Spider-Man: No Way Home to return to theaters with an extended version

Spider-Man: No Way Home, the highest-grossing movie so far in 2022, will have another opportunity to continue increasing its revenues. Marvel Studios announced that the feature film will return to theaters on September 2; this time with an extended version, exclusive to the United States and Canada.

What about the other territories? According to Disney, they will soon announce others that will join the list. However, it is not known if the company’s intention is to keep the same date for the rest of the countries.

September 2 is a strategic day for the Mickey Mouse company, specifically in the U.S. Why? It is the Friday that kicks off the Labor Day celebrations (first Monday in September), so many American families tend to go to movie theaters to enjoy part of the long weekend. Surely many people will want to go to enjoy the new scenes from

Disney knows very well that these holidays are a tremendous boost at the box office for any feature film; even more so if they belong to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Want an example? A good part of the economic success of Top Gun: Maverick is due to the fact that it took advantage of the Memorial Day vacation. In fact, it became the highest-grossing film in history during that holiday. Will Spider-Man: No Way Home do the same on Labor Day? Don’t be surprised…

In the case of the U.S., ticket reservations will once again open on August 9. To promote the re-release, they have shared a curious spot with the three main protagonists of Spider-Man: No Way Home: Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland:

It should be noted that this is not the first time Marvel Studios has bet on a re-release. In 2019 they did the same with Avengers: Endgame. The move was aimed at surpassing James Cameron’s Avatar and becoming the highest-grossing film of all time. Unfortunately, the added scenes left much to be desired for the vast majority of the audience. Hopefully with Spider-Man: No Way Home they actually have some interesting material to show.

Right now, Spider-Man: No Way Home ranks as the sixth highest grossing film in history with $1.9 billion. That is, it is 150 million behind Avengers: Infinity War, which it could easily overtake with the help of the re-release. But watch out, because Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, with $2.07 billion, is not too far behind either.

Spider-Man: No Way Home, the highest-grossing movie so far in 2022, will have another opportunity to continue increasing its revenues. Marvel Studios announced that the feature film will return to theaters on September 2; this time with an extended version, exclusive to the United States and Canada.

What about the other territories? According to Disney, they will soon announce others that will join the list. However, it is not known if the company’s intention is to keep the same date for the rest of the countries.

September 2 is a strategic day for the Mickey Mouse company, specifically in the U.S. Why? It is the Friday that kicks off the Labor Day celebrations (first Monday in September), so many American families tend to go to movie theaters to enjoy part of the long weekend. Surely many people will want to go to enjoy the new scenes from

Disney knows very well that these holidays are a tremendous boost at the box office for any feature film; even more so if they belong to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Want an example? A good part of the economic success of Top Gun: Maverick is due to the fact that it took advantage of the Memorial Day vacation. In fact, it became the highest-grossing film in history during that holiday. Will Spider-Man: No Way Home do the same on Labor Day? Don’t be surprised…

In the case of the U.S., ticket reservations will once again open on August 9. To promote the re-release, they have shared a curious spot with the three main protagonists of Spider-Man: No Way Home: Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland:

It should be noted that this is not the first time Marvel Studios has bet on a re-release. In 2019 they did the same with Avengers: Endgame. The move was aimed at surpassing James Cameron’s Avatar and becoming the highest-grossing film of all time. Unfortunately, the added scenes left much to be desired for the vast majority of the audience. Hopefully with Spider-Man: No Way Home they actually have some interesting material to show.

Right now, Spider-Man: No Way Home ranks as the sixth highest grossing film in history with $1.9 billion. That is, it is 150 million behind Avengers: Infinity War, which it could easily overtake with the help of the re-release. But watch out, because Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, with $2.07 billion, is not too far behind either.

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