Spider-Man: No Coming Home exceeded expectations when it premiered in 2021. The trio achieved huge box office success while also providing one of Marvel’s most memorable moments when the trio of Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and the respective Spider-Man by Tom Holland have united against a group of multi-versal villains.
No coming homeThe success of was unprecedented due to the fact that it happened during the pandemic. As a result, Sony Pictures is set to continue the hype for the MCU trio as it is confirmed that they will be releasing an extended version of the film.
The upcoming re-release is dubbed the “funnier version”, which includes 11 minutes of additional footage. Marketing has been ramping up for the extended cut, and now a brand new clip has been revealed online.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Villains Are In The Spotlight
Sony Pictures has officially released a short new teaser for Spider-Man: No Coming HomeThe theatrical re-release of, featuring a new look at a deleted scene involving the main threequel villains.
The 15-second clip featured Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus, Willem Dafoe’s Norman Osborn, Jamie Foxx’s Electro, Thomas Hayden Church’s Sandman, Marisa Tomei’s Aunt May and Tom Holland’s Peter Parker in an elevator before go to Happy’s condo.
The clip can be seen below:
Will the villains of No Way Home get more screen time?
After Sony Pictures released an extended trailer that revealed no new footage, it looks like the studio is catching up by slowly revealing more scenes that will be included. A trailer already featured new scenes from Tom Holland’s Peter Parker and Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man and this latest clip has further added to the anticipation surrounding the “Funnier Version” of the film.
It’s unclear if the theatrical re-release will give villains such as Doctor Octopus and Green Goblin more screen time other than this 15-second clip. It’s possible that more Spider-Man enemy scenes will be featured to add more complexity to their story.
Since Maguire’s Spider-Man and Willem Dafoe’s Norman Osborn didn’t interact in the original cut, a scene between the two characters could end up in the re-release. Doing this would give the pair some kind of closure while paying homage to their rivalry in the first Spider Man film.
Another villain-centric scene Sony may include could revolve around Alfred Molina’s Otto Octavius. A scene showing Otto’s realization that he could all three Spider-Men fight off the villains of the Statue of Liberty would be a nice addition.
Spider-Man: No Coming HomeThe extended cut of is set to premiere in theaters on Friday, September 2.