Video Footage “Spider-Man: No Way Home” Leaked on Twitter

Video footage for Spider-Man: No Way Home was allegedly leaked to the public and Sony Pictures instantly moved quickly to remove it.

Quoting The Hollywood Reporter on Monday (23/8), the upcoming Spider-Man film is trending on Twitter because some accounts share videos that look like trailers.

Several tweets sharing videos of alleged footage have been deleted and spiked with copyright statements.

“The media has been disabled in response to reports from copyright owners,” the message read.

The video is thought to be trailer footage from Spider-Man: No Way Home and its contents are legitimate. However, no specifications will be shared.

Currently Sony seems to be in a chaotic situation, because when one video has been blocked will appear again another image.

Spider-Man fans have at least seen a bit of a look from No Way Home, as the video suggests anyone may have emerged from Spider-Man before.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is currently in theaters on December 17.