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Evidence that Sony removed Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield from "No Way Home" trailer

Luis Rafael
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Millions of people were very attentive to the premiere of the new advance of the famous film that tells the story of Peter Parker.

However, some were surprised to note that neither Garfield nor Maguire appeared, as it is something that millions of people are waiting for.

For this reason, the fandom began to put together the pieces of the puzzle and began to notice that the trailer was modified in various scenes and left some winks that if you look closely reveals that they will appear on December 17.

The purpose of this retouching by the film's producers was to cover up the participation of both actors in the film to generate controversy and carry out one of the best marketing strategies in the film industry, which so far has worked for the film industry perfection.

Evidence that Sony removed Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield from "No Way Home" trailer
Evidence that Sony removed Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield from "No Way Home" trailer

The premiere of the second preview of "Spider-Man: No Way Home" has caused a lot of uncertainty in fans

A couple of days ago the second trailer for "Spider-Man: No Way Home" was released, revealing several secrets and details that we are going to see in the new installment of the franchise.

This has caused the impression of many followers and at the same time has generated confusion in social networks.

While most fans are happy with the presence of the five terrible adversaries that will put Tom Holland's Peter Parker on the ropes, thousands of people have missed the presence of Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire in the previews and created conspiracy theories.

The fandom of "No Way Home" deduces that the trailer was manipulated to prevent the appearance of the 2 Peter Parker

Also, among the people who look forward to the Spider-Man multiverse there are some who do not lose hope. Since, in the previews, all the information they have provided is not very convincing and has scenes that seem to be edited.

For this reason, the fandom affirms that Sony and Marvel have controlled some arrangements of the new trailer to avoid the appearance of the 2 missing Peter Parkers, generating theories and uncertainty until the debut date of the tape on December 17.

Although the presence of the two actors in the Marvel movie are rumors and speculations of the fans, there have been several indications for all fans of the saga to speculate that the trailer for "No Way Home" was modified so that they did not appear nor Garfield or Maguire.

"You are not Peter Parker"

Evidence that Sony removed Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield from "No Way Home" trailer
"You are not Peter Parker"

The main proof for this theory of the surprise factor, can be noticed in the main part of the trailer when the "Doctor Octopus" played by Alfred Molina, catches Spidey with his mechanical limbs and does not recognize him and says "You are not Peter Parker" With much indignation.

An expression that, whether Maguire and Garfield appear on the tape, now shows that Octopus cannot recognize this Peter Parker. Since, his Peter has the face of Tobey Maguire, the one from the film coordinated by Sam Raimi.

Thanks to this revelation of the villain of "Spider-Man 2" it is confirmed that if there is a spiderverse in which the Spider-Man from the other installments will be found.

The Invisible Enemies

Evidence that Sony removed Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield from "No Way Home" trailer
The Invisible Enemies

There is no doubt that the incredible proof that those who claim that Sony and Marvel have eradicated the other two protagonists cling to, is when the part is shown in which Spider-Man faces three of the enemies simultaneously, one epic scene.

If we put this scene in slow motion, you can see very well how Spider-Man faces the Lizard (Rhys Ifans), the Sandman (Thomas Haden Church), and Electro (Jamie Foxx).

However, as the main on-screen Spidey chases the first one, the film's two other enemies, both Electro and the Lizard, appear to be facing invisible enemies, hinting that there are other people fighting them and were edited.

It is striking that Lagarto receives a blow by someone imperceptible, which would show that he fully affirms that the scene was edited. This last detail could be found in the trailer for the Brazilian adaptation, which has not altered this scene segment. A notable oversight.

As fans know, it would not always be that Marvel shows altered material for the first time to avoid revealing everything and keep this type of detail and generate surprise factor as if it were a trick up its sleeve.

A great example was with the appearance of Thor in the advance of 'Avengers: Endgame', where the God of Thunder appeared with an identical and perfect appearance to that of 'Infinity War', however, in the film he appeared with a more disheveled appearance and scruffy.

Very familiar continuity

Evidence that Sony removed Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield from "No Way Home" trailer
Very familiar continuity

The third of these "tests" we believe to be found in the last part of the trailer, in the scene where MJ falls into deep darkness and Peter Parker becomes the hero. This scene is already known to many, and it impressed the entire fandom.

The sequence is quite familiar and reminds us of the terrible death of Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2", who was responsible for representing the death of the character in the comic strips.

It's the sudden method of going from a wide-angle continuity to a closer one, which would be a clue that the one who saved the young woman was not Tom Holland's Spidey, but Andrew Garfield's.

If this is confirmed, and it happens, it could be the way in which that Peter Parker adaptation claims itself for not having saved its beloved in its original film.