We got a sneak peek of the opening scene for Spider-Man: No Way Home on Late Night with Seth Meyers, and it’s a knockout (if a little short). I know you fellow web slingers are just as excited as I am for the big release day on December 17. Then all of the rumors will finally be put to rest, and the next exciting chapter of our favorite wallcrawler will kick off, and things will get crazy!
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Spider-Man: No Way Home Opening Scene? More Like Opening Tease!
Yeah, I know, that was way shorter than I was hoping for, too. But this close to the movie, I will take literally any crumb Marvel will drop! For just 43 seconds, though, there’s an awful lot packed into that clip.
We immediately see how the public will treat both Spider-Man and anyone he knows: With either suspicion or the kind of aggressive rudeness, celebrities encounter in their daily lives. One woman tries to pull off Spidey’s mask while another lunatic even tries to grab onto him while he’s swinging away with MJ.
Did you catch the Hawkeye tie-in as they’re zipping through Manhattan? If you weren’t paying attention, it was easy to miss:
Personally, I burst out laughing because that is very much a midtown NYC thing. Giant billboards for Broadway musicals are everywhere. No, seriously, they’re all over the place:
After Peter and MJ land on top of the Queensborough Bridge, he has the most teen conversation ever with Ned, consisting entirely of the word “dude.” If you don’t think it’s possible to speak fully in “dude,” think again. It’s absolutely perfect and sets the tone for the rest of the movie.
Considering this scene takes place immediately after the end of Far From Home, one can safely assume this is, in fact, the Spider-Man: No Way Home opening scene. It’s possible there’s a few minutes of setup beforehand, but I doubt it’s necessary. Spider-Man is one of the most popular superheroes on the planet, and we’re all ready to swing into action next week.