Spider-Man Swings into the New York Mirror Dimension in Dolby No Way Home Poster

Dive into the Mirror Dimension with this exclusive new Dolby poster for Spider-Man: No Way Home, which finds Peter Parker swinging through NYC.

Peter Parker flies high through the mirror dimension in an exclusive new Dolby poster for Spider-Man: No Coming Home. In a little over a week, the public will finally have the chance to discover all the surprises and twists of Spider-Man: No Coming Home. Directed by Jon Watts, the MCU adventure brings the action back to Peter Parker (Tom Holland) the day after he unmasked the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home. Now exposed and blamed for the death of Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal), Peter must adjust to his new reality.

Of course, it doesn’t last very long, and like the various trailers of Spider-Man: No Coming Home have all confirmed, Peter will soon turn to Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) for help. Doctor Strange has a spell that can make Peter’s identity a mystery again, but when it goes wrong, the door to the multiverse is thrown wide open. Villains from previous Spider-Man films, such as Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) and Electro (Jamie Foxx) all invade Peter’s universe, making this his greatest adventure yet. And he was in Avengers: Endgame.


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With Spider-Man: No Coming HomeWith the arrival of in cinemas getting closer every day, it’s time to reveal how some channels are preparing for its release. Dolby Cinema has shared its exclusive Spider-Man: No Coming Home poster with Screen Rant, and it features everyone’s favorite webslinger flying above the streets of New York. Take a closer look and see how the buildings don’t look quite right… Yes, Spider-Man is traveling through the Mirror Dimension. Check it out below.

Spider-Man No Way Home Dolby Poster

New York has been flipped into the mirror dimension once before, in 2016 Doctor Strange. This time, however, fans can expect an even more thrilling journey through this unique reality thanks to Doctor Strange’s enhanced abilities. The trailer for Spider-Man: No Coming Home just hinted at the power of the wizard since the public last saw him, and with the multiverse bringing increased threats to the MCU, one has to assume that Doctor Strange will use all of his skills to protect the city from New York.

Spider-Man: No Coming Home should be one of the biggest releases of the year. Its ticket presales are the best since Avengers: Endgame in 2019, and with many theaters still recovering from the damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic, they need a major blockbuster like this. As the Dolby poster states, Spider-Man: No Returning Home will have exciting visuals between Peter’s aerial movements and the ever-changing buildings of the Mirror Dimension. It’s the kind of stuff people love to see on the big screen – and they’ll be able to soon enough.

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Source: Dolby Cinema

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  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)Release date: May 05, 2023
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