According to the official Spider-Man: No Way Home Twitter account, Spider-Man: No Way Home: The More Fun Stuff Version will debut in the United States and Canada on September 2.
If you thought that Morbius fans were satisfied with a one weekend return of the meme and hashtag bonanza known as Sony Pictures’ Morbius, think again!
Although many on social media were happy to proclaim that “Morbin’ Time” was back this weekend, only a small amount of Morb-Maniacs made their way to the theater to say goodbye.
Watts, the architect and director of the last three Spider-Man films for Disney/Sony, decided he was not ready to tackle another time-consuming Marvel property which could very well turn into a trilogy (if done right this time).
While fan and critical reactions to Morbius have been weaker than a vampire in daylight, the long-delayed film led the box office with an estimated $40.8 million.
Spider-Man: No Way Home added another $52.7 million over New Year’s weekend, and more impressively, crossed the $600 million mark in domestic ticket sale.