Fans can now watch the first minute of the Marvel film 'Spider-Man: No Way Home.'
The first minute of Spider-Man: No Way Home was released by Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures a week before the film's release, so fans don't have to worry about it leaking.
Tom Holland brought a clip from Spider-Man: No Way Home to his appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, as is customary for celebrities promoting their films on talk shows.
And it just so happened that the clip was from the first minute of the film.
Tom Holland, star of Spider-Man: No Way Home, showed the first minute of the new Marvel film during a Late Night with Seth Meyers interview.
The clip picks up where Spider-Man: Far From Home's post-credits scene left off.
Spider-Man's secret identity is revealed to the world by J. Jonah Jameson, played by J.K. Simmons.
In the streets of New York, Peter, as Spider-Man, notices a crowd encircling MJ, asking if she is the superhero's girlfriend.
Peter swoops down to save her, dragging her to the top of a slender structure.
While on their way to "safety," Peter and MJ pass a sign for "Rogers: The Musical," which is featured in the Marvel Disney show Hawkeye.
Peter receives a FaceTime call from Ned once he has reached the top of the structure.
While MJ tries not to fall off the building, they yell "dude" to each other.
And if the first minute of Marvel's Spider-Man: No Way Home is this exciting, we can't wait to see what the remaining 149 minutes have in store for fans.
Tom Holland discussed how Marvel and Sony only released the first 40 minutes of Spider-Man: No Way Home to the press during his interview on Late Night with Seth Meyers.
"It's like a really, really offensive trailer," Holland admitted, "and it's really, really unfair."
"We've been showing the press 40 minutes of the film because there's some really big stuff in this film that we want to keep a secret," the Spider-Man actor explained.
"So we want to keep as much of it as possible; however, only talking about 40 minutes of a movie has been really interesting."
The Marvel Cinematic Universe's masterminds are well-known for their secrecy.
Given that Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to be one of Marvel's most anticipated films, it's understandable that they don't want any spoilers to surface before the film's release.
During the press tour, Amy Pascal, the producer of Spider-Man: No Way Home, spoke with Fandango about the upcoming Marvel film.
She also revealed some shocking details about Tom Holland's future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"This isn't the last Marvel movie we'll make, and [this isn't] the last Spider-Man movie," Pascal said.
"We're getting ready to make the next Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland and Marvel; we're thinking of it as three films, and now we'll move on to the next three; this isn't the end of our MCU movies."
Because neither Marvel Studios nor Sony Entertainment have confirmed Pascal's news, it's unclear whether Holland will continue to play Peter Parker for a long time.
On December 17, Marvel's latest film, Spider-Man: No Way Home, will be released exclusively in theaters.