What Now After ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Leaks?

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Yesterday was the wildest thing ever, and it felt like a fever dream. If you don’t know what I’m talking, the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer leaked and more. One thing I don’t want to do is go into detail about anything that has leaked from the trailer or anything else about the film until an official announcement.

Now the question is, what now? It’s been a couple hours and the leaks are getting worse. The leaks has been coming out more and more from the film and it’s crazy, which sucks too, especially if you’re trying to be surprised. Like we know where the film would go, but not to the extent of the things that has been leaking all over the internet.

Regarding the trailer, we already know it’ll be shown very soon, and most likely this week. I think Marvel or Sony should just come out and confirm some of the stuff now, especially when so much is out there now, and whatever that hasn’t been leaked they can keep quiet about.

It does suck that this is happening. I feel bad for whoever will lose their job because of the leak, I feel bad for all the people involved with the film who are working hard to make sure fans get their minds blown, I just feel bad in general. This is why you can’t trust no one when it comes to projects like this because it’s not worth risking your career over, especially when your name is plastered in full letters on the trailer.

Marvel and Spidey fans, just hold on a bit longer because we’re going to get what we’ve been waiting for in just a couple of days.

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