Fans have been delighted now that Spider-Man: No Way Home, the highly anticipated sequel to Far From Home, is finally out. The movie has had an immense number of questions surrounding its plot since production first started, and that included whether or not certain classic characters would be returning. But now with the release of this sequel, there’s an even bigger issue. As it turns out, footage from the movie has been leaking online, and now Sony has taken action to remove these Spider-Man: No Way Home leaks.
This was noted via THR, where they noted the various different Spider-Man: No Way Home leaks that had hit YouTube. While a lot of these leaks consisted of grainy or clear footage with both foreign subtitles or dubs, there was at least one leak that featured a massive 10 minutes of footage from the Tom Holland film. In fact, there are even reports that the entire film hit some torrent websites and Telegram.
It should be noted that the alleged full movie leaks were marked “CAM” – meaning someone filmed the movie with a camera illegally. However, that’s no longer the case now, as Sony has luckily been able to take care of these leaks.
As you can see below, attempting to click any of these videos now on YouTube will leave you with the following message:
“Video Unavailable. This video contains content from Sony Pictures Movies & Shows, who has blocked it in your country on copyright grounds.”
While some fans are happy to know what happens in the movie, that doesn’t mean everyone is. A lot of people are trying to avoid spoilers because they can’t see the film right away, and with so many random YouTube users aware of the film’s plot, there’s going to be even more people spoiling it. Hopefully these leak removals by Sony will help combat that, and people can get the proper Spider-Man: No Way Home theatrical experience.
After various other leaks and rumors that had popped up during the film’s marketing campaign and early production, it’ll be nice for those fans to finally sit down and watch the movie and see it for themselves.
The new Marvel Cinematic Universe movie Spider-Man: No Way Home is currently available in theaters.