Spider-Man asks forgiveness to the World in the No Way Home TV commercial

In new footage in a TV commercial for Spider-Man: No Way Home, Peter Parker apologizes to the World.

In No Way Home, Tom hires Spider-Man‘s Doctor Holland Strange to help erase his secret identity from the public’s minds. Unfortunately, after Peter changes the spell, Strange Magic opens portals to the Multiverse that allow Spidey’s many classic enemies to invade the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The new clip from the film shows how Peter will publicly address the story by saying, “The truth is, I accidentally brought these dangerous people here.” Additionally, the film suggests that The Daily Bugle will help convey Peter’s appeal on several billboards in New York City while continuing: “World, if you look, I wish you good luck. There may be something, your neighbor really need Spider-Man. ”

Although Peter seems to admit his mistakes in No Way Home, he should probably correct some bridges as well. The clip suggests that the relationship between Spider-Man and Doctor Strange is strained in the film after the top wizard accuses Peter of misleading their spells. The tensions between Spider-Man and Doctor Strange are part of the highly-promoted issue of No Way Home; Some clips show the two fighting and fighting side by side at different times, making it unclear where they end up in the movie.

Strange frustrations include the arrival of various villains from Sony’s Amazing Spider-Man and Spider-Man franchises. The promo shows how Holland meets these characters at different times in the film, where Dr. Octopus Alfred Molina sees the New York State Freeway, Jamie Foxx’s Electro Conducted, and Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin in the middle of the rubble of the city’s buildings. Earlier, No Way Home fans started an alliance between Spider-Man and Doc Ock, where Peter even laughed under the real name Octavius. At the same time, another promotion suggests that Electro believes Spider-Man is an old friend who degrades the true mind of the thief who returns to a mysterious cloud.

As No Way Home welcomes Spider-Man villains, many fans believe former Peters Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will join the MCU to help Holland clean up his mess. Despite admitting that they crossed paths in real life – Holland announced that the Spider-Men trio has a group chat where they keep an eye on each other even though they are these people. Spider-Man: No Way Home hits theaters on December 17.