Spider-Man: No Way Home was one of the biggest superhero films of recent times. The film was a total fan serve as it brought the three spider-men together in the most amazing way. It not only broke the Box-office records but also received raving reviews from the critics. Experiencing the film in theatres for the first time was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Now, Sony is bringing back No Way Home to theatres once again for the fans who just can’t get enough of the three Peters and their adventures with the iconic supervillains.
Re-release of No Way Home to include several deleted scenes
The film, which is already the fourth-longest film in the MCU with a running time of 148 minutes, will return to theatres with several unseen scenes added. This will add around 15 minutes to the running time and will surely hype up the fans who have been waiting to see the deleted scenes. The film, which recently won Best Movie in MTV Movie & TV Awards, will be released on September 2nd as announced by the @SpiderManMovie Twitter account.
As of now the “More-Stuff-Version” will only be released in US and Canada but the tweet does say that more countries will be announced soon. Hopefully, the film will be released in several countries so that fans around the world can experience the historic film in theatres once again. The tickets for the film will be available on August 9, over three weeks before “The More Fun Stuff Version” comes to the big screen.
You wanted more Spidey and you got it! 🕷🕷🕷 #SpiderManNoWayHome: The More Fun Stuff Version swings into movie theaters in the US and Canada September 2! More countries to be announced soon! pic.twitter.com/4Ux3AwdpfO
— Spider-Man: No Way Home (@SpiderManMovie) June 11, 2022
Fans react to the re-release by joking about Morbius
No Way Home is not the first superhero film to be re-released. Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home were also re-released in theatres in the past. Recently, Sony re-released Morbius to over 1000 theatres despite bad reviews by fans and low box-office sales. As expected the film flopped again becoming the only movie in Hollywood to flop twice. Fans took to Twitter to joke about how Sony is re-releasing No Way Home to make up for the losses caused by Morbius.
Sony lost so much money on Morbius that they're releasing No Way Home again LOL https://t.co/bL5DVyQzmC
— Jaio (@Jaio_CG) June 11, 2022
— 𝙶𝚒𝚜𝚎𝚕𝚕𝚎✖️✖️// #RENEWSANDMAN⏳ (@giselleb1234) June 11, 2022
No Way Home to reach the $2 billion mark at the global box-office
No Way Home is a fan favorite unlike Morbius and it is likely that the film will be seen by thousands of fans around the world on its re-release. It is also likely that the film will reach the $2 billion mark at the global box office since the film has already garnered $1.89 billion. Thus, the re-release will prove to be beneficial for both the fans as well as Sony.