Spider-Man: No Way Home‘s marketing has been surprisingly subtle with only a trailer releasing so far. Surprisingly, we never got an official poster for the film and have been anxiously awaiting any news on the second trailer. Most of the film’s first looks focus primarily on his connection to Doctor Strange, and his confrontation with Alfred Molina‘s return as Doc Ock. While there’s still no sight on that second trailer, we did finally got a poster. Well, it’s not an official release just yet but it was found by Redditor BananaBreadGabe on the side of a bus.
The Direct offered a closer look at the poster’s design:
Of course, the film has quite a few eyes on it due to the return of classic Spider-Man characters. In addition to Molina, the first trailer did tease William Dafoe‘s Green Goblin, nand we know Jamie Foxx is returning as Electro in the project. Of course, the potential of the original Spideys from the previous film incarnations joining the project has added an extra layer of curiosity if they might appear in any future advertising.
It’s strange we didn’t get this poster released earlier, as it doesn’t reveal anything we haven’t seen in the initial trailer. The design from Doc Ock’s perspective is great, as it also means they can expand upon it with every different villain taking a stab at our favorite webhead. Of course, there’s the question if the rumors surrounding Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield might also get a spotlight before the film releases, or they’ll keep it in their backpocket for afterwards. The second trailer might give us a hint at how they’re tackling the advertising.