No Way Home trailer discussion

November 17, 2021 / Film Dailyn / Film Dailyn / Film CEO Peter Sciretta and senior writer Brad Oman discuss the new Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer.

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  • Trailer Reaction: “Spider-Man: No Way Home” Trailer: Spidey versus The Villains Of The Marvel Multiverse
    • Trailer reactions
    • Peter, MJ and Ned have fun with Doc Ock’s name being Otto Octavius.

    • Doc Ock says, “You fly into darkness to fight ghosts.” Then Dr. Strange jumps in, saying, “They’re all going to die fighting Spider-Man. That’s their destiny.”

    • Doc Ock’s tentacles now have red and gold?

    • Jamie Foxx returns to CG Electrona (updated suit)

    • Curious, he says, “You’re not going to take this away from me.” What is “this” and how does it relate to this evil team?

    • Another Green Goblin
    • Sandman – whose side is he on?

    • If the thugs are sent back to their home worlds, they will be killed, so the title “can’t get home”

    • Strange vs. Peter (trippy Train series)

    • Black Spider-Man suit

    • The Statue of Liberty has Captain America’s shield

    • MJ falls from the Statue of Liberty echoing Emma Stone’s Gwen Stacy fell
    • Where are the other Spider-Man?

    • Does Lizard hit something wiped?
    • “They’re starting to come through, and I can’t stop them!”

    • Brad: The script for “Spider-Man: No Way Home” was constantly rewritten during filming
      • From GQ: No Way Home’s production sounds like complete chaos. As the first day of filming approached, several of the key actors had not yet signed up. “Some people were trying to figure out if they wanted to do it, and we needed them all or none at all,” Holland says. The film was said to be released after the upcoming sequel to Doctor Strange, but when the film was delayed due to COVID, it was decided that No Way Home would go first, requiring changes to the plot. While filming was underway, the script was rewritten almost daily. “You can ask the director, ‘What happens at the third show?’ And his response would be, “I’m still trying to figure it out,” Holland says.

      • Anyway, the day finally came to describe the big finale, “Crescendo scene, like, is this really shit happening? It’s crazy.” Only it didn’t work. “I stopped and said,‘ I’m so sorry, I just can’t believe what I’m saying. “Director Jon Watts took him aside, and Holland said to him, ‘It wasn’t me. The scene was wrong.’ We sat down, we went through it, and we got a new idea,” Holland says. it works great. “

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