10 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Easter Eggs Revealed In The New Trailer

The second trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home was released on Tuesday, November 16 and it gave a closer look at the superhero's new adventure.

It was so jam-packed with new plot points and characters that there was a lot to unpack for fans just from the 3-minute preview.

Here, Newsweek break down all the Easter eggs from the trailer.

1. Doc Ock

Alfred Molina's Doctor Otto Octavius (Doc Ock) is the one villain whose presence was already confirmed before the second trailer, as he appeared briefly in the first.

The character plays a larger role in the new trailer, even going so far as to meet Peter Parker (Tom Holland) while he's with MJ (Zendaya) and Ned (Jacob Batalon), who make fun of his name.

Fan theories over whether Doc Ock was fighting Tobey Maguire's iteration of Spider-Man were quashed in the trailer, as it showed an extended version of the scene where Holland's Spidey revealed himself, and the villain said he wasn't the Peter he knew.

The character has also updated his mechanical arms since the last time fans saw him in Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man films, as they are now black and red.

2. Green Goblin

Several versions of Green Goblin appear in the trailer, suggesting both Willem Dafoe's iteration and Dane DeHaan's from Maguire and Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man films will appear.

The villain is shown in his classic costume but he didn't show his face, which also hints at the possibility of James Franco being the one under the mask as he took over the Green Goblin moniker in Maguire's Spider-Man 2.

But Dafoe does appear in the trailer, at least his voice does. The actor is heard telling Peter he's "struggling to have everything [he] want[s]."

On top of that, there is a brief glimpse of a second Green Goblin in a black cowl, which appears to be DeHaan's version of the character.

3. Electro

Jamie Foxx's Electro is also shown fighting Holland's Spider-Man in the trailer, though he is no longer blue like he was in Garfield's films.

He is heard saying he doesn't want something "taken away" from him, which may well be a reference to Parker's attempt to send all the villains back to their respective multiverses.

4. The Sandman

Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 3 introduced antagonist The Sandman into Maguire's universe, played by Thomas Haden Church, and he was also seen in the new trailer.

While he was from Maguire's Spider-Man films the character is seen teaming up with Electro and The Lizard (Rhys Ifans) to fight Holland's Spidey, despite those two appearing in Garfield's movies.

5. The Lizard

In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, Ifans' The Lizard, aka Dr. Curt Connors, is also shown fighting Holland's Spider-Man.

He was the main antagonist of The Amazing Spider-Man where he was arrested for his crimes after going up against Garfield's Parker, but it appears he managed to escape his cell.

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The second trailer for "Spider-Man: No Way Home" came out on November 16. Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios

6. The villains' destiny

In the trailer, Benedict Cumberbatch's Dr. Stephen Strange tells Peter that all the antagonists appearing in their universe are destined to die fighting Spider-Man.

He claims it's the villains' "fate" to meet their end this way, which harkens back to What If...? where The Watcher (Jeffrey Wright) says he can't change the fate of the multiverses, he can only observe.

But, Peter appears to want to change this and save them all, something that may well end badly for him and his loved ones.

7. MJ's death

Speaking of how things could end badly for his loved ones, the trailer showed a moment where MJ falls off a building and, in slow-motion no less, reaches out to Peter to save her.

This is a clear reference to the way in which the character dies, and—while it isn't clear if Zendaya's iteration of MJ will meet her end—the scene is shot in the same way Emma Stone's version of her died in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

8. Spider-Man's suits

Spider-Man is seen in a number of different suits throughout the trailer: one that is red and blue, the other red and black, and one that is entirely black and has the ability to tap into Dr. Strange's magic.

While Holland's Parker is seen in the first two, the Spider-Man in the black suit does not show his face which may well mean he is either Maguire or Garfield's version of the character.

However, it could be that Holland's Parker simply got given a suit that has been infused with magic to help make the villains return to their respective universes.

9. Captain America's shield

The world is still mourning the loss of Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and there is a moment where a statue is shown being remodelled to include his shield.

It appears to be the Statue of Liberty which is being updated as the sculpture's flame is briefly visible when the shield falls during the fight between Spider-Man, Electro, The Lizard and The Sandman.

10. The multiverse is open

The trailer ends with Parker and Dr Strange watching as the multiverse opens, and the latter warns that "they're starting to come through".

This seems to be a result of the events in Disney+ Loki series, where Loki variant Sylvie (Sophia DiMartino) opened the multiverse when she killed He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors).

Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released in U.S. theaters on December 17.