Spider-Man No Way Home Vs The Extended Cut

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Sony brings us another brilliant Marvel movie with Spider-Man: No Way Home. It did so well among fans, that they had to bring it back with “more fun stuff,” also known as, an additional eleven minutes of footage. We get to see Tom Holland and Zendaya star in this explosive culmination to this incredible franchise of Spider-Man movies. In this video, we’re going to be giving you a side-by-side comparison of the original Spider-Man: No Way Home to the extended cut. They’ve added a plethora of great footage, including, but not limited to, Tom Holland’s brother Harry making an appearance as a burglar who may or may not be in a cahoots with Spider-Man, more banter from the hilarious three Peter Parkers, more moments with Peter’s fellow students and teachers at Midtown High, Betty Brant’s hilarious interviews with students, staff, and Peter himself, a heartwrenching line delivered by Zendaya during Peter and MJ’s emotional goodbye, an additional scene with Matt Murdock defending Happy against Agent Cleary and a team of DODC agents, a big joke inducing moment with Spider-Man cramped in Happy’s elevator with Aunt May and a tag team of supervillains, and of course, the brand new post-credits scene. We’ll be diving into everything Spider-Man: No Way Home has to offer, so stick around until the end of the video and let us know what you think of the additional moments in the extended cut of the film.

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Chapters:
00:00 Intro
00:14 The Three Peters
00:44 The Interrogation
01:09 Midtown High
01:46 The Spider-Men Hang Out
02:27 Peter & MJ’s Goodbye
03:09 The Elevator Scene
03:33 More Murdock
04:19 Betty Brant’s Interview
04:53 Alternate Lady Liberties
05:11 Flashpoint
05:29 The Post-Credits Scene
06:12 Deleted Burglar Scene
07:40 Outro

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Written by: Ace Louzon
Narrated by: Thalia Gonzalez
Edited by: Joaquín Rodríguez

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