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Spider-Man: No Way Home LEGO Sets Are Extremely Revealing

Ever since they watched "Spider-Man: Far From Home" end with a new (yet the same) J. Jonah Jameson (J.K. Simmons) revealing that Spider-Man's secret identity is Peter Parker (Tom Holland), Marvel fans have been dying to know what's next for everyone's favorite webslinger. 

One of the biggest "Spider-Man" theories is that the next film, "Spider-Man: No Way Home," will take a cue from the animated film "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" and feature former actors who've played the part of Peter Parker, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. With both Jamie Foxx returning as Electro from "The Amazing Spider-Man" era and Alfred Molina reprising his role as Doctor Octopus from the Sam Raimi era of "Spider-Man," there's plenty of reason to believe a multiverse story is on the way.

With rumors surrounding every part of the third Spidey movie, people are looking for leaks everywhere — even in the toy store. And, yes, it would seem that the latest LEGO sets coming out to celebrate the release of "Spider-Man: No Way Home" may have just given us some pretty major clues about what (and who) to expect when Peter Parker is on the big screen next.

Will these heroes and villains be in Spider-Man: No Way Home?

The three new LEGO "Spider-Man" sets are listed on the company's website as being created to either "celebrate the release of Marvel Studios' 'Spider-Man: No Way Home,'" or for "fans of Marvel Studios' 'Spider-Man: No Way Home.'"

On the box of one of the sets, "Spider-Man's Drone Duel," it lists the products as being "inspired by Marvel Studios' 'Spider-Man: Homecoming,'" the first movie in the Tom Holland-led trilogy. Similarly, the box for the "Spider-Man at the Sanctum Workshop" set notes it as being "inspired by Marvel Studios' 'Spider-Man: Far From Home.'" However, the product descriptions for all three sets clearly state that they're being released in conjunction with the launch of "No Way Home," and in large lettering on each box is the title "Spider-Man: No Way Home." Each set is rather revealing, and has its own intriguing details.

In the "Spider-Man's Drone Duel" set, Spider-Man is dueling with none other than the Vulture, suggesting that perhaps Michael Keaton's incarnation of the character could return. Also interesting about the set is that Spidey is in a gold and black suit, which is very reminiscent of the "Uptown Pride Suit" unlockable in the "Marvel's Spider-Man" game. In fact, it's a suit specifically from the Miles Morales incarnation of the game, suggesting that if "No Way Home" is indeed a multiverse story, the first-ever live-action version of Miles could be set to appear.

In the "Spider-Man at the Sanctum Workshop" set, we see Spider-Man and MJ (Zendaya) interacting with both Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Wong (Benedict Wong). Cumberbatch was already slated to be appear as Doctor Strange in "No Way Home," but this is the first we're hearing that Wong might also turn up.

The third set, "Spider-Man vs. Mysterio's Drone Attack," features both Mysterio and Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson). As with so many rumors about this next Spidey flick, this suggests that we could see Mysterio in "No Way Home" even though he's technically dead by featuring a version from a different universe. Could this — combined with the Vulture set and the confirmation of Doctor Octopus and Electro returning — mean a set-up for a potential Sinister Six?

Keep in mind that often times these LEGO playsets wind up having little to no bearing on the actual films they are inspired by. Toys are no guarantee that any of these actors are returning, nor that this will be a multiverse tale. Still, with every new piece of information we get, it's looking more and more like "No Way Home" is going to be a Spiderpalooza full of as many past actors and characters as possible.

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" is currently set for release on December 17.