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The new trailer dropped yesterday after premiering at a fan event in Los Angeles, later being released online to A LOT of hype.
"We started getting visitors... from every universe," a tagline from Sony reveals.
But while it made many people excited for the movie, which is set to hit cinemas next month, some couldn't help but notice something - or someone - they'd expected to see was missing.
Well, two people, to be precise, as growing speculation and supposed photo leaks seemed to suggest that the new film would see Tobey Maguire's Peter Parker from Spider-Man and Andrew Garfield's Peter Parker from The Amazing Spider-Man team up for the first time ever.
But we don't have any confirmation of this Spidey tag-team in the new trailer, leaving some Spidey fans bitterly disappointed at the prospect that it may not be happening after all.
One tweeted: "Bruh I'm starting to think that Toby and Andrew aren't in the new Spiderman movie."
Another lamented: "Everytime we have theories and 'proof' of Andrew Garfield & Toby Maguire being in No Way Home, it gets shut down I'm so tired."
However, others have speculated that the duo will be in the film, but have simply been edited out of the trailer as a bit of a bluff.
Posting a screengrab from a fight scene, one fan pointed out how two of the three villains appeared to be fighting with... no one.
"They thought that we wouldn't notice," they wrote.
they thought that we wouldn't notice pic.twitter.com/CZGGqztSAO
- Carnificina (@Carnificina_1) November 17, 2021
Same flooring, scaffolding, Multiple shots of Andrew's hands in the trailer(I counted 3) then Toby's eyes on Tom's suit for a sec(horrible photo shop forgetting too take off his eyes, then Lizard and electro jumping no where near Tom:sob: pic.twitter.com/IbjnMrZhwI
- Chris Turner (@Chris_Turner21) November 17, 2021
Someone else tweeted: "They edited Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield out of the trailer. It's happening people."
Maguire and Garfield aside, the actor behind the movie's one confirmed Spider-Man has previously been keen to stress that No Way Home will have a much darker tone than previous iterations of the franchise.
Speaking to Total Film, Holland said: "What people will be really surprised about is that it's not fun, this film, it's dark and it's sad, and it's going to be really affecting.
"You're going to see characters that you love go through things that you would never wish for them to go through.
"And I was just really excited to kind of lean into that side of Peter Parker."
Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released in cinemas worldwide on 17 December.
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