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You set the Guinness World Record by watching Spider-Man: No Way Home 292 times in cinemas

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A man has set the Guinness World Record by watching Spiderman: No way home for a large number of times.

Ramiro Alanis revealed he saw the Tom Holland movie 292 times in cinemas in four months.

Alanis broke the Guinness World Record for the most admissions for a film.

acc The wrapAlanis began his quest to break the record on December 16 when he attended the opening night of the Marvel blockbuster.

To make every viewing count, he wasn’t allowed to take bathroom breaks or “participate in other activities” until the credits rolled.

Theaters were required to submit a written statement to confirm Alanis had followed the rules.

According to the publication, Alanis reportedly attended up to five screenings a day and spent an estimated $3,400 on tickets (£2,610).

This isn’t the first time Alanis has broken a record. In 2019, he also set the same record while watching Avengers: Endgame 191 times.

However, in 2021, his record was beaten by Arnaud Klein, who saw the French fantasy film Kaamelott: The first chapter 204 times.

Announcing his latest record on Twitter, Alanis wrote, “My swing has run out.”

The official Guinness World Records account replied: “You can recite [the movie] word for word now?”

You can read The Independent‘s three-star rating of No way home here.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/spiderman-no-way-home-world-record-b2060609.html You set the Guinness World Record by watching Spider-Man: No Way Home 292 times in cinemas

JOE HERNANDEZ

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