When is Spider-Man coming out? Spider-Man: No Way Home run time, release date, cast rumours, and more
The latest addition to Tom Holland’s Spider-Man series has fostered enormous amounts of interest from fans around the world, with 355.5 million views on the first trailer within the first day of premiering.
Since his entry to the MCU back in 2016, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man has had two of his own title films, while also starring alongside Robert Downey Junior, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, and the rest of the MCU ensemble in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is the second Spider-Man film to come after the close of the Infinity Saga and reportedly the final one for Tom Holland’s Spider-Man.
The film follows the revelation of the world finding out Peter Parker’s true identity at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Here’s when you’ll be able to watch Spider-Man: No Way Home in cinemas – and who might be appearing on screen.
What is the runtime of Spider-Man: No Way Home?
The runtime of Spider-Man: No Way Home has been revealed to be two hours, 28 minutes.
While this is still shorter than Avengers: Endgame, the longest film in the MCU at just over three hours, it’s still a lengthy film.
Still, judging from the amount of characters rumoured to be packed in, a lengthy runtime is only to be expected.
When does Spider-Man: No Way Home come out in the UK?
Spider-Man: No Way Home is due to be released on December 17th in the UK.
Stars and crew are keeping remarkably quiet about anything to do with the movie, with the teaser trailer dropping with almost no warning in August 2021.
When did Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets go on sale?
Tickets for Spider-Man: No Way Home went on sale in the UK on Monday November 29th.
Many fans took to Twitter to complaining about long waiting times, and some even couldn't buy tickets for their preferred date and time.
As a result, resale tickets have started popping up selling for as much as £25,000 in some cases.
Will Spider-Man: No Way Home be delayed?
Marvel has delayed all of its 2022 releases and many 2023 releases due to rising Covid-19 infections in several countries around the world.
This has even had a knock-on effect on Spider-Man: No Way Home, with the release date being pushed back to January 2023 in some markets.
At the moment, it seems that Japan and the Philippines will get the latest Spider-Man movie on January 7th.
Still, the release date will stay the same for the US and Europe, where the bulk of the box office takings are expected to be generated.
Is Tobey Maguire in Spider-Man: No Way Home?
Rumours have been flying about who’s actually in the Spider-Man: No Way Home cast.
Of course, Tom Holland is confirmed, alongside other familiar faces like Zendaya as MJ, Jacob Batalon as Ned, and Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange.
However, many fans believe that we will see past Spider-men return to the screen in their skintight suits once again.
Long-term Spidey fans will know that Tom Holland is the third iteration of the web-slinging superhero.
Before him, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield both took their turns playing the iconic role.
Some of the villains from their eras have been shown to appear in the upcoming film.
So far, Alfred Molina is confirmed to be reprising his role as Doc Ock from Tobey Maguire’s era, and Jamie Foxx as Electro from Andrew Garfield’s time in the role.
More villains have been hinted at as well, including a tiny figure of the Green Goblin in the official film poster that was released on November 8th.
However, there’s not yet confirmation as to whether William Dafoe will be returning to the role of the Green Goblin this time round.
With the return of their villains, rumours have been flying as to whether Mr Maguire and Mr Garfield will also be back, but both are refusing to confirm their involvement in the movie.
Another important mention is the return of J.K. Simmons, a Spider-Man favourite who will once again be following Spider-Man’s exploits as J. Jonah Jameson.
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