‘SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME’ Trailer Includes F.E.A.S.T. Easter Egg

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Spider-Man: No Way Home finally got its first trailer and it hinted at quite a few curious things we can expect from the third entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film. Not only do we get the grand return of actors from past Spider-Man franchises, but what looks like a showdown with Doctor Strange. Now, there’s also one very brief sequence that includes an important comic and video game reference. We see Spidey running through what seems to be a mess hall with the leaked black-gold suit. If you take a closer look, it turns out he is running through a F.E.A.S.T. shelter.

It’s hidden quite well in the background, but you can make out the acronym if you look closely in an HD version of the trailer, which you can check out here:

The location has been a recurring place for Aunt May in the comics and even in Insomniac’s Spider-Man game from 2018. Its inclusion also is a hint that the location from Far From Home, where Aunt May held the benefit gala, could also be this same location, but there was no direct reference to it in the film. With this confirmation, it may also hint at the existence of Martin Li, who would end up becoming Mister Negative in the game and comics.

The sequence does hint that Peter Parker is running away from something. We did find out that the black-gold suit uses magic webbing from earlier toy leaks. So, he might be in the middle of a battle with one of the villains teased throughout the trailer. Perhaps he also got pushed through the multiverse and landed in an alternative world with its own Peter Parker. Some time ago, there were rumors that we could even see the actor who played the character in the Insomniac game make an appearance. The confirmed appearance of Molina just opens up so many avenues, which makes it exciting with every new Easter egg.

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