Spider-Man: No Way Home: Three New Official Clips Released

You know that period just before the release of the newest MCU movie when we get a ton of TV shows and clips featuring new footage, and then fans start saying “You showed the whole movie through spots and clips.”? Yeah, that. It’s been proved that that never turns out to be the case. True, some trailers and TV spots can show a bit too much, but for the movie that is 2 hours and 30 minutes long, we are aware there’s plenty more to see.

We’re officially less than a week away from the most anticipated Marvel movie since Avengers: Endgame – Spider-Man: No Way Home. Tom Holland returns as web-slinger in his third Spider-Man movie and sixth MCU appearance overall. Now, thanks to IGN, we got three new clips from the movie, called Catch, Outed, and Peter Ruins Runes. You can check them all below:

With three new clips, and everything else we have previously seen, is there anything else that can be seen prior to the movie premiere next Friday?

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The clip called ‘Catch’ is showing us the fight between Spider-Man and Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock. The scene that we saw numerous times in previous trailers, TV spots, and official stills. Considering that’s supposed to be Doc Ock’s first scene, they could’ve kept a bit more under wraps. ‘Outed’ is showing us the first scene of the movie, in which Spider-Man’s identity is revealed to the world. And ‘Peter Ruins Runes’ is the new clip that shows Doctor Strange and Peter Parker trying to use the spell to erase from everyone’s memories that Peter is Spider-Man, but they will open the doors of the Multiverse instead.

Directed by Jon Watts, Spider-Man: No Way Home, the 27th film set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, will be released exclusively in theaters on December 17, 2021.

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