Spider man no way home


 Fans have been champing at the bit for the first look at the superhero installment amid swirling rumors about who may show up from previous Spider-Man films.


Sony moved with lightning speed Sunday as the studio tried to shut down what appeared to be a leaked trailer for the highly anticipated Spider-Man: No Way Home.


The upcoming superhero installment was trending on Twitter as some accounts shared what appeared to be the trailer while others tried to predict the consequences the alleged leaker might face.


Sony did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Star Tom Holland, seemingly referring to news of the leak, posted the message “You Ain’t Ready!” to his Instagram Stories.

 

Some links to the alleged trailer were taken down and slapped with a copyright statement. “The media has been disabled in response to a report from the copyright owner,” the message read.


The Hollywood Reporter viewed the alleged leak, and its contents appeared to be legitimate. However, no specifics will be shared. The studio seemed to be in something of a whack-a-mole situation where as soon as one video link was removed, another would be shared on Twitter.


Spider-Man fans have been champing at the bit for the first look at No Way Home amid swirling rumors about who may show up from previous Spider-Man films.


Spider–Man: No Way Home is currently slated to arrive in theaters Dec. 17.



Warning: The following trailer and description contain spoilers of Spider-Man: No Way Home.

After Sony reportedly erased a leaked trailer from its upcoming Disney MCU title Spider-Man: No Way Home over the weekend from social, those attendees at Cinemacon finally got a taste. The pic is scheduled to be the big holiday tentpole release in a cinema era sans an immediate Star Wars movie on Dec. 17.

Star Tom Holland posted a message to fans on his Instagram Stories about the trending topic on social media over the weekend saying, “You Ain’t Ready!”

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