A Florida guy achieves a global world record by watching ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ 292 times.
Some Marvel Cinematic Universe moviegoers take their moviegoing seriously, but none more so than one Florida man who saw Spider-Man: No Way Home 292 times in theaters. After seeing the new Spider-Man picture for 720 hours (30 days) between December 16, 2021 and March 15, 2022, Ramiro Alanis set the Guinness World Record for “most cinema productions attended of the same film.”
Alanis had to see the movie in theaters and “independently of any other activity” to qualify for the record, according to Guinness. This meant he couldn’t look at his phone, sleep, or even go to the restroom while the movie was playing. Guinness also recommends seeing the movie from beginning to end, including the credits. Alanis, on the other hand, was well-versed in the Marvel franchise’s regular post-credit scenes as a loyal fan. Alanis had to present every ticket stub from the movie, as well as a statement from a theater attendant after each screening, indicating that he had seen the full film. He claims he saw Spider-Man: No Way Home three times in a row for three months until his theater stopped showing it.
292 Cinema Productions attended of the same Film – @SpiderManMovie— El Tigre Vengador (@agalanis17) March 15, 2022
My swing got to it’s end…🙌🏻❤️🕷
Thank you all.@TomHolland1996 @SonyPictures @jnwtts @ComicBook @GabyMeza8 #SpiderMan #SpiderManNoWayHome @MarvelStudios #marvel @GWR #TigreVengador @Zendaya #MCU #GWR #movies pic.twitter.com/GdujHslShN
Alanis attended five screenings every day for the first several weeks of the film’s release. Late-night showings were the most difficult for him, since he “had migraines after having previously watched the movie four times during the day,” he told Guinness. This isn’t the first time that Alanis has held the title. After 191 viewings of Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame, he got the prize in 2019. Before Alanis, the record belonged to an Australian woman who viewed Bohemian Rhapsody, a Queen biopic, 108 times in early 2019.
Arnaud Klein momentarily surpassed Alanis’ title in 2021 after seeing Kaamelott: First Instalment/Premier Volet 204 times. Alanis has reclaimed his world record with Spider-Man: No Way Home. Alanis informed Guinness that he opted to re-attempt the record in memory of his grandmother Juany, who died in 2019 before she could witness him set the record.
I laugh at this… Guinness World Record with #AvengersEndgame 191 times in cinemas and just broke it again with @SpiderManMovie 292 times in cinemas, @MarvelStudios wheres my invite to the @DrStrange Premiere?@Kevfeige @Russo_Brothers @asadayaz pic.twitter.com/FWDeP3TQto— El Tigre Vengador (@agalanis17) April 14, 2022
He told Guinness World Records, “She was my #1 supporter, and I want to keep the record.” Over the three months it took Alanis to establish the record, he reckons he spent roughly $3,400 on cinema tickets. Nonetheless, his contribution is insignificant in comparison to the tremendous profits generated by Spider-Man: No Way Home. The film is the sixth highest-earning film of all time, grossing more over US$1.8 billion globally at the box office.
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