Spider-Man: No Way Home with extended edition gets a theatrical release date in India.
No Way Home's new promo reveals more Spider-Man footage
Spider-Man: No Way Home will reportedly be re-released in India with new 11-minute footage (that was not there in the original version, which was 148 minutes long).
The MCU film was notable for utilising the multiverse concept by casting former Spider-Man actors such as Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield to play various iterations of the web-slinging superhero.
No Way Home, featuring Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Alfred Molina, Willem Dafoe, and Jamie Foxx, was a massive success and grossed over Rs 200 crore, in India alone. The film will return to theatres on September 2, and the announcement was made by the officials at Sony Pictures India.
A 30-second trailer is out, featuring random clips from the theatrical release.
The statement reads, “After the humongous success of Spider-Man in Spider-Man: No Way Home in 2021, Sony Pictures Entertainment India announces the re-release of the blockbuster superhero film with all-new additional footage on 2nd September, across theatres in India.”
Spider-Man, directed by John Watts, is one of the most loved characters from Marvel and now fans are all excited to see the new fun version!
Previously, OTTplay had reported the extended cut would play in the US and Canada, with more countries to be announced.
The third instalment of the series was released worldwide on December 17 and received a positive response from the audience. No Way Home grossed approximately $1.8 billion worldwide, making it the sixth highest-grossing film of all time.
In 2021, James Cameron's revolutionary sci-fi epic Avatar reclaimed the title of highest-grossing film in history, with $2.802 billion worldwide, after Avengers: Endgame usurped it in 2019. Disney plans to re-release Avatar in theatres on September 23, in anticipation of the sequel The Way of Water.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is currently available on Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD, and digital, reported Variety.