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A website promoting Spider-Man: No Way Home features Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man. After two months, the much-anticipated Spiderman sequel starring Tom Holland will be released. The movie will pick up after the events of Spiderman Far From Home and deal with the consequences of Mysterio’s dying confession where it outs Spiderman’s identity.

The fantastic trailer of the movie showed that the film would have a multiversal narrative, with Doctor Strange involved. Right now, It’s unclear how this particular plotline will play out. Fans are convinced that other Spiderman versions will appear in the movies as the trailer showed Tobey Maguire’s two iconic villains, The Green Goblin and Doc Ock. This has caused a belief in fans that both Tobey Maguire and Garfield are involved in the film. Both Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have said nothing about this matter, and Andrew Garfield denies these claims.

However, a Spiderman: No Way Home website promoting the movie is supporting these rumors. A Twitter fan account, Spider-Man No Way Home News And Countdown, spotted an image of Garfield’s Spider-Man from The Amazing Spiderman 2 poster on the billboard. The movie’s trailer can also be played by clicking the button on the signage. Check out the image for reference below:

It’s still unclear if this was intentional or a mistake on the part of Skittles. The chances are this might be a mistake as both Marvel Studios, and Sony Pictures are keeping quiet about the rumors of Garfield’s appearance. Even though there was a supposed leaked image and video of the actor on the set of Spider-Man: No Way Home appeared online and had fans discussing it for weeks, the studios kept silent. So obviously, they are holding off releasing any more content that would prove that the rumors about other versions of the web-slinging heroes are true or not. However, this doesn’t mean that Garfield is not involved in the project. 

Given all the numerous indications that both Tobey and Andrew will be in Spider-Man: No Way Home, fans are convinced that they will appear in the film one way or another. Assuming this to be the case, the question now is if Marvel Studios and Sony will be confirming this detail or not in the second trailer of the film or will they save it for the movie itself.

Bernard Bond

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