The trailer for the next Spider-Man: No Way Home was leaked on Monday, and the official release is set for Tuesday, following Sony’s CinemaCon panel.
The leaked clip was said to have been shot on a low-quality camera, with the majority of the audio and imagery being incomprehensible. Regardless, Sony has begun pursuing copyright claims against everyone who has shared the trailer or clips from it on the internet.
The leak comes only days before Sony’s CinemaCon presentation in Las Vegas on August 24, where the studio is scheduled to reveal the trailer to the public for the first time before releasing it online to the general public. Sony’s panel will end at 9:30 a.m. IST on August 24, so the trailer should be available online around that time, if not sooner.
ok here’s some actual photos of the movie (yes, i know you saw them already) pic.twitter.com/lrQmM2aauc
— Spider-Man: No Way Home (@SpiderManMovie) February 26, 2021
With the film barely four months away from release, Sony has been holding out on releasing the trailer for a long time, making this the smallest marketing window for a Spider-Man film. The only information about the film that has been made public is its title and three stills from it, as shown in the tweet above.