Spider-Man No Way Home Celebrates Ticket Sales With New Posters And Unreleased Clip

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With the arrival of the call Spider Monday for the start of the pre-sale of tickets for the premiere of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Sony Pictures he has shared one by new posters film officials, also sharing a brief unreleased video clip with the occasional extended scene of both the bridge with MJ and the one that seems to be the first encounter with Doctor Octopus. And it is that such is the expectation for the film, that the web pages of ticket presale They have collapsed due to the huge influx of people waiting to buy their tickets, at least in the United States.

New posters with Spider-Man and Doctor Strange

Thus, this pair of new posters of Spider-Man: No Way Home reuse some of the compositions seen in previous promotional materials to place both Spider-Man like Doctor Strange, with the warp of reality in the background and a couple of the classic villains from the Spider-Man movies like the metallic tentacles of Doctor Octopus and the Green Goblin in the distance. As a curiosity, the two posters are the same with a slight difference: Spider-Man wears the two well-known suits (Iron Spider and Upgraded Suit) in each of them maintaining the same pose.

On the other hand, those responsible have published a new 15-second clip titled DUDE! in which we can see some extended scenes from previous trailers, all with the constant announcement that tickets are already on sale. This clip shows us something else about Spider-Man’s reaction to the disclosure of your identity on top of a bridge with MJ and some unpublished sequences of the first confrontation of Spider-Man con Doctor Octopus.

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At the moment in Spain the tickets for the premiere of Spider-Man: No Way Home, scheduled for the next one, have not been put on sale September 16, 2021. Do not miss the funny video of Tom Holland with Jamie Foxx announcing Spider Monday (or Electro Monday) at the end of the news.

Source | Sony Pictures


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