The Brazilian trailer for Spider-Man: No Road Home includes, supposedly by mistake, very interesting unreleased footage

The Brazilian version of the new trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home It seems accidentally include an edited take which could hint at undisclosed elements of the next movie.

Therefore, we want to warn you that this article includes what could be spoilers for Spider-Man: No Road Home; If you do not want to know anything about the film, do not continue reading, or do it only at your own risk.

Unsurprisingly, the new movie trailer premiered yesterday in several territories, with slight editions made around the world. That included a version published from the official account of Sony Pictures Brasil, but fans noticed that a specific take lasts a bit longer than the English version, and potentially shows that a character has been edited out of the scene for the trailer.

The shot in question is from Spider-Man leaping towards Lizard, Sandman and Electro. However, as pointed out Binge Watch This (below), the Brazilian trailer lasts about a second longer, and shows Lizard apparently hit on the head by … something invisible.

Unsurprisingly, fans immediately suspected that one or both shots of Spider-Man by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield had been edited for the trailer and that, in the final movie, one of them will hit Lagarto in this scene. Of course, there is a possibility that an edited character is someone we already know is in the movie, such as Doctor Strange, but many see this as too much of a coincidence to be anything other than the much-speculated return of Maguire and Garfield.

Rumors have been flying for months about the return of the two previous Peter Parkers in the new movie (with the help of the addition of the multiverse to the MCU). But while we now know that several villains from the older Spider-Man movies will return, including Alfred Molina’s Doc OckThe Spider-Man actors themselves have repeatedly denied that they will be present in this film.

This new take may suggest otherwise, and It would be far from the first time Marvel movies have hidden plot details in trailers.. The Avengers: Endgame trailer conspicuously included multiple unused and modified shots, for example. We have also seen, on previous occasions, to actors lying about their participation in projects from Marvel before the premiere.

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The Brazilian trailer for Spider-Man: No Road Home includes, supposedly by mistake, very interesting unreleased footage