‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Trailer Breaks Viewership Record

Sony is in the drivers seat with the new ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ film and likely will be moving forward. Disney is probably taking notice as the trailer for the upcoming film broke the first 24 hour viewership record set by ‘Avengers: Engame.’

‘Endgame’ hit 289 million views in 24 hours when it was released online and now ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ has beaten that record, with 355.5 million views.

People are incredibly excited about this film. It also broke records for social media engagement according to Comicbook.com

There were 2.91 million mentions of the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer in the first 24 hours of its release, with 1.96 million of those mentions coming in the first 12 hours. internationally, the trailer generated 1.56 million mentions. That means that, across the globe, the No Way Home trailer received 4.5 million social media mentions in just a day.”

Sony has the rights back to the Spider-Man universe which includes “Venom” and the upcoming “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” and “Morbius.”

Disney and Sony had a very public spat over ‘Spider-Man’ in 2019, but Tom Holland helped them reach an agreement where ‘No Way Home” would be part of the MCU and Spider-Man could appear in that solo film and another future Marvel movie. After that it’s unknown where it will go. But the demand for Spider-Man is strong!

This film is getting everyone very excited because Sony is reportedly bringing back other Spider-Men played by Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield, as well as villains that will likely create the “Sinister Six” for this movie and possibly beyond.

The excitement around the trailer has been incredible and it’s taken away a lot of the attention Marvel wanted on “Shang-Chi” right now.

Here’s the trailer in case you missed it:

It got over 45 million views on Sony’s YouTube and over 15 million on Marvel’s YouTube channel, which I also found interesting.

Currently ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ is set for theatrical release on December 17, 2021.  Hopefully that won’t change.

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Source: Comicbook.com, The Business Insider,


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