Manor College’s Upcoming Movie Night Will Set Action Fans’ Spidey-Senses Tingling

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Manor College is showing "Spider-Man: No Way Home" on an outdoor screen on Aug. 4; the on-campus event is free, with only a registration required for admittance.
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It’s a Manor-College-Marvel-movie mashup on Aug. 4, when the campus hosts an outdoor showing of Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021).

The 8 p.m. screening of the comic-book saga invites families and fans to the college’s Jenkintown campus for a free night of after-dark entertainment. The film will show outdoors, accompanied by snacks and refreshments that are also free.

To attend, Manor simply asks that audience members register beforehand.

The PG-13 film continues the Peter Parker/Spider-Man saga.

In this chapter, Parker’s hidden identity as a superhero has been revealed to the world. Parker (Tom Holland) turns to superhero Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) for help, hoping he can issue a spell to make the world forget his arachnid powers.

That plan, however, goes frightfully wrong, releasing mayhem from across the multiverse.

Any more information would be spoiler territory; however, the cast inclusion of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield from the franchise’s former installments indicate how complex things get for the world’s most famous web-slinger.

Spider-Man: No Way Home opened with a $250 million initial weekend and earned $1.9 billion worldwide during its theatrical run. Its IMDB rating is 8.3/10.

Marvel superhero fans seeing Spider Man: No Way Home for the first or tenth time will enjoy the outdoor showing at Manor College, Jenkintown, on Aug. 4.
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