Two years ago, Utah Jazz All-Star guard Donovan Mitchell — nicknamed Spida — appeared in a commercial promoting the movie “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”

Now, there’s reason to believe that he appears in the latest Spider-Man movie, “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” which is set to be released on Friday.

Over the weekend, the movie’s official Twitter account posted a commercial featuring San Francisco 49ers star tight end George Kittle and ESPN football analyst Mina Kimes in which they go through a list of rumors that have arisen about the film.

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When they get to the idea that Mitchell could be in the movie, Kittle says, “Crazy.”

Kimes then says, “Spida Mitchell, Spider-Man. It almost makes too much sense.”

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SportsCenter host Scott Van Pelt then makes an appearance, and then the commercial goes to Mitchell himself, who says, “Wait, am I in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home?”

Tom Holland, who plays Spider-Man, then appears, saying, “Spida Mitchell. How do these crazy rumors get started?”

Jamie Foxx, who plays Electro, then appears, saying, “Man, people’ll believe anything about this film,” giving a suspicious look at the camera as he does so.

Mitchell quoted the tweet on Sunday, writing simply, “Hmmmm” with a couple of cryptic (but probably not so cryptic) face emojis and a spider emoji.

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