Kevin Feige is a Living Meme On Social Media After Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer Leak - 3Movierulz

Kevin Feige is a Living Meme On Social Media After Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer Leak - 3Movierulz - Spider-Man: No Way Home in 3Movierulz. ( Image Credit: Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige )

The trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home has been released online in a leaked version: Disney and Sony have promptly removed the pirated video, but the web has gone crazy trying to imagine Kevin Feige's possible reaction to the sensational media oversight.

We know, great memes derive from great leaks, and in fact, the social networks have been filled with tweets and jokes about poor Kevin Feige, who only a few hours ago declared that the secrecy around Spider-Man 3 was not excessive at all: the president of the Marvel Studios, which had jokingly promised that the long-awaited trailer would arrive online before the film's release scheduled for December 17, has quickly become a trending topic on social media in these minutes.

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The super-producer had already had headaches with Spider-Man: No Way Home when he had to 'bat' the actor Alfred Molina, who is a promotional interview had confirmed that he was playing the same Doctor Octopus whom he had already dressed in the role of Spider-Man 2 of 2004, fueling the speculations on the Multiverse: at the bottom, you can find some nice tweets addressed to Kevin Feige, but we assure you that the web is already full of content about the situation. Furthermore, always below you will find the reaction of Tom Holland, who in his Instagram stories warned fans: "You are not ready!".

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Recall that, according to some rumors, the trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home was expected for an official publication between today Monday 23, and tomorrow Tuesday 24 August, so in light of the recent leak Sony and Disney may finally decide to distribute the long-awaited footage after the Sony panel presentation at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.

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