The original version of Spider-Man: No Way Home included a Doctor Strange 2 trailer, but now it will feature an all-new scene.
Spider-Man: No Coming Home broke the box office at the end of 2021 and paved the way for this year’s slate of Marvel movies. Now the film returns to theaters with a new extended version, Spider-Man: No Way Home – The Funnest Version. While there were apparently 11 minutes of never-before-seen footage in the new version, which will help the film add to its $1.9 billion, there will also be a new post-credits scene in the film that will help look ahead to Tom Holland’s web-slinger.
Spider-Man: No Coming Home was the only Marvel Phase 4 movie that didn’t disappoint either way, with rave reviews from critics and audiences alike and that strong box office to boot. No doubt the main reason for this was the inclusion of former Spider-Man stars Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire, as well as the return of some former fan-favorite villains including Green Goblin, Doc Ock and Electro, played by other returnees. Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina and Jamie Fox respectively. Now, the new version of the film promises more footage from all of these characters and more, including this post-credits scene.
The original release of the film featured the first trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness as the final post-credits scene. Of course, now that trailer is irrelevant, so the nice people at Marvel Studios have included a brand new scene to add the icing on the cake, which follows the mid-credits scene featuring Tom Hardy’s Venom. .
What’s in Spider-Man: No Way Home’s New Post-Credits Scene?
Marvel Studios offers two types of post-credits scenes, those that add to the future of the franchise and those that are just for a little fun. Spider-Man: No Coming Home already featured one of the early types, as the mid-credits scene sees Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock in a bar in the MCU timeline, from where he’s sucked into his own world but leaves behind a little piece of Venom .
So while that might make the new post-credit scene just there for laughs, like Spider-Man: Far From Home the new scene connects directly to the end of the film and offers answers to some of the big questions fans have about Spider-Man’s future. This is all good reason for the film’s re-release, and with the box office having struggled over the past two weeks, there’s a good chance that Spider-Man: No Coming Home could be back at the top of the charts once again. Whether attendance will be enough to push the film past the $2 billion mark remains to be seen, but it certainly won’t be a surprise to see that happen.
Spider-Man: No Coming Home is back in theaters now for a limited time, so grab it while you can.