‘Where is he?’: Tom Holland is wrong and would confirm Spiderverse in Spiderman: No Way Home (VIDEO)

The Spiderverse on Spider-Man: No Way Home every time it is taking more force since with each passing day, the actors, actresses, producers and journalists have revealed in one way or another the details about the next film.

In this case it was the actor Tom Holland who made an alleged mistake that would confirm the presence of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield on Spider-Man: No Way Home after reacting to the trailer, which was recorded on video.

And it is that the fans have searched for even the smallest details about the arachnid film, as well as the statements of those who will participate in it, as is the case of Tom Holland who is known for revealing spoilers.

In this case, Holland was watching the trailer for the new film along with Zendaya and Jacob Batalon, who also reacted with surprise to the images that were released in recent days.

During the video we can see the genuine reaction of the actor along with Zendaya and Jacob Batalon.

At a key moment in the trailer we can see and hear Holland reacting and saying: “But where is it…?”And cutting himself off immediately, to avoid revealing any detail that he shouldn’t.

The reaction occurs, coincidentally, in the same scene where we see that movement of Lagarto, of which it is suspected that a character was erased because the villain is seen being hit by something invisible.

With this error by Holland, the multiverse of Spiderman, the Spiderverse, would be confirmed, which adds to the fact that actor Jamie Foxx broke the internet on social networks after he leaked very important information around ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home‘.

It was through his Instagram account that the actor who plays the villain ‘Electro‘in’ Spider-Man: No Way Home ‘he posted a photograph and a message that would confirm the Spiderverse, which he had also previously leaked.

And it is that previously, the actor published on Instagram a rather suggestive image, in which we saw three Spider-Men from behind.

After the viralization of the image, Jamie foxx decided to delete the image; however, several users saved it and considered it an unofficial confirmation that the Spiderverse is real.

It was on this occasion, Foxx reconfirmed the Spiderverse as he shared an image from the scene of the trailer we see that Electro, Sand-Man and Lizard throw themselves against a lone Spider-Man.

You can read: Jamie Foxx breaks the internet by leaking the Spiderverse in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’


Helen Hernandez is our best writer. Helen writes about social news and celebrity gossip. She loves watching movies since childhood. Email: Helen@oicanadian.com Phone : +1 281-333-2229

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