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New Spider-Man No Way Home TV Spot Reveals Doc Ock Knows Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man

by Stewart Cole

Spider-Man: No Way Home has a new TV spot, which provides another piece of the mysterious puzzle of the multiverse that this movie composes. The Doctor Octopus by Alfred Molina from Spider-Man 2 returns to No Way Home – one of the many villains from previous Spider-Man movies that returns. Well, previous TV commercials for Spider-Man: No Way Home have revealed that Molina’s Doc Ock knows a Spider-Man, but he’s definitely not Tom Holland’s Peter Parker. Now this latest No Way Home TV spot reveals that Doc Ock was really looking forward to seeing Tobey Maguire’s Peter Parker under the guise!

As you can see, this new TV spot in Spider-Man: No Way Home reveals more than the … complicated role that Otto Octavius ​​plays in the story. Doc Ock apparently appears in the MCU as a villain (since his death in Spider-Man 2), but becomes something of an ally of Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), Peter Parker (Holland) and his friends (Zendaya, Jacob Batalon). In this scene in the TV commercial, Octavius ​​helps Strange show Peter Parker that he is indeed a crossover from another reality of the multiverse. Since Otto confirms that he knows Spider-Man / Peter Parker – and not Hollande – we can conclude that the Spider-Man he knows is Tobey Maguire’s Peter Parker from the Raimi films.

So far, Spider-Man: No Way Home refused to disclose or confirm the long-standing rumors that Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man is one of the big cameo surprises in store for Spider-Man: No Way Home. However, with each new piece of marketing or merchandise, fans are picking up more and more clues that show that Maguire will definitely have a presence in the film – perhaps a much larger presence than some fans expect.

Less certain is the cameo of Amazing Spider-Man franchise star Andrew Garfield, who was very vocal in his (repeated) denials that he fits in with Spidey again:

“Listen, I’m not in the movie. I love Spider-Man, I always did, I was so happy to play the role. I’m so excited to see what they do with the third,” Garfield said. The show TODAY. “Just the way you are, to be honest. This is not a diplomatic response, I really, really mean it.”

“I love Tom Holland, I love him [director] Jon Watts, I love you [producers] “Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige and what they have done with these films and this character.” “He is an important character for me. So I’m very excited to see what happens in the third, like you. ”

Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released in cinemas on December 17.

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