Only Thanos returning and trying to fight off the remaining Avengers can beat the anticipation that Tom Holland: No Way Home’s Spider-Man has created. The movie that launches the Multiverse as Benedict Cumberbatch aka Doctor Strange opens the door, brings back all the elders of the Spidey universe. Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire are among those who would also step into the lead role of Tom. But that’s not what is making the headlines today.
As Tobey and Andrew are bombarded and the latter has even finished answering them, the latest news that robs them is the length of the film. If the final reports are to pass, the final length of the film is now revealed as we speak. And to our surprise, that makes Tom Holland the fourth longest-running Marvel movie of all time. Read on to find out all you should about the same.
According to a report in Comicbook, the runtime of Spider-Man: No Way Home has been revealed. And if we believe the Big Screen Leak Twitter account, quoted by the portal, the star of Tom Holland lasts 2 hours 28 minutes. Which makes it the fourth longest Marvel movie of all time. The top three are Avengers: Endgame (3 hours and 2 minutes), Eternals (2 hours and 37 minutes), and Avengers: Infinity War (2 hours and 29 minutes).
Meanwhile, it was recently according to the same portal that Tom Holland opened up about how he thought the idea for Spider-Man: No Way Home was not going to work. “When I first pitched the idea I was like, ‘Wow, that would be great if we could pull it off,’” said Tom. “But there is no way it will work. You just won’t be able to get everyone to do what they need to do. It just won’t happen. “But it did. And that’s crazy. ”
Marvel Studios director Kevin Feige added, “I remember having discussions with Amy Pascal years ago. “Do we want to see the baddies we’ve seen before?” No, let’s do Vulture and Mysterio, and characters that we haven’t yet featured on screen. But I remember thinking, “How would you do Doc Ock again?” », Because Alfred Molina is a perfect cast. If you ever brought him back, it should be him somehow.
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