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Spider-Man: Far From Home Returning To Theaters With New Scene

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Looks like Sony is taking a page from Disney's book and bringing Spider-Man: Far From Home back to theaters in the US and Canada starting on August 29. When it returns it is said to feature a new 4 minute action scene not seen in the original release. This news comes on the heels as the movie just this past Sunday broke $1,109 billion at the global box office making it Sony's highest grossing movie. The previous record holder was the James Bond movie Skyfall with $1,108 billion.

Will you pay to go see the movie again at the theaters just to see a new 4 minute action-scene, let us know in the COMMENTS SECTION.

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Sony always trying to cash-in on the trends that others do, but failing to understand what it is that made them successful in the first place. 

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Okay the movie was great and all, but this is redundant. It just kind of sends a bad message. With Endgame it made sense to do that, but with Far From Home? Nah. 

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Throw the extra scene on the blu-ray to encourage sales, but rereleasing it in theaters? That just looks like a greedy move to me. 

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2 minutes ago, Wearwolf said:

Throw the extra scene on the blu-ray to encourage sales, but rereleasing it in theaters? That just looks like a greedy move to me. 

yea, it should be a home release bonus, I wonder if we even get that cut on the blu ray?

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Don't see the point to be honest, didn't see the point of Endgame rereleae apart from trying to dethrone Avatar

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This better not become a constant.  It’s a cheap way to not only gain a quick buck, but it’s disrescpectful to those that actually spent money and time to get tickets that opening weekend.  I know that on home release they usually have bonus or deleted scenes, but this is so transparent it’s despicable

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I must certainly agree with the majority on this matter, whats the old saying? Lay down with Sony and wake up with flea's? or something to that effect. 

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I really liked Far From Home and I've only seen it once in the theaters.   So, I might go see it again during my extended Labor Day vacation. 

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I'm good, I already saw the movie twice and I can wait for it to be released in Blu ray.  I went for Endgame but that was more seeing that Epicness again rather than the added footage.

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