Movie“Spider-Man: No Way Home” Fans Wanted. In American cinemas, the demand for tickets in advance is so great that the shows for the first weeks of filming are completely sold out. In addition, tickets are sold online for usurious amounts of up to 25,000 US dollars (about 22,000 euros).
You’re either a big fan or not, that’s what some Americans think. The latest Spider-Man movie starring Tom Holland and Zendaya is high on the wishlist of Marvel fans around the world, but some are taking it too far. Local ticket service Fandago immediately realized that this was going to be a fall movie. Several pre-show tickets have been sold out since the Avengers: Endgame premiere. The latter film broke the world box office record soon after. Two hours after the sale went on, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” outperformed its popular predecessors “Black Widow” and “Shang-Chi”.
Marvel fans are afraid of spoilers, so a ticket for the first day of filming is in high demand. Something very desirable, as it turns out, is because movie tickets are sold here and there on eBay, for a huge profit. Prizes are up to $25,000.
The movie is so popular even before its premiere that Marvel CEO Kevin Feige fears disappointment. “The noise is too big this time,” he laughs. “I hope our fans don’t set their expectations too high and then get disappointed. I think we made a great version of it, but we didn’t expect that.”
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” can also be seen in our theaters starting December 15. The film will be released on December 17 in the United States.
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