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Spider-Man 2 is a American superhero action movie directed by Sam Raimi and was distributed by Columbia Pictures Home Video for the US and Columbia Tristar for the European version. When it was brought to the UK, the BBFC censored the movie for the UK release. Spider-Man 2 was released in June 30, 2004. (This version was distributed by Columbia Tristar for the European version.)

A extended cut version was released in 2007, and it features a deleted scene which shows a 1 second shot of a man getting electrocuted by the lamp, which was removed from the original release.

Censorship[]

International Censorship[]

  • A red cross in the hospital (shown in the original theatrical version) was replaced by a white cross when aired on TV and on DVDs.

Theaters[]

  • The scene that shows the man getting electrocuted by the lamp was kept, but the last second shot is cut out.

UK Censorship[]

  • The scene where Spider-Man headbutts Oct was modified for the UK release. In the UK release, Spider-Man is seen punching Oct in the face. (This censorship applies to Australia and all of Europe for DVD releases)[1]

Where to find it uncensored[]

The original theatrical version is mostly uncensored. The extended cut on Blu-rays are completely uncensored.

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