Spider-Man: Extended Cut Of No Way Home To Hit Theaters In September 

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Even though it is June, it’s Christmas already for Spiderman: No Way Home fans, Marvel studios recently revealed their plans to release a longer edit of the film, titled “The More Fun Stuff Version”, the movie will hit the big screen after the original’s extremely successful run the previous year. 

The Announcement of the release of the extended cut of the Spiderman film was made by Sony on Twitter, also sharing a video featuring the three actors, Toby Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland, who all portrayed the character of Spiderman over the years and appeared together in No Way Home. 

Spider-Man: No Way Home’s Box Office Performance

Spiderman: No Way Home shattered multiple records at the box office at home and abroad and earned praise from public and critics alike and also became one of the highest grossing films of all time. 

The film will hit the big screens on 2nd of September in Canada and the United States, coinciding with Labor Day celebration weekend. 

What Can We Expect To See In The New Version

Although not much is known of what will make into this extended cut of the film, it sure is a treat for the fans who couldn’t have enough of the three spidermen together on screen, which not to mention, already had a length of two and a half hours. 


It is quite possible that some of the omitted scenes that we caught glimpse of in the behind the scenes extras in the film’s Blu-ray release. We can already guess scenes like Toby’s Spiderman pitted again Willem Defoe’s Green Goblin making an appearance in the film, although there is a lot of extra content and materials that remain for the fans to see. 

What’s So Special About 2nd September

The release date of the extended cut also seems to be carefully selected to commemorate two significant events in Spiderman history, it marks his 60th anniversary as his debut in comics and 20th anniversary for debut in the films 

The film also featured a cast of fan favorite villains and brought back characters like Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin, Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock, Thomas Haden Church’s Sandman, Rhys Ifans’ Lizard, and Electro (Jamie Foxx). The “More Fun Stuff” version is expected to give us a closer look at all of the behind-the-scenes shots of the three spidermen in the most interesting of frames