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15 questions we have after watching the ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ trailer over and over again

Summary List PlacementWhy has the Sanctum Sanctorum been transformed into a winter tundra? Strange is living it up like Mr. Freeze in New York City in, what appears to be, the fall. Why?  Did a spell go terribly wrong? If so, that doesn't really bode well for what comes next in the trailer. What is going on with Doctor Strange? What midlife crisis is the Sorcerer Supreme going through for the former swanky surgeon who drove a Lamborghini to be bumming around in sweats and a hoodie (while still rocking our favorite cloak)? Something about him just seems incredibly off, starting with his hair that's a...

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Why has the Sanctum Sanctorum been transformed into a winter tundra?

Strange is living it up like Mr. Freeze in New York City in, what appears to be, the fall.

Why? 

Did a spell go terribly wrong? If so, that doesn’t really bode well for what comes next in the trailer.

What is going on with Doctor Strange?

What midlife crisis is the Sorcerer Supreme going through for the former swanky surgeon who drove a Lamborghini to be bumming around in sweats and a hoodie (while still rocking our favorite cloak)?

Something about him just seems incredibly off, starting with his hair that’s a bit tidier than usual despite the rest of him looking a bit disheveled.

Why does Doctor Strange even agree to meddle with Peter’s life?

Some people have pointed out that this falls in line with Strange’s arrogance, but we’re pretty sure after living through the events of “Avengers: Infinity War” that Strange is hyper aware of how one’s actions can have an adverse ripple effect on the world around them.

Why would he want to risk putting the universe in danger again so quickly? 

Why does Doctor Strange decide the best course of action is to cast a spell that makes everyone forget Peter’s Spider-Man?

Peter clearly asks Strange if there’s a way he can make it so that Mysterio simply didn’t screw up his life. He never asked for everyone to forget that he was Spider-Man.

Isn’t there a different spell for that?

It seems odd Strange couldn’t come up with a better solution than wiping everyone’s memory. Maybe it was just the most convenient. 

Why would Strange agree to do this spell without having all the kinks worked out first?

Peter’s yelling out addenda to the spell as Strange casts it. 

Shouldn’t the two have discussed the terms of the spell before Strange carries it out? That just seems like Sorcery 101.

Are MJ and Ned going to forget Peter?

This would be really sad not only for Ned, but also after all the work Peter went through to win over MJ.

Did “Loki” create the multiverse or did Doctor Strange?

If you’ve been watching Disney+’s “Loki” series, the finale just appeared to set up the events for next year’s “Doctor Strange” sequel by creating multiple realities.

The “No Way Home” trailer makes it look like something may go wrong with Strange’s spell. 

Maybe the events of the “Loki” finale happen around the same time Strange is casting his spell to help Peter, throwing things out of sorts even more.

When does this movie take place in the MCU?

It’s clearly going to pick up right after the end of 2019’s “Far From Home” ending, but will there be a slight jump in time? Does it take place within a similar timeframe to “WandaVision” and “Loki”?

We know Wanda is going to appear in the “Doctor Strange” sequel.

Is Doctor Strange fighting Peter at one point in this movie?

It certainly doesn’t look like they’re on the same team while on top of that train.

How many villains are IN this movie?

A lot. 

In addition to Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock (from Tobey Maguire’s “Spider-Man”) the trailer contains hints at several other returning former villains from Maguire’s and Andrew Garfield’s live-action “Spider-Man” franchises, including Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), Electro (Jamie Foxx), and Lizard.

Does this mean we’re finally getting the Sinister Six team-up we’ve deserved for so long? In the comics, some of Spidey’s foes team up to form the fearsome group.

Sony has wanted a Sinister Six movie for some time

Are Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield showing up in this movie, too?

How do you have Spidey villains from Maguire and Garfield’s Spidey films without the leading men?

In December 2020, Collider reported Garfield will reprise his role as the webslinger. At the time, the outlet reported Maguire was in talks to return as Peter as well.

Where is Wong going?

Why is he ditching Strange at a time where it looks like he needs him most? 

Is Wong going to get stuck cleaning up Strange’s mess here? Maybe he should be the Sorcerer Supreme.

Are Happy Hogan or Aunt May in trouble?

It looks like one of them’s about to get the Uncle Ben treatment in the trailer.

 

Do these arms belong to Charlie Cox?

Cox played Matt Murdock/Daredevil in Netflix’s popular Marvel series for three seasons.

Some fans are convinced we may see Murdock return in the new Spidey flick because of a few brief shots in the trailer (aka they’re comparing arm hair).

Slightly more convincing? 

Several outlets reported Cox was spotted on the set of “No Way Home.”

Why does Holland’s Spider-Man have so many suits in this film?

Other than to sell more Spidey toys, how many suits does your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man need at his disposal? 

The trailer showed off the basic Spidey suit, the Iron Spider suit, and Peter’s new black and gold one.

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