In the entertainment industry, timing is everything. Especially comic book movies involve a lot more with merchandising and utilizing the synergy to nab an extra buck. So, when a project has a lot of mysteries surrounding it, all eyes are on various merchandising or tie-ins to figure out what is heading our way. Sony especially has been analyzed on their every action ever since rumors started circling that Spider-Man: No Way Home will include more than just a single Spider-Man. So, the latest announcement is certain to add more to the discussion.
Sony has decided to re-release all films featuring Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield as 4K Ultra HD deluxe box sets. The original Spider-Man trilogy and The Amazing Spider-Man 2-film edition will release on November 8th just in time to give everyone a chance to catch up on their films. Of course, the confirmed inclusion of villains from both films adds a nice synergy to bank on, as people might want to catch up with Alfred Molina‘s Doctor Octopus who has been heavily featured in its trailers and official images.
Of course, besides the villains, there’s still the rumor that Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield might have a role in the film. So, their release will likely add to the speculation surrounding No Way Home, which will not only end Tom Holland‘s trilogy but pay tribute to the films that came before. We’re still anxiously awaiting the next trailer, which might offer a clearer picture what other references we can expect in the threequel entry of the MCU.