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Spider-Man: No Way Home Will Debut In This Country Before The U.S.

Spider-Man's third solo outing (that definitely won't be solo) is getting so close we can practically smell the web fluid. With a trailer set to be revealed this week and talk of not just multiple wall-crawlers but a devil being thrown into the mix, "Spider-Man: No Way Home" is at risk of sending us all into complete fandomonium. It's this cause for concern that begs the question of just how we're going to handle sitting in theatres when Tom Holland reprises his role as everyone's friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. How many rumors that have been stewing for months will turn out to be total nonsense? How many former Spidey film stars are actually returning?

The answers to all these questions and more will be available to U.S. audiences when "Spider-Man: No Way Home" arrives in cinemas on December 17. However, as revealed this week, it turns out that some Web-Slinger fans are going to get a head start following the news that Holland's impending threequel is going to arrive two whole days earlier, just across the pond.

No Way Home will arrive two days earlier in U.K.

As is often the case with some big box office entries, "Spider-Man: No Way Home" will be arriving on British shores days before its worldwide release. Set to swing into cinemas on December 15 as confirmed by Digital Spy, it'll see a whole 48 hours where U.K. fans can wallow in glee over being able to confirm if that really is Charlie Cox's elbow in the interrogation room.

While it's nothing new for Sony to follow this tactic (they had fan screenings for "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" in the U.K. before release), it's a huge risk to take alongside Marvel revealing one of this year's most anticipated films, which is wrapped in so much mystery. Keeping this in consideration, it might be worth finally adding a few keywords to your mute list on Twitter in that risky time slot. Alternatively, you could take the perfectly rational move of simply burying your phone until you see the film for yourself. Better to be safe than sorry, right?