Fans' reactions to the Spider-Man: No Way Home Extended Cut have been conflicting.

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Just in time for the Labor Day vacation, Spider-Man: No Way Home returns to theatres with additional fun content.

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In the version, which has the sarcastically named "The More Fun Stuff," Charlie Cox's Daredevil makes an appearance, Peter is shown in high school, and there is 11 minutes of brand-new Spider-Man material.

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According to reports, Spider-Man fans are divided on the issue; while some clearly like the extra sequences in the third film, others are visibly angry.

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Releasing Spider-Man-related films in theatres has become something of a habit for Sony Pictures.

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Sony republished Venom: Let There Be Carnage and Morbius this year in reaction to mocking social media campaigns before the release of No Way Home's longer cut.

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However, given its appeal and the abundance of new footage, Spider-Man: No Way Home stands out, particularly in the brand-new scenes featuring Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire's Spider-Mans.

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The decision to see The More Fun Stuff in a widescreen format ultimately comes down to the viewer's expectations for what they want to see in the expanded version.

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In cinemas right now is Spider-Man: No Way Home - The More Fun Stuff Version.

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