‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ is still mounting some of its scenes with special effects

According to a recent leak, ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ would last 148 minutes and a second, almost two and a half hours that are now confirmed by the hand of Collider. And it is that according to this website it indicates that the next film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe definitely lasts 150 minutes nailed (including the credits).

This North American medium claims to be based on reliable sources when it announces a duration that would place this new Spidey adventure, starring Tom Holland and Zendaya, at the head of the current trilogy led by Spider-Man.

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’, the first solo Spider-Man movie within the MCU, lasted two hours and 13 minutes; and ‘Spider-Man: Far from home’, second installment, two hours and nine minutes. ‘No Way Home’ would thus be the longest, slightly surpassing ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ (2 hours and 29 minutes) and hot on the heels of ‘Eternals’ (2 hours and 37 minutes).

Still from touch-ups

Another journalist from the aforementioned medium who has announced the definitive duration of ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’, adds through Twitter that the film would continue in post-production. Steven Weintraub assures that, Although the film opens in theaters on December 16, there are scenes that are still being retouched.

Thus, in the absence of a little less than two weeks, ‘No Way Home’ would continue in the editing room working on the sequences most loaded with special effects. “Here I comment on a piece of news from ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ that we have not included in the article”, starts Weintraub.

The movie is not finished yet. The final visual effects shots won’t be ready for delivery until early next week.. They will be fair in this case, something that happens a lot with large productions. In fact, the definitive duration was not known until recently “.


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