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.
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).
The Batman’s second weekend only fell off by -50.7% from the previous weekend, bringing its domestic total to $238.5 million.
If we have learned anything about Spider-Man over the last sixty years, it is that he is a hard hero to keep down.
No Way Home is expected to hit nearly $704 million by the end of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, which would make it the fourth-highest movie of all-time at the domestic box office.
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.