‘Spider-Man’ fans ‘beaten’ in melee for ‘No Way Home’ tickets

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The final Spidey controversy erupts over “Spider-Man: No Way Home” premiere tickets.

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Excited fans, hoping to get tickets, started a brawl at a theater in Cuernavaca, Mexico, According to the Spanish newspaper Diario de Morelos, which posted a video of the uncontrolled chaos that erupted.

On “Spider Monday,” fans flocked to buy tickets for the much-anticipated film, only to have sites crash and tensions rise over the Marvel movie.


Concerns about securing tickets spread beyond the online ticketing realm, with overzealous fans throwing punches in Cuernavaca, which is just south of Mexico City.

Moviegoers were “beaten” at the theater by “young people” who line up for a pre-sale of “Spider-Man: No Way Home”. Diario de Morelos tweeted in Spanish,

In the video, disgruntled fans kicked, punched and even slammed others to the ground over pre-sale tickets. While the full circumstances of the feud were not disclosed, the video clip garnered over a million views on social media.

The clash took place at a theater in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
Facebook / Dario de Morelos

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” follows Peter Parker, played by Tom Holland, after his identity is revealed, prompting him to seek help from Dr. Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, to perform magic. And erase the incident from the public. Memory.

The film is scheduled to release on December 17 this year.


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