Spider-Man: All 5 (or 6) villains were teased in the Nineway Home trailer.

Dr. Oak

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Of Spider-Man: The Nine Way Home Trailer. Toe fell on Monday, and so did everyone’s respective jaws. We got the answers, but basically more questions, about what is happening in Tom Holland’s third. Marvel-Sony. Web Sling Adventure

Here’s a way: Villains Dr. Octopus, Green Goblin, Electro, The Lizard and Sandman are all shown in the trailer or hinted at appearing in the movie. Now what we want to know is this: Is this a gallery of thugs making Slanter Six?

Sony announced a Sunshine Six team-up of Spidey’s biggest villain in 2013, several months before The Amazing Spider-Man 2, thanks to the disappointing box office return of Andrew Garfield’s sequel, putting spin-off plans on ice. Were given.

Maybe so far. Probably, there is a sixth villain that was not touched in the trailer. Time to speculate below.

1. Dr. Octopus.

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Aka Dak Oak. Yes, Alfred Molina has been confirmed to return as Otto Activus, who first appeared in 2004’s Spider-Man 2. He was killed after sacrificing his life to destroy his misguided nuclear test. One villain won, one hero died, as some would say. This version, which is clearly visible at the end of the trailer, seems to be on a questionable path.

2. Green Goblin.

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While William Duffy’s Green Goblin, which first appeared in 2002’s Spider-Man, does not appear on the screen in the trailer, it is clear that he will be in the film. Daffy’s crazy green goblin’s laughter can be heard with a glimpse of his recognizable pumpkin bombs. Green Goblin died at the end of Sam Remy’s Spider-Man, but later appeared in his trilogy in the form of a ghost or memory. Looks like he’s back, he’s back.

3. Electro.

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How do we know that Jamie Foxx’s Electro is back? Two words: yellow lightning. The trailer shows the amazing Spider-Man 2 villain’s signature bolts exploding on police cars. Spidey, in his black and gold suit, is shown dodging them in another shot. Andrew Garfield’s Spidey beat the electro by overloading his body with energy at the end of the 2014 sky. Until he deleted his premature social media posts regarding the new film, Fox confirmed his return.

4. Sandman.

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It’s a little weak. In the trailer, one of the electro-lightning storms is full of sand and dirt. Sandman? After forgiving Peter’s fugitive, Thomas Hayden Church’s villain escaped 2007 Spider-Man 3. Maybe he’s actually here on Peter’s side, saving him from the electro bolt.

5. The lizard.

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Finally, the lizard. Rhys Ifans’ villain appeared in 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man. About 2 and a half minutes into the trailer, a black figure can be seen rising above Peter. The outline of this figure is according to the lizard. The mad scientist who tried to turn all humans into lizard hybrids was sent to prison after Peter returned to his human form.

(6?) Rhino / Vulture / Shakir / Scorpion.

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Paul Jayamti Probably Returning to play the role of Rhino in MCU, but the actor has not come with confirmation at all. He first appeared as Andrew Garfield in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in 2014 as Rhino, alias Alexei Setsevich. It was planned that Giamati would return for a growing role in The Amazing Spider-Man 3, but the mixed reception in Garfield’s sequel later saw the box. Other candidates who could end the band are Vulture (Michael Keaton), Shakir (Bokim Woodbine) and Scorpion (Michael Mando), who are still alive.

Spider-Man: Nine Way Home then cast Tom Holland in the role of Peter Parker, accompanied by Zindaia, Marissa Tommy and Jacob Battalion. Director John Watts Behind the cameras again, Nineway Home crashed into cinemas on December 17.

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