After breaking box office records, Spider-Man: No Way Home is coming back to theatres on September 2.

After becoming one of the highest-grossing movies, Marvel is adding some new and longer scenes to keep things interesting.

Marvel calls the new version of the movie "The More Fun Stuff Version" and says it's coming out to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Spider-Man in comics.

Tickets go on sale on August 9, and Marvel is planning to announce dates for other countries "soon for their loyal fans.

The More Fun Stuff Version swings into US and Canadian movie theatres on September 2! Soon, more countries will be named.

Marvel and Sony will bring the movie back to theatres for Spider-Man’s anniversary unlike what both companies did with Morbius.

It's clear that Disney is excited to finally be able to use co-stars Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield to promote the re-release.

The More Fun Stuff version of No Way Home is currently only planned for the U.S. and Canada now  but the film's marketing team says that more countries will be announced soon.