Spider-Man: No Way Home extended version, New footage of 13 minutes

Spider-Man: No Way Home is a movie labeled as “The More Fun Stuff Version.” of Marvel Studios and Sony’s collaboration for another solo movie starring Tom Holland proved to be an fantastic success. Not only did Spider-Man: No Way Home construct on Holland’s arc in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, however it additionally served as a huge crossover with past Spider-Man actors Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. With glowing critical opinions and a rapturous reaction from audiences, Spider-Man: No Way Home have become one of the most important movies ever: climbing to the box office’s 6th spot of all time with $1.9 billion.

Since Spider-Man: No Way Home already had a lengthy runtime to deal with its huge story, it was assumed that not a lot was left on the cutting room floor of the 2-hour and 28-minute movie. Sony proved otherwise when it announced Spider-Man: No Way Home – The More Fun Stuff Version as a unique re-launch coming to theaters after the movie’s home video debut. The new cut was announced to incorporate kind of 13 mins of new footage sprinkled at some point of the movie, pushing the runtime to 2 hours and 41 mins.

Spider-Man: No Way Home’s extended cut has a lot of variations from the original cut and additions through including deleted sequences back into the movie. These moments range from smaller jokes to conversations between Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire, and Andrew Garfield. There is even a new introduction and post-credits scene.

The first huge change for Spider-Man: No Way Home’s extended cut is that Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire, and Andrew Garfield together introduce the More Fun Stuff Version. Holland opens up the conversation over Zoom through thanking the enthusiasts for their incredible support and reaction to the movie. Garfield then says he is grateful for the movie, while Maguire says his Spider-Man return was a beautiful experience to be part of. Spider-Man: No Way Home – The More Fun Stuff Version’s opening concludes after Holland and Maguire subsequently inform Garfield they love him, with the latter announcing it is about time.

Damage Control Questions Spider-Man About Homecoming

The first new scene in Spider-Man: No Way Home’s extended cut comes when Damage Control interrogates Peter Parker. Agent Cleary is shown in  brief moments asking Peter for information on what passed off at the ferry and on the Washington Monument throughout Spider-Man: Homecoming. Peter does his great to provide an explanation for what passed off and that Spider-Man did not intend to cause any harm or put people in harm’s way.

Aunt May Argues With Damage Control

Spider-Man No Way Home Aunt May Damage Control Interrogation Damage Control is on the middle of another Spider-Man: No Way Home – The More Fun Stuff Version difference, as Aunt May’s interrogation is a lot longer this time. She and Agent Cleary pass back and forth about her being detained and the unfair treatment. May even mentions that that is far from the first time she has been arrested. It offers Aunt May more fight in her conversation, as the unique cut only indicates Cleary threatening May with taking away her custody of Peter without any of the build-up.

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