🚨Sony Removes Video Teasing Holland, Garfield, & Maguire Spider-Man Crossover🚨
Posted on Sony Channel Latinoamérica's official YouTube (via @lactudesheros) channel is a clip that features snippets from all three iterations' movies. The translated text reads: "Who is your favorite Spider-Man? You don't have to choose — in the Marvel Multiverse, anything can happen," which could be a tease for MCU's rumored plans of exploring different alternate realities after the Infinity Saga. However, after it gained traction online, it has been taken down from the site. Watch the full video above. At any given time, videos like this could simply be seen as a fun idea to ponder on. However, with evidence mounting that Spider-Man 3 could be MCU's attempt at a live-action Spider-Verse film, people are more invested with the possibility. There have been several indications that the upcoming Holland film will be integral in the creation of the Marvel multiverse including the reported casting of Jamie Foxx, who is reprising his role as Max Dillon aka Electro from 2014's The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Meanwhile, Benedict Cumberbatch is said to also appear in the untitled threequel as Doctor Strange which further backs this idea up. Prior to these new casting additions to the Spider-Man sub-franchise, J.K. Simmons' J. Jonah Jameson from the Raimi Spider-Man trilogy has already appeared in Spider-Man: Far From Home. Whether or not this video is actually hinting at official plans for Spider-Man is unknown at this point. Aside from the casting of the aforementioned characters in Spider-Man 3, it's also worth noting that Far From Home set up an entirely different narrative for the threequel which would be difficult to cast aside. There's a chance that the team who came up with the marketing material isn't privy to what Marvel Studios is planning for the web-slinging hero's future. After all, Feige and co. is known to be secretive about their projects. While Spider-Man 3 filming has begun, Marvel Studios and Sony have remained mum about details of its story. In fact, there's still no official title announced for it.