The third installment of the adventures of the spider superhero played by Tom Holland promises an exceptional gathering of villains in a darker and more adult story
The premiere of the trailer for ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ has become one of the cinematic events of this summer. Marvel fans had been biting their nails for weeks due to the constant changes in the release date of the advance of one of the most anticipated films by fans of superhero cinema. Specialized youtubers no longer knew what to make up on social media to feed rumors. Some have thrown in coffee and energy drinks to tell their early morning impressions live (Strip Marvel, for example, has had 16,000 people connected to its channel, waiting for their impressions live). The images in the scoop have been seen late at night, according to US time, and a thousand and one theories have not been slow to spread about how little can be intuited in what has been seen so far.
The third installment starring Tom Holland, who has put the adventures of Spider-Man back in place after the fiasco of the versions starring Andrew Garfield -who may make a cameo in the new bet-, definitely fuses this reboot with the Universe Marvel Cinematic, after the Sony deal. Jon Watts repeats in the direction, after debuting with ‘Police car (Cop Car)’, a proposal as modest as it is vigorous that was very popular at festivals such as Sitges in 2015.
The advance of ‘Spider-Man: No way home’, title in Spanish, part of the striking post-credits scene of its previous chapter. The secret identity of the arachnid superhero was revealed, setting the bar high for his next feat, which also ties in with the underrated adaptations of Sam Raimi. In the trailer you can see Doctor Octopus himself, incarnated with charisma by Alfred Molina, and some other detail indicates, almost subliminally, that the Green Goblin will also burst into the scene with fury … together with Electro? Rhino also sounds in the pools of the fans, which means that the pull of the film can be a tremendous gathering of villains in the same battle.
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’.
Recall that the UCM expanded with ‘Spider-Man: Far from home’, offering some answers to certain unknowns that were left open in ‘Avengers: Endgame’, a full stop that ignited new story arcs based on the popular comic characters, intersecting in space-time. The second installment of the adventures of Spider-Man sponsored by Disney, also directed by Watts, divided fans of cartoons and specialized critics. Exaggeratedly childish for some, who seem to ignore the starting comics, and extremely entertaining and effective for others, the truth is that the mythical paper hero created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko was able to empathize with the general public.
It attracted, above all, the youth target to which it is directed, unlike its previous relaunch, after the Raimi era, by the hand of Mark Webb, author of the overrated ‘(500) days together’. A ‘Twilight’ roll was infused into the franchise that didn’t work. Garfield, great in the cult proposal ‘What Silver Lake Hides’, was chosen to climb the walls and did not convince too much, given the high level of insipidity of the films he defended, although the collection was copious already in his first attempt: more than 750 million dollars worldwide.
‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’, with Holland’s face on stage, the boy from ‘The Impossible’, notably lowering the age of the restless superhero, was well received by the starting comic fans and the box office (more than 800 million ), with a vision steeped in humor and youthful energy, a fresh and grateful, even desperate look, close to the comedies of John Hughes. The new Spider-Man portrayed by Watts was already featured strongly in ‘Captain America: Civil War’.
The outrages of the young arachnid titan, and his companions of fatigue, continued in ‘Spider-Man: Far from home’, embracing the cinema of superagents for kids, with actions in various parts of Europe: Prague, London, Venice … Peter Parker, on vacation with his classmates, hung up his vigilante suit for a few days but force majeure, read Nick Fury -you always have to applaud Samuel L. Jackson-, forced him to change travel plans and face a new threat to the planet. He was accompanied in the feat by an extraordinary Jake Gyllenhaal in the role of Mysterio, whose shadow is present in the trailer for ‘Spider-Man: No way home’.
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’.
The decision to recover the jovial spirit typical of the comics of the superhero neighbor is a success, as is the humorous tone, without falling into parody, as in the vindicable ‘Ant-Man’ and sequel, of the best that the Marvel-Disney merger. The wall-crawler of the House of Ideas unfolds on stage without complexes when it comes to showing the protagonist in action or spouting jokes, although the idea of having tuned into Disney Channel and devouring one of its products may come to mind. All public. However, the latest installment seems more adult. ‘Spider-Man: No way home’, which is scheduled to premiere on December 17, promises an unparalleled action show, in addition to pointing out new paths in the MCU.
Not surprisingly, the presence of Doctor Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, manipulating space-time, is essential to open the doors of the famous multiverse. One of his spells lights the fuse of the story, with a darker touch. The new black suit of the main hero is also one of the highlights of the alleged closure of a trilogy that also stars Zendaya, the actress of the great series ‘Euphoria’, now more famous. Daredevil also sounds like another of the possible vigilantes that may appear in the film, whose mere existence is generating a multitude of theories on social networks.