‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Reportedly The Longest Spider-Man Film to Date
With Eternals just a week away, and Hawkeye’s two-episode premiere just on the horizon, fans are preparing for the final entry into the MCU’s Peter Parker trilogy; we no know that Spider-Man: No Way Home is reportedly the longest Spider-Man film to date.
The destruction of the multiverse has set the MCU in unprecedented directions, as all of our favorite Marvel heroes are forced to deal with the fallout of the universe-altering event.
Loki saw He Who Remains, and the TVA explore the concept of the multiverse, and what exactly has been present in the undercurrent of the entire MCU as we know it; with that unseen reality now broken open and exposed to the greater happenings of the universe.
There is perhaps no one that will be affected more than Marvel’s Peter Parker.
Spider-Man: No Way Home sees Peter and Doctor Strange attempt to undo the damage done by Quinten Beck when he used J. Jonah Jameson to unmask our favorite Web-Slinging Avenger to the world.
It is this attempt that seemingly creates a rift in the multiverse, and forces, Peter, to confront the villainy of Spier-Man variants; Villains he doesn’t know but know him all too well.
It appears that, due to all that will happen in this film, that Spider-Man: No Way Home will reportedly be the longest Spider-Man film to date!
According to a rumor posted by a Marvel insider on Twitter, The film will apparently debut at an astounding 150 minutes; which means fans can expect around 2 hours and 30 minutes of Spider-Versal awesomeness!
The runtime would not only make this the MCU’s longest Spider-Man film, but It would also be the longest Spider-Man film to date.
Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Spider-Man: Far From Home ran 2 hours and 9 minutes, and 2 hours and 13 minutes respectively.
The other Spider-Man films that can compete with Spider-Man: No Way Homes run time include The Amazing Spider-Man 2 reaching 2 hours and 22 minutes; and Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 which ran for 2 hours and 19 minutes.
What do you think about a 150 minutes MCU Spider-Man film? Are you excited for what could be Tom Hollands’ final MCU film? Let us know below!