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Spider-Man: No Way Home will be re-released with additional footage in India


Marvel’s blockbuster Spider-Man: No Way Home is poised for a second run in Indian theatres after grossing over 200 crores in its opening weekend. Sony Picture India said on Monday that an extended version of the film will be released in English and Hindi theatres in September. The re-release of the film will include footage that was not included in the original theatrical version.

Sony Pictures Entertainment and Marvel Studios collaborated on the creation of Spider-Man: No Way Home, which was a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Sony’s India division issued the following statement: “After the huge success of Spider-Man in Spider-Man: No Way Home in 2021, Sony Pictures Media India now announced the re-release of Spider-Man the blockbuster superhero film with brand-new additional footage on September 2 across India.”

In addition to sharing the film’s new poster on social media, the company announced that the film will also be released in Hindi. However, several fans were disappointed that Tamil and Telugu versions of the film were being released. “Why not release it in Tamil?” asked one fan.Someone else wrote, “Telugu dub required.” Originally released in 2021, the film was dubbed in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada.

However, many fans expressed delight at the film’s expanded cut’s release in theatres. “I will definitely see it again in the theatre,” remarked one devotee. Numerous fans began to inquire about the film’s early ticket sales. This information has not yet been disclosed by the studio.

In Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man: No Way Home, which starred Tom Holland in his third solo picture as the character, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield reprised their roles as Spider-Man from prior films. The film was a worldwide smash hit, grossing nearly $1.9 billion globally. The film grossed 260 crores ($32 million) in India alone, more than any other Indian film released that year.

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