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Spider-Man: No Way Home Script is Now Available to Read Online

Spider-Man: No Way Home has become a huge success at the box office thanks to the positive responses from the general audience with some of them even rewatching it multiple times in the theaters. Even though it's been more than a month since it was released, it is still leading the box office charts and breaking several records. While you still can't watch the film in the comfort of your home, there is now a way for you to revisit it.

The full script for Spider-Man: No Way Home is now available to read online which you can access here via Deadline. You can revisit the events of the film by taking a look at the 182-page script penned by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers starting from the very first scene where the entire world found out that Peter Parker is Spider-Man thanks to J. Jonah Jameson's doctored video (continuing the events of Far From Home) up until the last scene where Spider-Man is swinging all over New York City during Christmas time. However, the mid-credits scene involving Tom Hardy's Venom is not included.

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Since the film is not out yet on VOD, physical media, or in any streaming services, this is a way for you to at least revisit the film at your home by reading the script. It didn't have any revelations since it is exactly like the film, but it is interesting how they wrote the details of the returning characters such as when they referred to Andrew Garfield as Webb-Verse Peter and Tobey Maguire as Raimi-Verse Peter. The script was published online as the film is currently campaigning for awards consideration.

It is awesome that the No Way Home script is now available to read online so that fans can take a look at it and see what their favorite moments look like on the pages as well as revisit it as they wait for it to be available on streaming. For sure, a lot of fans will be reading it.

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You can also still watch Spider-Man: No Way Home which is still showing in theaters everywhere. There is no date yet for its home video and streaming releases.

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