The secrecy on Spider-Man: No Way Home is no different to any other MCU movie says Kevin Feige. The Marvel boss has been doing a lot of interviews this week for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Feige was asked by CinemaBlend about the secrecy of Spider-Man: No Way Home. Of course, what that question really means is that there has been so many leaks for No Way Home, thus hype, why have we not seen a trailer yet.
“Honestly, I’ve seen the fervor online. It has not necessarily occurred to me that it is any more or less secret than any of our other projects. I think all of our projects… we want to preserve surprises. That’s all the secrecy is for.”
Feige also confirmed that the plan is still for No Way Home to hit theatres this December 17th. We will get a trailer, before the movie comes out. Thanks for that one Kevin.
“It will be in theaters on December 17, and there will be a trailer before that, you can be assured.”
Fans were starting to winder whether the trailer would show before the movie. However considering we just got the full trailer for Eternals, which releases more than a month before Spider-Man: No Way Home, is it really that slow? Sure, maybe we could expect a teaser soon. But the most likeliest place for that to debut would be on Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings full release, which is September 3rd. Earlier this week we covered a rumor that the trailer will be shown for the first time at CinemaCon. Though, not then released online. However that original claim was deleted by the source, so who knows, maybe it was wrong?
Fans were also worried that Spider-Man: No Way Home would be delayed by current COVID conditions. Sony’s other big movie Venom: Let There Be Carnage has already been delayed several times. Industry insiders fear it could move back even further. If so that seems not to be affecting the plans for Spider-Man as far as Feige is concerned? Let’s face it, if those No Way Home rumors are true, this is gong to bring people back to theatres, I guarantee you. Venom on the other hand, would you take the risk to go see that garbage? I wouldn’t.
So there is no extra secrecy on Spider-Man: No Way Home, which is good, because so far they’ve done a terrible job of protecting Spidey’s secrets. Sound off below.