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Comments for Marvel Is Already Changing Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire Scenes in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

Spider-Man: No Way Home

Credit: Marvel Studios/Sony Pictures

10 Comments

  1. Kyle

    Thanks for the spoilers, jerks.

    1. Justin

      What spoilers?

      1. John

        What are you talking about? The spoiler is in the freaking title…

  2. Dave

    “Marvel fans could not deal with the highly-anticipated potential comeback of Maguire’s Peter Parker from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy (2002–2007) and…”

    This is a badly run-on sentence. Also, your following text fails to explain how or why fans “could not deal”.

    You write that fans viewed the movie in a cinema but you fail to explain where they viewed the altered scenes. Was it on DVD, streaming, 3D version or at a different cinema?

    1. AlanHeller

      The other poorly written thing about this entire Article, is that it fails to specify that those Scenes are just Alternate Angles that were made Behind the Scenes of the Production.
      Aka the Scenes we got from different angles in the final product.

      They didn’t change anything in the Scenes that we got in the Movie.
      Those “changed scenes” are simply their earlier versions from different angles, that the Producers spread on internet a couple of days ago…

  3. John

    Dude… Spoiler in the title is not okay (this stuff pops up in people’s notifications) and you need to just GET. TO. THE. POINT.

  4. Agreed with other comments. This article is poorly written and the shoulder in the title is rude.

  5. Oh wow, I didn’t notice the typo in my first comment. Spoiler, not shoulder. Oops. But, you know, I’m not being paid to write this, so standards don’t need to be too high.

  6. John

    Wtf?
    Thank you for spoiler 😖

  7. Samquill

    I agree thanks for all the information to ruin it for the people that have not seen it yet. Thanks for an overall length of a article that we didn’t need. Half the blame goes to the hot shot guy that thinks he can read an article but half the blame goes to the company that takes his article and used it here.

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