Spider-Man: Far From Home Extended Cut Re-Releasing In Theaters, First Poster Out
The film is returning to theaters to rake in more money.
Spider-Man: Far From Home just passed a billion dollars at the box-office but that’s not enough. After all, why settle for $1 billion when you can get more. Taking a cue from Avengers: Endgame, Sony is releasing Far From Home to theaters again in an “extended cut”. The re-release will feature a 4-minute action scene that was cut from the original movie. Sony is also doing some promotional work with the release and has outed a poster for the extended cut, which you can check out below.
The good thing is, the Spider-Man: Far From Home extended cut at least promises to show something that could play into the movie’s story. In contrast, Endgame released with unfinished scenes and a prologue to provide new material for the sake of providing new stuff. The poster itself is also impressive, contrasting the Iron-Spider with his stealth suit, also hinting that the scene in question could be the one where Spider-Man thwarts a bank robbery, as seen in the trailers. The tiny amount of buzz should help Sony rake in a few million dollars before it makes its way to Blu-Ray.
This could also be the last time for fans to catch Spider-Man interacting with MCU characters. The last week has been disappointing for Spidey fans in lieu of the Sony-Disney separation and Spider-Man’s subsequent exit from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He is instead set to (most likely) crossover with Venom in a future installment.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is currently running in limited theaters worldwide, and is set to return to theaters one last time. Make sure you catch it, if you haven’t.