The ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Runtime Makes it 1 of the Longest MCU Movies

Spider-Man: No Way Home viewers should get cozy in their theaters because they’re going to be there for quite a while. Tickets for the final installment in the Tom Holland movie trilogy went on sale on Nov. 29, and multiple theater websites confirmed Spider-Man: No Way Home’s lengthy runtime. In fact, the movie has made it into the top 5 longest Marvel Cinematic Universe entries ever made. So, exactly how long is Spider-Man: No Way Home, and how does that compare to other films?

Spider-Man: No Way Home star Tom Holland smiles at a press conference
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What are the longest movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

With more than 25 movies in the MCU, there’s quite a range in runtimes. Some films, like Thor: The Dark World, clock in at just under two hours. Meanwhile, other installments have made it up to three hours. Avengers: Endgame has notoriously become the longest movie in the MCU, with a runtime of three hours and two minutes. Given the movie’s epic nature, many fans actually thought three hours was surprisingly short.

Coming in second place is Avengers: Infinity War, which clocks in at two and a half hours. Again, this was a pretty big installment for the MCU since it included the Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange, and more. A crossover like that needs quite a lot of screentime.

In third place, we have a newer Marvel movie: Eternals. Released in early November, the superhero film has a runtime of two hours and 37 minutes.

The ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ runtime puts it in 4th place

Spider-Man: No Way Home now has the title of the 4th longest movie in the MCU, pushing Captain America: Civil War down to the 5th spot. As Digital Spy reported, “various [ticket] outlets” have given Spider-Man: No Way Home a runtime of 148 minutes, or two and a half hours.

For comparison, No Way Home is much longer than the previous two Spider-Man movies. Far From Home clocked in at two hours and 10 minutes, while Homecoming ran for two hours and 13 minutes.

Director Jon Watts previously told Empire Magazine that he nicknamed the new film Spider-Man: Endgame because of how epic it is, so the runtime makes sense. If we’re really comparing it to Endgame, 148 minutes might even seem too short for Spidey’s adventure.

“We’re definitely trying to be ambitious,” he said.

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ tickets are on sale now

Eager fans can grab tickets to Spider-Man: No Way Home at their local theaters now. The movie has already seen a high demand for tickets, which means it will likely have a great box office turnout. As CNBC reported, many box office websites crashed “within minutes” of the ticket sales launch from the amount of traffic.

Spider-Man: No Way Home arrives in theaters on Dec. 17. The movie sees Peter Parker learn what it means to be Spider-Man after his superhero identity was revealed in the last installment.

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