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Spider-Man: No Way Home Runtime Reportedly Revealed

Spider-Man: No Way Home Runtime Reportedly Revealed

With just a few weeks remaining till the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, the anticipation is at an all-time high. Unarguably the most ambitious movie to come from Marvel Studios after the Infinity Saga, No Way Home will officially explore the multiverse on the big screen.

With big names like Alfred Molina and Jamie Foxx confirmed to return and reprise their old roles from the previous Spider-Man movies, it is only a matter of time before Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield officially make their appearance as the friendly neighborhood web-slingers to team up with Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. Unsurprisingly, both Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have been trying their level best to keep everything under the wraps considering that Spider-Man: No Way Home is arguably one of the biggest tentpole blockbusters of this year. Nonetheless, prior to its release, a recent report has emerged that sheds light on the movie’s runtime.

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According to a recent Twitter post, the runtime of Spider-Man: No Way Home stands at 2 hours 39 minutes (159 minutes) which puts it behind Avengers: Endgame that stands at 3 hours 2 minutes (182 minutes) and just ahead of Eternals which has a runtime of 2 hours 37 minutes (157 minutes).

While a longer runtime might sound cumbersome for a few fans, but considering the depth and magnitude that Marvel wishes to explore in No Way Home, it surely sounds like an ideal runtime for a movie studded with so many different characters. However, we suggest taking this information with a grain of salt as no official confirmation has yet been released by either Marvel Studios or Sony Pictures. Here’s the tweet:

Earlier this week, it was also reported that the delay in releasing the second and final trailer of Spider-Man: No Way Home is stemming from the differences between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures regarding the usage of Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire in the trailer.

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Written by Akash Senapati

Akash is an India-based writer who has previously worked with Quirkybyte and Xtrascoop. He loves DC Comics, Anime, Pink Floyd, and sleeping in no particular order. His favourite graphic-medium writers are Grant Morrison, Chris Claremont, Christopher Priest, Garth Ennis, and Eiichiro Oda. Prep time > Aliens.