Spider-Man: No Way Home

We take stock of everything “new” Spider-Man: No Way Home – The More Fun Stuff Version, the extended version of Jon Watts’ Marvel movie.

Very happy to extend the success of Spider-Man: No Way HomeMarvel’s theatrical release of the extended version of the film “The More Fun Stuff Version” which, as its name suggests, has new jokes, which were initially cut during editing and therefore of little interest, to be offered to the public. So the Large Screen took its courage with both hands to explore the additional ten minutes scattered in the feature film.

THE SPIDER-MEN

One of the main changes in this new version is its introduction, where Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire participated in a zoom meeting and thanks to the fans for their support and acceptance of the film (now that their presence is no longer a secret). The sequence ends with Tom Holland and Tobey Maguire telling Andrew Garfield that they love him. If it’s really not cute.

New shots and dialogues are also added before the final battle against the group of villains, the three superheroes discussing their passing on the web – especially the operation of Peter de Maguire – and their career. Andrew Garfield’s Spidey says he wishes he had done some things differently and Maguire says he wishes he had a second chance. Andrew Garfield then offered to take back their phone number after the fight to keep in touch.

Spider-Man: No Way Home: photo, Andrew Garfield“We’re all in this together”

Damage control

The Damage Control interrogation scene at the beginning of the film was also extended. Agent Cleary (Arian Moayed) asks Peter to explain the events of Uli, specifically the ferry and Washington Monument incident, where Peter replied that Spider-Man never meant to cause any harm. Aunt May’s (Marisa Tomei) passage took longer, the latter complaining about her prison conditions.

By extension, Matt Murduck (Charlie Cox) also has a scene. Happy (Jon Favreau) hires him as a lawyer after Damage Control asks him if he had anything to do with the Stark Industries heist. During his interrogation, Happy is distracted by a notification from his phone telling him that the bad guys, May and Peter are in his apartment. Matt then asks her to stop sweating so much, revealing another one of her extreme feelings.

Before that, the public was treated to a new shot where Peter, Aunt May, Electro, Doctor Octopus, Norman Osborn and the Sandman are in an elevator. The excitement reached its peak.

Spider-Man: No Way Home: photo, Charlie CoxWhile waiting for the Disney + series, we are satisfied with the crumbs

PETER PARKER IS DRUNK

Another addition is a cameo by Harry Holland, Tom Holland’s younger brother. Thus he plays a thief captured by Spider-Man at the beginning of the film, which attracts passers-by who begin to debate his age, the merits of his actions and even think that he is associated with the thief. Valve is mostly based on its meta aspect, Tom Holland swears not to know his brother (which he disputes) before being splashed with green paint by another passerby.

The extended version also adds a few short scenes and lines of dialogue as Peter returns to school. There are in particular a scene of harassment occurred in his gym class. Coach Wilson (Hannibal Buress), who hates Spider-Man, and other students push him to climb a gymnasium wall, which he does before being taunted and insulted.

The More Fun Stuff Version also gives J. Jonah Jameson (JK Simmons) new short lines, such as when he asks an electrician to testify in his performance about the damage caused to Spider-Man during his fight against Electro and the Sandman where he had to destroy the power line. The electrician described the superhero’s enemies, but Jameson did not believe him and asked him if he had been drinking.

JK Simmons: PhotoHe still hasn’t digested the cancellation of Batgirl

Midtown News

The longest, but not the most important, are the additions that concern Betty Brant (Angourie Rice) reportswho interviews students like Flash Thompson (Tony Revolori) and Ned (Jacob Batalon), but also teachers, like Mr. Harrington, Coach Wilson and Mr. Dell he asked about what they thought. “Mysterio’s plans“. He also asked Peter what he would say to the spider that bit him if he could talk to him. Peter replied that he would thank him for giving him these powers. All without any drugs.

Spider-Man: No Way Home: photo, Angourie RiceThe real star of this new version

Finally, the last big change happens during the post-credits scene. Instead of showing the trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madnessthe scene is a montage by Betty Brant of photos and videos taken during their high school years. It recounts the events of Uli (with a look at Liz’s character played by Laura Harrier) and away from home, but Peter is nowhere to be seen, everyone has forgotten his existence. This is perhaps the most important and least funny addition to any new version, as it intensifies the bittersweet and nostalgic note on which the story ends. So we can say that The More Fun Stuff Version saved the best for last, even if you have to endure more than 2h30 film before.

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