SPIDER-MAN NO WAY HOME Pre-Sales Crash AMC And Other Ticketing Sites
Pre-sale tickets for Spider-Man No Way Home went on sale recently and Marvel fans trying to get the perfect seat for what could possibly be the biggest crossover film in the MCU crashed AMC and other ticket sales websites overnight which included Fandango and Regal. With tickets becoming available for the film next month and the second trailer helping ticket sales reach a peak earlier this month, looks like the sites may have reached their limits.
The film is less than a month away and the film will be dropping exclusively in theaters with a marketing campaign that has fans raving, speculating, and dying of anticipation. With all the possibilities of possible crossovers and the multiverse of the verge of exploding into Spider-Man’s universe, it’s not unreasonable to see fans vying to get their hands on some tickets, not to mention it releases right around Christmas time, which if you are anything like me, Christmas day movie theater trips are tradition.
The third entry and now confirmed to not be the final entry by producer Amy Pascal will see Tom Holland‘s Peter Parker deal with the repercussions of his superhero identity being revealed by Mysterio ( Jake Gyllenhaal) to the public and with the help of Benedict Cumberbatch‘s Doctor Strange, he attempts to correct the issue by use of magic and well as we have seen in the trailers, this leads to some bigger problems looming as we see villains from previous Spider-Man entries entering the universe after the Multiverse is opened. We have gotten confirmation of some villains making an appearance and of course, there’s still tons of speculation of whether or not Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will appear and reprise their roles as Spider-Man. With all this we just don’t know what is to come in the third entry of Spider-man.
Many movie theaters either had no choice, but to hope for the best or just didn’t anticipate the demand would be this high for Spider-Man: No Way Home as fans burned the midnight oil to purchase tickets on November 29th and some fans, unfortunately, were disappointed to see that purchasing tickets became almost as difficult and purchasing a PlayStation 5 with ticketing sites going down including AMC, Fandango, and Regal all crashing. We gathered some social media posts from some of the unlucky fans below: