We are now a just week ahead of Marvel’s mega release Spider-Man: Far From Home in theaters.
Fans have already booked their seats and planned with their moviegoing buddies.
Moreover, Marvel has also released Avengers: Endgame’s re-release this week. So, fans have been anxious to see how the latest MCU flick will pave the way for Phase 4.
Far From Home runtime revealed
We all know Endgame was a bit lengthy, but the new update over the latest release will bring a smile on your faces.
Now just before the official release, the official runtime of the movie is revealed. According to the British Board of Film Classification, the next adventure for Tom Holland’s Spider-Man clocks in at 129 minutes, or two hours and nine minutes.
The earlier released Spider-Man: Homecoming had a runtime of 133 minutes, a little longer than upcoming and in the middle of the rest of the MCU pack.
The Two hours plus runtime can see the development for both Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio and a post-Tony Stark Spider-Man, who looks to be doing battle with the otherworldly Elementals.
This also means Spider-Man Far From Home is almost an hour shorter than Avengers Endgame.
Of course, this isn’t too surprising since the latter was a climatic crossover epic and the newer Spider-Man is summer blockbuster like the Ant-Man.
Looking at past Spider-Man flicks, the longest runtime was that of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 at 142 minutes, with shortest, with the shortest being 2002’s Spider-Man, clocking in at 121 minutes.
Surprisingly, this news confirms a recent theory that the total runtime of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be 3000 minutes, as Spider-Man: Far From Home’s runtime takes it up to that number.
That’s more than likely a coincidence (“I love you, 3000” was included in Avengers: Endgame because that’s what one of Robert Downey Jr.’s children says to him) but it’s still very interesting.
The end of Phase 3..
Spider-Man: Far From Home closes the gate of Phase 3 officially and will open the doors for Phase 4.
It will reveal how MCU is going after the tragic events of Endgame and Infinity Wars. Peter Parker aka Spider-Man is shown mourning the loss of his mentor after Tony sacrificed himself for the world.
Plus, Tom Holland’s character been nothing but dust for the previous five years. The movie’s early reception is overwhelmingly positive, so so the fandom should be excited about its impending release.
Opening up July 2, director Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: Far From Home, expected to earn $120 million in its opening weekend. It is already expected to have a large opening weekend, possibly beating out Homecoming.