The film will be re-releasing with a new four-minute long action sequence on August 29 in theatres in the United States and Canada, reports Variety.
The superhero movie had its fair share of success, becoming Sony Pictures highest-grossing film moving past $1.109 billion globally over the weekend. But makers are hoping to get the fans back to cinema with a brand-new action scene.
This joint-venture of Sony Pictures and Marvel is also the first Spider-Man film to hit the $1 billion mark and become the fourth highest-grosser of 2019.
Previously, Disney re-introduced Avengers: Endgame to cinemas with new footage to break Avatar’s record and was successful in doing so. This move helped the film’s initial earning of $2.74 billion worldwide to climb up to $2.7902 billion making it the biggest movie in history