No Way Home has fans who lose it
Sony Pictures Argentina’s official Twitter account posted a teaser – which has since been deleted, though reactions are archived on ComicBook.com and fan accounts such as Cosmic wonder have scratched the video so that it is always visible – of a new logo for the film. The teaser features an orchestral version of the theme song from the cartoon Spider-Man from 1967 and the Spanish version of the “No Way Home” logo. The logo slides out briefly, with red and blue feedback effects, perhaps suggesting a deeper connection to other MCU properties, particularly “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” the award-winning animated film. Oscars that captured the hearts of animation and Marvel. fans when it was released in 2018 and exhibited similar issues in its promotional branding.
Could this visual clue mean we’re headed for a live-action version of a Spider-Man multiverse? Some fans are trying to connect the brand with other MCU properties. “Listen, if they bring Miles from Into the Spider-Verse into the real world with Tom Holland via Spider-Man No Way Home, I’ll be screaming in theaters,” one Twitter user said. @ _Adonis_15. Twitter fan @itsjustanotherx points out the connection between this issue and “WandaVision,” which featured Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) ascent to the mantle of Scarlet Witch. “Do you know who else is red?” A Twitter user asked. @_HMochii, posting a gif of Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock-Daredevil from the Netflix series. Other fans have pointed to a reality-distorting link through Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Stephen Strange, who has already been confirmed to appear in the film.
Whatever the problem, fans will be flocking to theaters in droves this December when “Spider-Man: No Way Home” releases.