Spider-Man Producer Says No Way Home Spoilers Ruin Movie Experience

Spider-Man Producer Says No Way Home Spoilers Ruin Movie Experience

Producer Amy Pascal says it’s been challenging to keep spoilers out of Spider-Man: No Way Home. Fans’ excitement has been slowly growing as the premiere of the impending movie approaches; thanks in part to the release of fresh marketing materials. On December 17, Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released in theatres all over the world.

Spider-Man: No Way Home had a late start in terms of marketing. After its actual title was announced in February 2021, the first teaser wasn’t published until late August. The second one was released two months later; and since then, a slew of posters and shorter TV advertisements have been released. Fans have been preoccupied with numerous reports and alleged leaks from the movie as Marvel Studios; and Sony have been pursuing a restricted marketing campaign for the trilogy-capper.

Pascal is now talking about them and how difficult it was to keep the blockbuster’s secrets until it was released in theatres. She was asked how they are able to keep the movie’s major surprises under wraps while speaking with Fandango; in honour of the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets.

Without giving anything away, she confesses that it’s been a problem because they want people to see the movie in theatres to see the highlights. She also mentions how they never confirm any rumour; presumably for the same reason. Read the whole of her response below:

“…you try to never confirm anything in any movie, but this one is a big one.”

Boy, you could probably answer that question. You know. Yes, we’ve been… we don’t want to spoil things for people, you know? That’s one of the problems with movies is that people know everything before they walk into the theater. So we’ve been trying to make sure people get the full theatrical experience when they go to the movie. And yeah, you try to never confirm anything in any movie, but this one is a big one.

Spider-Man: No Way Home has been beset by multiple alleged leaks in addition to claims and rumours. Images of Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire, and even Charlie Cox portraying Matt Murdock have been circulating on the internet; but most of them are unverifiable due to the fact that they’re often shared online using bogus identities.

It’s also worth mentioning that advances in a photo and video editing technologies make it simpler for trolls to cause havoc in the fandom. They chose not to announce anything, as Pascal stated so that fans can have the full theatrical experience the first time they see the film. This isn’t to say that everything you hear about Spider-Man on the internet is true. It’s just easier not to say anything about these things.

Fortunately, with just three weeks till the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, fans won’t have to wait long to find out which stories are genuine and which are fake. The blockbuster’s press tour has already begun, with the cast; lead by Tom Holland, making appearances to promote the film. It’s unclear whether a third trailer is still in the works, but Marvel Studios and Sony are more than likely to release TV advertisements to keep the public interested.

Christy likes to use her great writing skills to curate articles on the Hollywood film industry, multichannel commerce, and online business strategies. She loves to share her ideas on Hollywood here at Clout News.

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