‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ returns to theaters with the extended version and a very relevant post-credits scene

The third installment of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man is re-released tomorrow, September 23, in Spanish cinemas.

The highest grossing film of 2021 returns to theaters. Spider-Man: No Way Home is re-released in theaters tomorrow, September 23, in style. The film starring Tom Holland and Zendaya returns with impressive news: unpublished scenes and a very relevant post-credits, that will not leave fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (UCM) indifferent.

Spider-Man: No Way Home caused a sensation among viewers for several reasons, but the main ones were the return of Charlie Cox, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire; who returned playing their characters from Matt Murdock / Daredevil and their respective Peter Parker. However, this revival brings a shocking fact that you should not miss.

The return to theaters of the film directed by Jon Watts includes a very revealing new post-credits scene. Since the beginning of September you can already enjoy the re-release of the film in the United States and, according to various media, the new scene explains how the spell cast by Stephen Strange/Doctor Strange works (Benedict Cumberbatch).

Spider-Man: No Way Home takes place right after what happened at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home when Quentin Beck/Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) reveals Spider-Man’s identity and calls him a murderer. Now that everyone knows that the one who hides behind the mask is Peter Parker, the personal and professional life of the protagonist is complicated. Parker seeks Doctor Strange’s help to fix it, but he casts a spell that goes awry and opens the door to the multiverse, bringing in villains from other worlds. To defeat them, Holland’s Spider-Man asks for the help of his counterparts from other worlds to face all the enemies. And Strange casts the spell again, now good.

The new post-credits scene delves into how Cumberbatch’s character’s new spell has worked. Betty Brant (Angourie Rice) goes out as a reporter before graduation. Images of the course appear on the screen during their time at the institute and also the trip they made to Europe in Spider-Man: Far from home. In them, Peter Parker does not appear anywhere.

If you had a great time watching Spider-Man: No Way Home or you want to enjoy it for the first time, you have the opportunity to go to theaters to see the film starring Tom Holland starting on September 23.

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