Spider-Man: No Way Home Fan May Have Solved That Big Doc Ock Plot Hole

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Key Facts. Within the first 24 hours of its release, Spider-Man: No Way Home drew 355.5 million views globally, beating out the previous record held by the Avengers: Endgame trailer, which amassed 289 million views when it debuted in 2018, according to Sony Pictures. Forbes‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Trailer Shatters Records For Views On Social Media

Since the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home's first official trailer, fans have been speculating about why Doc Ock seems to have returned to his villainous ways after the conclusion of Spider-Man 2, during which he sacrifices himself to save New York City. Twitter user @methnpizza noticed a visual cue that could explain Doc Ock's evil nature in No Way Home. "Ock's arms are glowing red, which means they are in control, therefore his arc isn't ruined," they posted on Twitter alongside a screenshot of Doc Ock's mechanical arms from the trailer.

Ock's arms are glowing red, which means they are in control, therefore his arc isn't ruined. pic.twitter.com/H0kHBlUFY5

The fan then cited a scene from Spider-Man 2 to further their point. "It's a visual detail from Spider-Man 2, best visible in this scene (When Otto is in control, they glow white)." The posted clip takes place just before Doc Ock's sacrifice. As Otto repeats to his glowing red arms, "Listen to me now," they flash from red to white before finally glowing white as they release Peter Parker's neck and Otto resumes control of them. The new theory suggests that since his arms are red again in the No Way Home trailer, they are in control of Doc Ock yet again.

While the nature of the upcoming multiversal MCU film No Way Home had been kept secret prior to the first trailer's release, Molina infamously spoiled his return as the villainous Doctor Octopus in an interview earlier this year. Similarly to many fans, Molina was confused about how his character could return following his death in Spider-Man 2. "I died," Molina explained to No Way Home director Jon Watts. "In this universe, no one really dies," Watts responded, according to Molina. Watts told him that No Way Home would pick up from Doc Ock's sacrificial moment, suggesting that No Way Home's Doc Ock will either be from before Otto gained control over his arms or they'll have gained control again following the events of Spider-Man 2.

After much fan speculation and even a leaked trailer, the first official trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home became the most-viewed trailer in a 24-hour period, with 355.5 million views in a single day, beating the previous record holder Avengers: Endgame's trailer which had 289 million views in its first day.

Directed by Jon Watts and starring Tom Holland, Spider-Man: No Way Home swings into theaters on Dec. 17.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Fan May Have Solved That Big Doc Ock Plot Hole

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Since the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home's first official trailer, fans have been speculating about why Doc Ock seems to have returned to his villainous ways after the conclusion of Spider-Man 2, during which he sacrifices himself to save New York City. Twitter user @methnpizza noticed a visual cue that could explain Doc Ock's evil nature in No Way Home. "Ock's arms are glowing red, which means they are in control, therefore his arc isn't ruined," they posted on Twitter alongside a screenshot of Doc Ock's mechanical arms from the trailer.

Ock's arms are glowing red, which means they are in control, therefore his arc isn't ruined. pic.twitter.com/H0kHBlUFY5

The fan then cited a scene from Spider-Man 2 to further their point. "It's a visual detail from Spider-Man 2, best visible in this scene (When Otto is in control, they glow white)." The posted clip takes place just before Doc Ock's sacrifice. As Otto repeats to his glowing red arms, "Listen to me now," they flash from red to white before finally glowing white as they release Peter Parker's neck and Otto resumes control of them. The new theory suggests that since his arms are red again in the No Way Home trailer, they are in control of Doc Ock yet again.

While the nature of the upcoming multiversal MCU film No Way Home had been kept secret prior to the first trailer's release, Molina infamously spoiled his return as the villainous Doctor Octopus in an interview earlier this year. Similarly to many fans, Molina was confused about how his character could return following his death in Spider-Man 2. "I died," Molina explained to No Way Home director Jon Watts. "In this universe, no one really dies," Watts responded, according to Molina. Watts told him that No Way Home would pick up from Doc Ock's sacrificial moment, suggesting that No Way Home's Doc Ock will either be from before Otto gained control over his arms or they'll have gained control again following the events of Spider-Man 2.

After much fan speculation and even a leaked trailer, the first official trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home became the most-viewed trailer in a 24-hour period, with 355.5 million views in a single day, beating the previous record holder Avengers: Endgame's trailer which had 289 million views in its first day.

Directed by Jon Watts and starring Tom Holland, Spider-Man: No Way Home swings into theaters on Dec. 17.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Fan May Have Solved That Big Doc Ock Plot Hole

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Since the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home's first official trailer, fans have been speculating about why Doc Ock seems to have returned to his villainous ways after the conclusion of Spider-Man 2, during which he sacrifices himself to save New York City. Twitter user @methnpizza noticed a visual cue that could explain Doc Ock's evil nature in No Way Home. "Ock's arms are glowing red, which means they are in control, therefore his arc isn't ruined," they posted on Twitter alongside a screenshot of Doc Ock's mechanical arms from the trailer.

Ock's arms are glowing red, which means they are in control, therefore his arc isn't ruined. pic.twitter.com/H0kHBlUFY5

The fan then cited a scene from Spider-Man 2 to further their point. "It's a visual detail from Spider-Man 2, best visible in this scene (When Otto is in control, they glow white)." The posted clip takes place just before Doc Ock's sacrifice. As Otto repeats to his glowing red arms, "Listen to me now," they flash from red to white before finally glowing white as they release Peter Parker's neck and Otto resumes control of them. The new theory suggests that since his arms are red again in the No Way Home trailer, they are in control of Doc Ock yet again.

While the nature of the upcoming multiversal MCU film No Way Home had been kept secret prior to the first trailer's release, Molina infamously spoiled his return as the villainous Doctor Octopus in an interview earlier this year. Similarly to many fans, Molina was confused about how his character could return following his death in Spider-Man 2. "I died," Molina explained to No Way Home director Jon Watts. "In this universe, no one really dies," Watts responded, according to Molina. Watts told him that No Way Home would pick up from Doc Ock's sacrificial moment, suggesting that No Way Home's Doc Ock will either be from before Otto gained control over his arms or they'll have gained control again following the events of Spider-Man 2.

After much fan speculation and even a leaked trailer, the first official trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home became the most-viewed trailer in a 24-hour period, with 355.5 million views in a single day, beating the previous record holder Avengers: Endgame's trailer which had 289 million views in its first day.

Directed by Jon Watts and starring Tom Holland, Spider-Man: No Way Home swings into theaters on Dec. 17.

Source: Twitter

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