by Keane Eacobellis
Ahead of next week’s release, Marvel will go all out with a super sensible promotional strategy for what’s hotly anticipated. Spider-Man: There’s no way home.
The film stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker, who appear responsible for performing a spell concocted by Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange to make the world forget that Peter is Spider-Man.
But before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s take a step back and ask who is responsible for letting the world know Spider-Man’s secret identity? Spider-Man: Far From Home tease the baquel at the end of the previous movie. After defeating con man Jake Gyllenhall’s Mysterio, the special effects-focused villain released a compelling video clip for JK Simmons’ Daily Bugle editor J. Jonah Jameson. Jonah broadcast that tape, along with Spider-Man’s secret identity, to the world at the end of season two of the trilogy.
It is only appropriate that the fictional newspaper would have a pop-up in real life, extolling the webslinger’s lack of exposure to the world. A few users on Reddit discovered the fake papers in New York and posted them on the MarvelStudios subreddit. We have collected photos from MarvelsGrantMan136 and Elegent_Housing_For are here for you to peruse.
Not only is there a complete rendition of a Daily Bugle newsstand, complete with an official logo, but the different headlines are just separate. Here is a collection of some of our favorites:
- Superheroes are to blame for the automatic line of claims
- Man bitten! New costume hero appeared? Doctors say: ‘That’s not how science works’
- Parker’s request to reveal birth certificate gets traction
- Wanted info: man with tentacles trying to interrogate (complete with a police sketch of Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock)
Spider-Man: Far From Home will hit theaters on December 17.
https://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/spider-man-no-way-home-fans-are-loving-real-life-daily-bugle-newspaper/ No Way Home fans are loving the daily buggy in real life