Spider-Man: No Way Home Extended Cut is set to hit theaters starting September 2nd
Los Angeles: ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ seems like it could not be enough. After the box office fire, the film is waiting to take audiences back to an imaginary ride as ‘Variety’ reports that its extended cut will soon go to theaters.
Sony Pictures has announced that ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home – The More Fun Stuff Edition’ will hit theaters on Labor Day weekend, with additional and extended scenes from the December 2021 Marvel movie.
The news came on Friday evening (Pacific Standard Time) celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Spider-Man comic book character and the 20th anniversary of the Spider-Man movies, with a teaser with a clip of Tom Holland and the earlier ‘Spider-movie’. Man’s actors Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield team up.
“It’s so wonderful. It needs to be done again,” said Peter Parker of Garfield. “You understand,” Peter of Maguire replies.
According to ‘Variety’, the extended cut will be played in the US and Canada, and many more countries are yet to be announced. Tickets will go on sale from August 9 with a screening from September 2, including premium major formats such as IMAX.
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ is the third biggest box office hit ever released in the United States and number six internationally – and will be re-released through ‘The More Fun Stuff Version’, ‘Variety’ says. Mostly doing big business.
During the epidemics, in 2021, James Cameron’s fantastic science fiction epic ‘Avatar’ came back to the big screen and in 2019 after ‘Avengers: EndCom’ hijacked, it regained the title of the highest grossing movie in history with $ 2.802 billion worldwide.