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Spider-Man: Far From Home Movie Leaked Two Days After Release

The latest installment of the Spider-Man: Homecoming series — Spider-Man: Far From Home just got released in China, Hong Kong, and Japan. A couple of days later, the movie was leaked on various torrent websites and piracy networks.

As per the latest report, it is suggested that the new Spider-Man movie was leaked on Sunday at around 4 pm IST on a couple of torrent websites.

The first pirated version of the movie is around 1GB in size, followed by two more versions, both being 2.5GB in size. The following two versions of the movie came with Chinese subtitles.

However, the leaked versions of the Spider-Man movie lack clarity as they were recorded with a handheld camera. Even the audio quality isn’t clear enough for anyone to understand things.

We also checked for ourselves and the movie is currently available on torrent sites.

In addition to this, the leaked movie has a duration of 1 hour and 54 minutes, which is less than the actual run-time of 2 hours 9 minutes, suggesting that the leaked Spider-Man: Far From Home movie has missing scenes in it.

As a reminder, Spider-Man: Far From Home earned around $111 million on the opening weekend. The movie will be released in the UK and the US on Tuesday, followed by its release in India, Australia, Germany, Russia, and the UAE on Thursday, this week.

Check out the official trailer for the movie:

As a piece of advice, go to the nearest theatre to watch it and avoid piracy!

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