’s Venom or Andre Garfield’s Spider-Man vs. Michael Keaton’s Vulture or Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man vs. Paul Giamatti’s Rhino. But I digress.

These images celebrate a landmark in cinema history. Hopefully when the film released on Physical Media we might get a Box-Set that includes all 8 films with one of these images as the cover.

Source: ComicBook.com


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