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Exclusive: Spider-Man: No Way Home Hungers for Your Wallet, Returning to Theaters in September

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Tobey Maguire, Tom Holland, and Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

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Perhaps you recall a movie by the name of Spider-Man: No Way Home from late last year. Little indie darling that it was, it was a pretty big win for the box office to close out 2021, serving as the highest grossing movie of the year and one of the biggest box office films of all time. Unless you’re doing it for a world record, you probably have no real reason to see it in theaters again. And yet…

Come September 2nd, No Way Home’s making a second theatrical run with the “More Fun Stuff” version. This version, at least according to Marvel’s website, will come with extended and added scenes for “more Spidey,” which is just cryptic enough to make you consider shelling out for those tickets. Presumably, these are deleted scenes that weren’t packed into the film’s home release that you can pick up on physical and digital markets right now.

The point of No Way Home’s theatrical return—besides adding more money to its hoard, obviously—is meant to be a celebration of the character in both his comic and film formats. Last month, the entire Spider-Man film franchise that began with Tobey Maguire, Sam Raimi, and one beautiful song turned 20 years old. And this August will mark the 60th birthday of our original wallcrawler Peter Parker, who debuted in the pages of August 1962’s Amazing Fantasy #15. Those stars aligning perfectly means that Sony and Marvel want to commemorate the happy coincidence by making their already pretty successful 2022 even more successful. Not like anyone does much of anything on Labor Day Weekend to begin with, right?

Tickets for No Way Home’s second theatrical run will begin on August 9th. Feel like seeing the movie again with other fans, or did you get your fill all the way back in December?


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Exclusive: Berlin-based WorkMotion, an HR software startup that helps companies onboard and manage staff abroad, has raised a $50M Series B led by Canaan (FinSMEs) – TalkOfNews.com

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Berlin-based WorkMotion, an HR software startup that helps companies onboard and manage staff abroad, has raised a $50M Series B led by Canaan  —  WorkMotion, a Berlin, Germany-based HR-tech company for global employment, raised $50M in Series B funding.  —  The round was led by Canaan …


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Exclusive: Toyota Tundra Pickup, BZ4X EV Recalled for Separate Issues – CNET – TalkOfNews.com

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Toyota issued two voluntary recalls for the Tundra pickup and BZ4X EV, affecting more than 46,000 cars in the US.

Why it matters

Toyota urged BZ4X owners to not drive their cars until recall work is completed.

What’s next

The repair work will be completed free of charge, and owners will be notified in July.

Toyota announced a pair of voluntary safety recalls this week affecting two of its newest products. The 2022 Tundra pickup and 2023 BZ4X electric SUV are the subjects of two separate recalls that cover more than 46,000 vehicles in the US.

The Tundra recall concerns rear axle nuts that can loosen over time and potentially fall off. “If complete separation occurs, this can affect vehicle stability and brake performance, increasing the risk of a crash,” Toyota said in a statement. Owners of the defective trucks will be notified by the end of July, and Toyota says approximately 46,000 Tundras are affected.

The BZ4X recall is significantly smaller; Toyota says roughly 260 vehicles are involved. This one is far more serious, however. “After low-mileage use, all of the hub bolts on the wheel can loosen to the point where the wheel can detach from the vehicle,” Toyota said. It’s pretty obvious why this is not good.

In fact, Toyota says the affected BZ4X SUVs should not be driven until a fix is performed. However, “no remedy is available at this time,” Toyota said. “Until the remedy is available, any authorized Toyota dealer will pick up the vehicle and provide a loaner vehicle free of charge to the owner.”

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This recall also applies to the BZ4X’s kissin’ cousin, the Subaru Solterra. According to Reuters, about 2,600 Solterras are affected globally, though a US spokesperson said none of the EVs have been delivered to customers.

To check if your car is affected by this or any other recall, visit CNET’s how-to guide.

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