Spider-Man: No Way Home extended cut has a big-screen release date

The extended cut of Spider-Man: No Way Home, called the More Fun Stuff Version, has a big-screen release date.

The official Spider-Man movie twitter page posted a tweet with all the release dates for each country. Most countries on the list have a release date of September 1st or September 2nd, though some have to wait a little longer. It launches on September 1st in the USA, while the UK gets it on September 2nd.

The extended cut will be available globally in cinemas. It apparently includes 15 minutes of new footage not seen in the original version of the film.

New Spider-Man Scenes

New scenes in the More Fun Stuff version include a series of deleted scenes, which have already been named. These are ‘Happy’s Very Good Lawyer’, ‘Interrogation Scene Extended’, ‘Peter Day At Midtown High’, ‘Undercroft Montage’, and ‘The Spideys Hang Out’.

All together, these scenes will increase the film’s length to two hours and 45 minutes. The original film was already fairly long when it released last December, but these new scenes will flesh it out even more. Hopefully they make for enjoyable viewing despite being deleted from the original cut.

Spider-Man: No Way Home stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker. After the events of Far From Home, he meets with Doctor Strange in an attempt to reverse the effects of his identity being exposed to the world. But in doing so, he unleashes the multiverse, bringing back old friends and foes from previous Spider-Man films.

The film stars a host of villains including Doc Ock, Green Goblin, Electro, Sandman and Lizard. It also features past versions of Spider-Man, played by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield.

The film is one of Marvel’s most successful in recent years, and it was received very positively by fans and critics alike.

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