‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Extended Cut Ticket Sales Delayed
It was among the most anticipated theatrical events of the Labor Day weekend, fans have been curious as to whether or not the event is in jeopardy as Spider-Man: No Way Home extended cut ticket sales have officially been delayed.
It is not just one of the biggest comic book films to ever arrive in theaters. Still, it is undeniably one of the biggest films in general, as the third MCU Spider-Man film challenged just about every record and completely reconstituted what was possible in a post-pandemic market.
The film delved deep into the character of Peter Parker and really brought fans through three generations of the hero in an attempt to celebrate who he is, and what he has meant to so many people since his inception 60 years ago.
Debuting in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2016, the hero has seen three solo films in the unprecedented deal between Sony and Marvel Studios, leading to Tom Hollands’ iteration of the character that has been among the industry’s best superheroes franchises.
With all of the success that the MCU’s Spider-Man has seen since his arrival, it is easy to overlook the circumstances that abounded prior to the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home; with the COVID-19 pandemic limited what a lot of prior releases of that year had been capable of.
That didn’t stop the Spider-Man film from succeeding, however, as it quickly established itself as a massive theatrical success, with its theatrical window concluding with it being one of the most successful Domestic releases of all time.
With the More Fun Stuff version slated for release this September, many fans have been curious as to if that will still arrive as advertised, with the Spider-Man: No Way Hom extended cut ticket sales being delayed.
The Direct has recently reported Erik Davis, who stated, “UPDATE: Many of you are asking me about this today, so I looked into it. Spider-Man: No Way Home- ‘The More Fun Stuff Version’ is still coming Labor Day weekend, but the tix on-sale date has shifted.”
The statement concluded, with Davis saying, “Once we know when tix will go on sale, you all will be the first to know” which only adds to the uncertainty that fans are feeling, and just when they will be able to punch their ticket to this repackaged Spider-Man adventure.