Finally, ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Out in PH Cinemas

After Weeks of Delay, ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Out in PH Cinemas

The hotly anticipated screening of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” in the Philippines is finally happening. If you’ve managed to evade spoilers since the flick’s debut in the United States last Dec. 17 and have resisted the temptation to resort to pirated copies, congratulations!

Starring Tom Holland as the titular character, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” is the threequel to “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (2017) and “Spider-Man: Far From Home” (2019). It will follow the cliffhanger ending in “Far From Home,” where Spider-Man’s identity as Peter Parker is revealed. As Parker asks Doctor Strange’s (Benedict Cumberbatch) help to reinstate his secret identity, his former villains reemerge to sow chaos in his superhero and normal lives.






Prior to reaching the Philippine shores, “No Way Home” had a merry Christmas as it became the first movie since the pandemic to surpass US$1 billion at the global box office, a feat it achieved less than two weeks after its release!

Several theaters in Metro Manila already began pre-selling tickets to “No Way Home” in late-December. If you’re unlucky to score a pass in advance, fret not as it looks like this Marvel movie is staying in local theaters for a little while. And if this is your first time to see a movie in a theater since COVID-19, you might want to revisit these reminders:

  • Cashless transactions are encouraged.
  • Body temperatures will be taken at the entrance of the cinema.
  • Moviegoers are required to present their vaccination cards. Only fully vaccinated individuals shall be allowed to enter.
  • Face masks are required (wearing of face shields depend on the mall’s regulations).
  • Eating and drinking inside the cinema are not allowed.
  • Moviegoers need to sit two seats apart.

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