Just after breaking the final runtime for Spider-Man: No Way Home, Collider’s Steven Weintraub shared some additional information on Twitter which adds a curious detail to its current development. There were earlier reports about a potential runtime circling around, but big-budget films sometimes cut it close with releases. Turns out, No Way Home is in no way different from other blockbusters as its final VFX shots aren’t expected to get released until next week. The latest trailer did tease quite an effects-heavy film which will require an extensive bit of work.
Of course, as Weintraub points out, this isn’t uncommon in the industry and doesn’t mean the quality will suffer. Of course, it’s not great that the people involved with the project are probably doing quite an extensive amount of overtime to great the project finished in time. Here’s hoping that the team manages to find time to take it easy afterward and can be proud of the work they put in to bring the threequel to life on the silver screen.