March 22, 2023


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No Way Home may receive an extended version.  Sony will fight for millions more

No Way Home may receive an extended version. Sony will fight for millions more

Peter Parker’s latest cinematic adventure is very popular, but the company intends to get millions more from it. The latest report indicates that viewers will soon be able to watch the extended version of the show, which will be enriched with a few additional scenes.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is the sixth highest-grossing movie in history. The production that expands the Marvel Cinematic Universe has already grossed $1.83 billion, and only “Avengers: War Without Borders” ($2.048 billion), Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($2.069 billion), and Titanic ($2.201 billion) Better results. In US dollars), Avengers: Endgame ($2.797 billion) and “Avatar” ($2.847 billion).

However, it seems that the Sony authorities have an appetite for more “greens” and want to attract new audiences to the big screen, thereby earning $ 2 billion at the box office. According to recent rumors, in the second week of March, Indonesia will host the premiere of the extended version of “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, which was confirmed by a Twitter user dealing with news of Marvel movies (Marvel Studios spoilers). If the news turns out to be true, we should expect an official announcement soon and the production being added to our selection of cinemas.

The show with Tom Holland in the lead role will get an extra 11 minutes, so it’s very likely we’ll see some new scenes developed as part of the Blu-ray release. The physical version of the film will likely contain 100 minutes of extras, including material devoted to the production process and work on the set.

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It wouldn’t be the first time a Spider-Man-focused movie received a new release – in 2019, about two months after the original release, viewers can watch Spider-Man: Far From Home, which contained 4 minutes of unreleased scenes. From before.