Spider-Man: No Way Home The Daily Bugle Newsstands Are Coming To New York


The marketing of Spider-Man: No Way Home has been stepped up a gear, the film will finally be released next week and is expected to make a huge impact at the box office. And if you’ve been lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time today in New York City, you might have scored your own copy of The Daily Bugle.

No Way Home has sold the most pre-sale tickets of any movie since Avengers: Endgame and could make $ 200-250 million just for its opening weekend at the U.S. box office, breaking records in the U.S. box office since the start of the pandemic. Teasing the presence of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield has certainly helped to generate the hype.

Today, Spider-Man’s comic book and film newspaper The Daily Bugle, run by none other than J. Jonah Jameson, has set up newsstands in New York City. While many Manhattan residents would have passed them without noticing, comic book and movie fans would certainly have stopped to snap photos of the adorable kiosks. And of course, we know from social media that they did just that.

JK Simmons is set to reprise his role as J. Jonah Jameson in No Way Home, after appearing in a small cameo in Spider-Man: Far From Home in 2019.

Check out a few tweets below to see the newsstands and what the newspaper copy looked like;

A sketch of Doc Ock comes with a “tentacle man wanted for questioning” and it looks like Otto is looking for a roommate, but they “must be like-minded and hate superheroes.”

Spider-Man: No Way Home will be in theaters from December 15.

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