Spider-Man: Far From Home is returning to theaters with an additional four minutes of a new action scene.
Just in case you haven’t gotten enough of our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man yet this summer, his solo movie is coming back for another go. Spider-Man: Far From Home may be Sony Pictures highest grossing movie now, but the studio is going to add to the coffers with an extended cut.
It worked for Avengers: Endgame, so why not Spider-Man?
To date, Spider-Man: Far From Home has taken in $376.7 million domestically, and $732.9 million internationally for a global total of $1.109 billion. This makes it the highest grossing film ever for Sony, and, by extension, the highest grossing Spider-Man film. It is also the final film in the current agreement between Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios, but it seems unlikely that the former wouldn’t want to extend the deal now. It’s hard to say you aren’t interested in continuing when you take in that kind of money.
Keep an eye out for the extended cut of Spider-Man: Far From Home in theaters on Aug. 29.