In a new TV spot for Spider-Man: No Way Home, is a well-known villain impressed by the new universe in which he finds himself. He previously played the super villain Electro in The Amazing Spider Man 2 with Andrew Garfield Jamie Foxx is one of the many actors of alternative Spider Man movie franchises to return for No way home next month. A look at him was briefly shown in the second full trailer released recently.
Now more images have been revealed of Jamie Foxx in character as Electro. This comes as part of a new 30-second ad developed for television that is floating around online, made to promote the IMAX release. The TV spot shows Electro admiring his new home and what else can be done with the multiverse. As he says in the trailer, “Look at this place and all the possibilities.”
Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) also confronts Tom Holland’s Peter Parker on the spot, although this footage has been used prominently in the other teasers and trailers. There’s speculation that Doc Ock and Peter might even team up after the villain realizes he’s not dealing with the same version of Peter from his home universe. Another ad refers to Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man with Doc Ock bluntly stating that this isn’t the Peter Parker he knows.
We know that several villains from both previous Spider Man movie franchises appear in Spider-Man: No Way Home. The big question that many still have is whether the respective Spider-Men from those films will also appear. It’s no secret that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are rumored to be teaming up with Tom Holland in No way home. At the same time, neither has been shown directly in any of the ads, leaving some fans wondering if they really won’t be in it.
Maguire hasn’t publicly addressed these rumors, but that’s partly due to the actor’s low profile these days. Meanwhile, Garfield has spoken directly about the rumors several times, but for his part, he flatly denies them. After months of consistent denials in various interviews, Garfield recently decided he’d had enough and announced that he was “done” talking about the film. Right now, he just wants people to wait and see what happens when it’s released.
“Listen, at this point… I’m done,” Garfield continued Today. “We’ll all know when the movie comes out. And we will either be very disappointed, or we will be very happy, or someone will say, “I told you so,” another will say, “I told you so.” We’ll all find out. I’m sorry in advance.”
He is right. We all know for sure when Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released in theaters on December 17, 2021. It remains to be seen if Marvel fans will cry if the other Spideys don’t make an appearance in the film after all, but if we’re being honest, it certainly seems more than likely that the actors are involved . Unless, of course, that was John Cena hitting the lizard in the previous trailer.
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