Spider-Man: No Way Home OST leak confirms what every other leak confirmed

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Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man: No Way Home is finally out in just ten days. With that in mind, you'd think that the long-running leak season would be over. Fool: you forgot about the No Way Home OST leak!

Amid leaked set photos, costume images, and VFX mistakes, you'd think we'd be all done with leaks. However, when it comes to Marvel's beloved webhead, the leaks just keep on coming. In this case, less a leak, more of a flood.

No Way Home OST confirms Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire

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Of course, the new leak confirms exactly what every other leak confirmed over the past few months. As it turns out, Tom Holland is not the only wall-crawler to star in the upcoming movie. Very unsurprisingly, the MCU superhero will be joined by both past movie incarnations: Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire.

This information is based on a new leak of the movie's Original Soundtrack. The full album was leaked on Scoreworld, a website that scours the internet for film and game soundtracks. Obviously, sharing content from that service is illegal, so we will not be linking to it. However, we have listened to some of the album.

The most important part of the album is Track 19, which is untitled in its leaked form. This track features motifs from past Spider-Man films, including the iconic Danny Elfman theme for Maguire’s Spidey. The track isn't too hard to find, but, again, we won't be linking to it.

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Sony has essentially confirmed it’s real

As with prior leaks, Sony has essentially confirmed the OST’s release as real instead of allowing for scepticism. This has been by, once again, claiming uploads of the album online with DMCA copyright strikes.

Re-uploads of the soundtrack, mostly Track 19, do exist on YouTube. However, a lot of them have been pitch-shifted up or down and filled with audio noise to stop Sony from discovering the uploads. They're not hard to find.

On one hand, Sony has been working hard to try and stomp out leaks when they appear. However, doing so has just confirmed what the leaks show. Of course, with a project as big as a new Spidey film, there's very little you can do to control leaks when they emerge.