*Spoiler warning for Spider-Man: No Way Home below.*
The Academy just spoiled Spider-Man: No Way Home in a massive way. Twitter users logged onto Twitter today, only to be met with an absolutely wild post from The Oscars. They were celebrating three generations of Spider-Men. Well, it’s not hard to see that gives some of the big multiverse surprises away. Marvel fans were not happy about the organization posting these so soon after the movie was released. There’s been a lot of talk about a 24 hour grace period for spoilers with new releases. But, maybe The Academy thought that the rumors about Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire showing up in the movie would soften the blow. Not really for a lot of Spider-Man fans, and they let them hear about it. Spoilers or not, the movie is off to an amazing start at the box office. It will be curious if all this word of mouth actually helps the movie in the coming days. Check out some of the reactions down below:
Three generations of Peter Parker…our friendly neighborhood Spider-Men. ?? pic.twitter.com/iL3LroMCr3
— The Academy (@TheAcademy) December 17, 2021
Movie theaters and ticket sellers are certainly enjoying the experience. “Few experiences can duplicate the joy of seeing ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ for the first time on the big screen,” Fandango Managing Editor Erik Davis wrote earlier today. “It’s the best live-action ‘Spider-Man’ movie to date, as well as a smart, fun and exciting tribute to twenty years of ‘Spider-Man’ movies.”
Did you get Spider-Man: No Way Home spoiled for you? Let us know down in the comments!
THIS IS THE BIGGEST SPOILER SHUT UP
— Mel #NCT2021 ? (@mel_xzh) December 17, 2021
So the spoiler window is officially open?
— Santiago Cordero (@SantiCordero) December 17, 2021
Even the Academy hype and can’t hide Spoiler Alert…
— BlueNavy (@MavericksTexans) December 17, 2021
Spoiler to the point ?
— Ruben B. Aritonang (@rubenbagaskara) December 17, 2021
from Ultimate Comic Blog