Fans are dying to see the second trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home considering it will actually give some idea based on theories we have had for the movie. It is clearly raising so much hype for the project since the movie will definitely be one of the most packed rides in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The movie might actually end up being a narrative that is equivalent to the Avengers movies. Though there is yet a lot to be confirmed regarding the movies fans are gathering whatever material they are getting to get some idea for the movie. It seems that a new theory might actually explain the highway battle with Doc Ock and Green Goblin based on whatever info we have received about Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Spider-Man: No Way Home
There are chances that Spider-Man: No Way Home might actually be the last time we will get to see Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in his solo ventures. That might actually be the reason why there’s no holding back and the movie might be one of the biggest events of MCU. Based on theories there are chances that we might get five returning villains and also two other Spider-Men making a comeback. While Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock was confirmed based on the trailer, the other villains involved could be Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin, Jamie Foxx’s Electro, Rhys Ifans’ Lizard, and Thomas Hayden Church’s Sandman.
Like all the other projects of Phase 4 of MCU, Marvel is keeping some of the most essential details under wraps. But fans have been piecing together every single amount of detail they are getting regarding the project. Some of the most important moments in the trailer include references to how the Multiverse will impact the movie. A certain part of the movie is being majorly referenced in the marketing and in the teasers for the film. This is the scene that takes place on the highway and actually involves the titular hero with the two villains Green Goblin and Doc Ock. It seems that the entire scene could be derived based on whatever has been revealed.
The Highway Battle With Doc Ock & GG
The Direct put together all these sequences to give us the narrative that the highway battle sequence might be telling and there is a major chance that this might actually be right. It might actually be a key scene in the movie considering it might be the moment where we are introduced to Alfred Molina’s Otto Octavius and Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin. Let’s see what the narrative might be for the scene by analyzing each and every moment.
We see Peter standing in formal attire in front of a car with Paula Newsome’s character inside it when suddenly he looks away offscreen, which could have been because of his Peter-tingle indicating an imminent danger.
Peter probably gets on the top of the car to get a proper look at whatever the danger his Peter-tingle was indicating.
Even though he is in formal attire we can be sure that Peter was packing his nanite-based Iron-Spider suit which was given to him by Tony Stark.
Then the camera finally reveals the danger that Peter felt and it is none other than Doc Ock’s robotic arms who had taken over Otto Octavius based on the events of Spider-Man 2.
The claw then moves back showing the red light which is in continuation to the character’s story in Spider-Man 2.
Finally, we see Alfred Molina appear as the character of Doc Ock and utter his iconic line “Hello Peter”. While it is still not sure if he has already met this universe’s Peter or he just identified him on the basis of the knowledge of his own universe or if he is actually greeting some other Peter.
Now we are not sure how the continuity actually works after that but Spider-Man is being chased by Doc Ock as the latter throws a car at him.
It appears that after that sequence Spider-Man turns around and reveals his own robotic Iron-Spider arms in order to fight back. The car that Doc Ock was picking up to throw at him could be seen behind him here.
Another shot sees him clinging to a car which is actually at some height from the highway and actually veering off to the water.
Doc Ock was a tough fight for Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man and the same can be seen here as the former has literally wrapped his arms around Tom Holland’s Spider-Man and appears to be trying to take off his mask.
The very next scene shows Doc Ock looking at Spider-Man whom he has wrapped around with his robotic tentacles while his other arms seem to be covered with something red and gold plated which could be due to Octavius ripping Parker’s suit.
While so far we are seeing Doc Ock battling with Spider-Man, the former might not be the only villain in the scene considering Green Goblin’s Pumpkin Bomb is also seen rolling down the highway. This could actually mean that Goblin might not appear till the very end of the previous fight because he has no indication throughout the previous sequence.
The pumpkin bomb might have caused an explosion while at the same time we can see other wreckage which might be because Doc Ock throwing cars at Peter.
This makes us really wonder about how Peter will actually manage to escape this circumstance considering he is already in a difficult situation while another villain is also entering the scene. There is a chance that Doctor Strange might come for his help considering Peter was wearing a suit and this suit is also worn by him in a scene where we saw him in Sanctum Sanctorum. We will only get to be assured about these if the scene is actually hinted at in the second trailer. Spider-Man: No Way Home will hit theaters on December 17.