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Spider-Man: No Way Home Brazil Trailer Contains a Big Surprise

The latest trailer for the MCU film Spider-Man: No Way Home is making the rounds online, and finally unveils five major villains that could make up the Sinister Six. (Major potential spoiler warning ahead) While the trailer is notably lacking rumoured appearances from Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, the slightly different Brazil trailer includes one potential surprise that could confirm their involvement.

During one shot involving Tom Holland’s Spider-Man leaping forward to attack Electro, Lizard and Sandman, the Brazilian trailer reveals that Lizard actually gets punched in the face by someone who was very clearly digitally removed from the scene. This tiny detail that was cut from the international trailer somehow got left in the Brazil trailer, and might be an indication that Tom Holland isn’t alone in the scene.

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Adding weight to this discovery, both Electro and Lizard are shown dashing forward in mid-air, but not towards Holland’s Spider-Man. They’re seemingly attacking two other figures above and below Holland who were removed from the trailer’s scene, perhaps to leave it as a surprise in the film for audiences.

Spider-Man No Way Home Brazil Trailer Lizard Tobey Maguire Andrew Garfield

Thanks to the Brazil trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, we have our biggest lead yet that Marvel Studios are covering up the involvement of two mysterious figures, with all signs pointing to both Maguire and Garfield. Additionally, the leaked video of Garfield on set leaning on scaffolding also seems to align with the scaffolding seen in the trailer, just adding more fuel to the fire.

The Brazil trailer has since been taken down and re-uploaded with the correct edit that cuts away from Lizard being punched, but several YouTubers (including Comics Plus! by Akasan) managed to grab the trailer before its removal, clearly showing the clip of Lizard hilariously being hit by thin air. We’ll just have to see what this all means next month.

Spider-Man: No Way Home releases on 17 December 2021 exclusively in cinemas.

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Source: Comics Plus! by Akasan

Editor-in-Chief of Nexus Hub, writer at GLITCHED. Former writer at The Gaming Report and All Otaku Online. RPG addict that has wonderful nightmares of Bloodborne 2.

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