Spider-Man: Far From Home’s rumored runtime


Spider-Man: Far From Home will not exceed the most recent Marvel Cinematic Universe film in runtime, but it leaves enough room for an action-packed punch to close 2019.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is the first post-Avengers: Endgame film and the last of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s productions for 2019, without anything else officially announced afterward. It will take Peter Parker and his friends around the world for a game-changing journey.

With these movie adventures, Marvel Studios usually gives ample time to tell the story. Avengers: Infinity War nearly crossed two hours, 30 minutes, while Endgame exceeded three hours, by faring making it the MCU’s longest film.

Far From Home will not approach that, but its runtime is still reasonable enough to explain what happens after the startling events of the April blockbuster. Per the British Board of Film Classification, the second film in the Tom Holland-led trilogy will run for 129 minutes, or two hours, nine minutes.

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This is hardly different from Homecoming, which ran for 133 minutes.

Other sequels to MCU origin films have runtimes of 112 minutes for Thor: The Dark World, 125 minutes for Iron Man 2,125 minutes for Ant-Man and the Wasp, 136 minutes for Captain America: The Winter Soldier and 137 minutes for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

129 minutes sits in between those films, as Marvel seemingly has its times locked in for its sequels like clockwork. They never last too long, but don’t feel short like a 90-minute production.

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Spider-Man: Far From Home releases on Tuesday, July 2, before the Independence Day weekend arrives. 129 minutes is what to expect for sitting at the theater, so will moviegoers take that time out from the middle of their week to see it?