According to The Direct, the embargo on critical early reactions to “Spider-Man: No Return Home” falls on December 14 at 2:30 a.m. PST.
The CBR and BSL websites claim that Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures will not release the entire film to the press to prevent reporters from posting spoilers about the film.
Media say the press screenings will only last around 40 minutes, giving reporters enough material to handle interviews and disclosures, without being able to reveal any of the film’s deeper secrets.
The full version will be shown at the premiere of the film, so journalists still have time to give their reviews.
With just over two weeks to go until the premiere, it’s safe to say that this is the most high-profile film in Marvel Studios history.
Whether or not some of the leaks are true, it certainly affects the film and becomes a challenge for the team behind the production.
Prior to the film’s release, the cast and crew were plagued with hundreds of questions about specific themes of the leaks …
The numerous interviews Andrew Garfield has given over the past few months are one example.
Although he has denied his role in the sequel, the whole world believes he will reprise his role as Peter Parker in “The Amazing Spider-Man.”
Turns out, if he’s not in the movie, Sony and Marvel Studios have a bomb ready to go with both hands.
During an interview with Fandango, producer Amy Pascall brought up the subject and said that anything badly said can sound like a bomb.
“It’s a difficult subject to broach. We don’t want to spoil things for the fans, you know? One of the biggest problems with movies is when people know everything is going to happen before they go to the movies.
“But then we try to make sure that people get the full experience when they go to the movies. And yes, you try to never confirm anything in a movie, but that’s a big deal because everything we say will be interpreted [de forma positiva ou negativa]. “
Remember that the sequence will be broadcast on December 16 in national cinemas.
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For the first time in Spider-Man cinematic history, our friendly neighborhood hero is exposed and can no longer separate his normal life from the big risks of being a superhero. When he asks Doctor Strange for help, the risks become even more dangerous and force him to find out what it really means to be Spider-Man.
Directed again by Jon Watts, the cast includes Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marisa Tomei, JK Simmons, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, Martin Starr and Jacob Batalon.
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