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They remake the trailer for Spider-Man: No way home in the style of the nineties | Digital Trends Spanish

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Do you think the Spider-Man TV series of the 1990s are great? You are not the only one. The Canadian YouTube channel 100 Bombs Studios used dozens of fragments of the cartoons Spider-man, Spectacular Spider-Man and Ultimate Spider-Man to recreate the trailer of Spider-Man: No Way Home as if it were an animation from the nineties.

Virtually every scene in the trailer released by Sony Pictures on November 16 is in the 100Bombs Studios cut, from the dialogues between Dr. Strange and Spider-Man to the appearances of Doc Ock and Green Goblin.

It also highlights that the dialogues between the main actors of Spider-Man: No way home (Tom Holland, Zendaya, Willem Dafoe, and Alfred Molina) are also recreated in the 100Bombs Studios trailer. For Spider-Man fans, the result brings to mind several of the cartoon’s most iconic moments. Spider-man, as it is in the final episodes when Dr. Strange appears to reveal to Peter Parker the existence of a multiverse.

Precisely, the plot of Spider-Man: No Way Home part of the multiverse plot, which takes as its starting point the second movie of the new Spider-Man universe (Far from home), where Peter Parker asks Dr. Strange for help to make the Manhattan neighborhood forget their identity through a spell.

As Spidey’s request does not go as expected, it creates chaos in the multiverse that alters the stability of space-time, a premise that is already common in the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Spider-Man: No way home opens in theaters on December 17.

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