Bringing in an impressive box office last year, Spider-Man: No Way Home gets another chance in cinemas with the "More Fun Stuff Version" as the re-release of the film in theaters unveils 11 minutes of additional scenes and the extended cut clip has just been dropped by Sony.
A new extended cut version promotional video has been released by Sony Pictures Entertainment for Spider-Man: No Way Home with never-before-seen scenes and it is, really, a true fan-service especially for everyone who loves the friendly neighborhood titular hero. Check the teaser above.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will come out again in theaters with the "More Fun Stuff Version" having 11 minutes of additional scenes which wasn't included in the film released last year and it will be coming out on September 2nd.
Additional scenes will include more minutes for Charlie Cox's Matt Murdock being a great lawyer for Peter Parker, and more dialogue from the two other iterations of Spider-Man, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield.
From the looks of it, it seems that most of the additional scenes would be on the first half of the movie. The scenes that didn't make it to the cut didn't alter the main storyline but it adds to the setting up of the plot of the film.
Even when there were some delays when it comes to ticket sales, Spider-Man: No Way Home "More Fun Stuff Version" has the hype as if it is the first time that the movie would be released.
Spider-Man: No Way Home deals with the events after Mysterio divulged to the public the identity of Peter Parker as Spider-Man and he approaches Doctor Strange to cast a spell that would forever change the course of the whole Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Spider-Man: No Way Home "More Fun Stuff Version" will be released in theaters on September 2, 2022.