Fan-made Spider-Man: No Way Home posters featuring several web-slinging heroes have been seen in theatres.
Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have failed to produce a one-sheet for the heavily hyped Jon Watts and Tom Holland thriller, which was released a month and a half ago. As a result, theatres are preferring to sell the film using unofficial copies.
Fan Posters With Different Spider-Men
Following the events of Spider-Man: Far From Home, Peter Parker will face a difficult situation as his secret superhero identity is revealed to the public. To make matters worse, he’s being blamed for Mysterio’s death (Jake Gyllenhaal). When he finds himself in a jam, he turns to Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) for assistance, and to his surprise, he accepts. Unfortunately, due to a modified spell, the duo accidentally exposes Earth to multiple threats.
Fans believe that both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s versions of the web-slinging hero are involved, based on this and the appearance of Alred Molina’s Doc Ock from Spider-Man 2.
This has sparked plenty of fan-created content for Spider-Man: No Way Home, with some of those posters already appearing in theatres. Spider-Man News, a Twitter fan account, has compiled a collection of photos of theatres doing so, all of which feature one-sheets indicating that other Spider-Men will appear in the movie sequel.
Take a look at the photographs below:
As previously mentioned,Â The official poster for Spider-Man: No Way Home has yet to be released by Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures Entertainment. The movie’s marketing began late, and when a trailer is released, it is usually accompanied by a one-sheet.
Obviously, this is not the case in the case of No Way Home. However, it’s safe to assume that an official poster will be produced at some point, perhaps alongside the upcoming second teaser. Both studios have been busy with other projects; Sony Pictures Entertainment recently released Venom: Let There Be Carnage, while Marvel Studios is promoting Eternals.
As a result, they haven’t had much time to promote SpideMan No Way Home, which is fair.