Spider-Man: No Way Home Returning To Theaters With Additional Scenes

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Spider-Man: No Way Home is considered by many to be the greatest Spider-Man film of all time. The film celebrates nearly two decades of live action Spider-Man films by crossing over all three mainstream versions of the character. The film grossed nearly $1.9 Billion worldwide and is currently the 6th highest grossing film of all time. But now that position may move more.

SONY has just announced via the @SpiderManMovie twitter account that they will be re-releasing the film in theaters on September 8th. But this will be more than a mere re-release, this version, dubbed “The More Fun Stuff Version”, will feature all new extended scenes.

Not much is known about the newly added scenes, but it is sure to give fans of the film something extra to watch. Perhaps we will get more scenes of the three Spider-Men interacting. Perhaps we might get more scenes focusing on our villains. Maybe even a few more fight scenes than before. 

This isn’t the first time a Marvel film has re-released. 2018’s Deadpool 2 revived a PG-13 edit called Once Upon A Deadpool.

Also 2018’s Avengers: Endgame was re-released with an extra 6 minutes of footage added, but the scenes with the Hulk were unfinished, so the CGI was very poor quality. That honestly was a very dumb decision.

And most recently SONY tried to ride the trend of the “It’s Morbin Time” internet meme and re-released their anti-hero film Morbius. However the re-release made less than $300,000 theatrically.

What do you think SONY will be adding to this film? Are you willing to go see it once more in theaters to help make it #5 on the all time highest grossing film list? Or are you just fine owning the movie on DVD right now?

Spider-Man: Far From Home – The More Fun Stuff Version releases in theaters on September 8th, 2022.

Source: comicbook.com


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