Spider-Man No Way Home to re-release in India with new additional footage | Hollywood

after earning more 200 crore in India upon release, Marvel’s blockbuster Spider-Man: No Way Home is gearing up for its second innings in theatres. In September, an expanded version of the film will release in cinemas in English and Hindi, Sony Pictures India announced on Monday. The re-release of the film will see new footage that was not previously in the theatrical cut. Read also: The strange elevator ride is seen in a Spider-Man: No Way Home deleted scene. watch

Spider-Man: No Way Home was a joint production between Sony Pictures Entertainment and Marvel Studios and part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Sony’s India division said in a statement, “Following the immense success of Spider-Man in 2021 with Spider-Man: No Way Home, Sony Pictures Entertainment India has now decided to re-release the blockbuster superhero film with all new additional footage. has announced. On September 2 in all cinemas across India.”

Sharing the new poster of the film on social media, the studio also said that the film will release in Hindi along with the original English. However, some fans were upset that the Tamil and Telugu versions of the film were releasing. A fan commented, “Why not a Tamil dub release?” Another wrote, “Need a Telugu dub.” Back in 2021, when the film originally released, it was dubbed into Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada.

However, many fans expressed happiness over the extended cut release of the film in theatres. “Definitely going to watch it again in theaters,” wrote one fan. Many fans started asking when the advance booking of the film would start. These details, whoever, have yet to be shared by the studio.

Spider-Man: No Way Home, directed by Sam Raimi, starred Tom Holland as a superhero in his third solo film, and also saw the return of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, who played protagonists in previous franchises. The film was a huge success globally, grossing over $1.9 billion worldwide. The film earned in India alone 260 crore ($32 million), more than most Indian films released that year.


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