No Way Home Extended Cut Details and Ticket Dates

The extended cut for the resounding success of 2021 Spider-Man: No Coming Home is almost there. Double Spider-Man: No Way Home – The Funnest Version will be released on Thursday, September 1 to celebrate the character’s 60th birthday, as well as the 20th anniversary of the first Tobey Maguire Spider Man film.

It has been revealed that the extended cut will contain an additional 11 minutes of footage, bringing the total runtime to 159 minutes (1 hour and 39 minutes). Not much is known about what specifically will be added. Some think more scenes with Maguire and Garfield, but we’ll have to wait and see.

Tickets for the film will be available for pre-order on August 21. Hopefully, we won’t see a repeat of the film’s first release in December, where tickets were sold on eBay for up to $25,000.

With the film grossing $1.9 billion worldwide, the re-release has the potential to go even higher, possibly smashing the top 5 highest-grossing films of all time. Maybe even passing Avengers: Infinity War and Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Hopefully the reissue will be worth it. The last two times a Marvel movie was re-released weren’t under the best of circumstances. In a last minute effort to make Avengers: Endgame highest-grossing movie of all time added a “new scene” with unfinished Hulk CGI. And then there was the PG-13 edit of Deadpool 2 called Once upon a time Deadpool when the Deadpool team tried to please their new Disney overlords.

Are you planning to see No Way Home again in theaters? What new footage are you hoping to see? Maybe more with the bad guys? Or maybe other heroes?

Spider-Man: No Way Home – The Funnest Version hits theaters September 1.

Source: Comic Resources

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