Marvel Studios has released a brand new sizzle reel trailer highlighting the past and future of the MCU. However, while new footage and details were revealed for several of Marvel's upcoming projects, new footage for December's Spider-Man: No Way Home was noticeably absent. While most likely disappointing for many Marvel and Spider-Man fans, there's a few reasons as to why this was the case, but also why a first look and trailer for the third Spider-Man film on its own is perhaps coming soon from Sony.
Marvel's new "Marvel Celebrates the Movies" sizzle reel trailer began with a dynamic look at the MCU as it currently stands, featuring a poignant voiceover from the late Stan Lee himself while some of the greatest and best scenes were shown, culminating in a theater reaction to Captain America's iconic "Avengers Assemble" line said during the final battle of Avengers: Endgame. Then, the Marvel Studios opening title card and fanfare played before offering new footage for this year's upcoming projects such as July's Black Widow, September's Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, as well as November's Eternals. However, while Spider-Man: No Way Home did get a title card before new title cards and dates were revealed for the MCU projects coming 2022 and beyond, there was no new footage for the next Spider-Man film coming at the end of this year.
Spider-Man: No Way Home has been filming for a while, so why was there no new footage for such a highly anticipated chapter of Marvel's Phase 4? This largely has to do with the nature of Spider-Man's involvement in the MCU, seeing as how the franchise is still a property of Sony Pictures, who are also in charge of the film's marketing strategy (not Marvel Studios). Sony gets to decide when and where new footage will be released, and it's more than likely it will be with a full trailer all its own. While this is most likely the largest reason, the multiversal nature of the film and appearances of major characters such as Alfred Molina's Doctor Octopus from Sony's past Spider-Man trilogy may have played a factor as well, as the content of the upcoming film might have overshadowed the rest of the new Marvel Studios trailer.
From everything that's been reported thus far about how ambitious Spider-Man: No Way Home will be, it makes a certain amount of sense, though it's probably no less disappointing for Spidey fans who've been desperately waiting for the film's first footage and trailer. However, given that the film is just over 200 days away, it seems likely that a full-fledged trailer is on the way, which might be better than a few short scenes in a sizzle reel. Spider-Man: No Way Home is reportedly going to be massive and epic in scale, and fans won't want to feel shorted when new footage eventually does come.
Hopefully, Sony will be releasing a trailer sooner rather than later for Spider-Man: No Way Home. For now, Marvel fans will just have to keep themselves content with what's been released in this new sizzle reel (there are some pretty cool new scenes to get excited about). In any case, it's pretty clear that Marvel Studios is showing no signs of stopping with its next phase of epic MCU films, and that includes their plans for Spider-Man.
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