Well, I saw the Extended version of "Spider-Man: Far From Home" yesterday but since I didn't see it when it came out in July, I don't know what was extra.
Here's what's weird though. When I got to the theatre there was no one in the parking lot at all. It was a theatre I'd never been to before so I walked in and there was no box office. The concessions person saw me and asked if she could help me, and I said, "Where's the box office?" She said, well, this is concessions, but I can sell you a ticket. So I'm like, "OK..."
So I go into the theatre and I'm the only one there. They had some ads slide show running so I had a seat. I heard someone else come in and looked up and it was the concessions woman. She looked around, saw I was the only one there, and said, "We'll get the movie going in a second." OK, I guess I'm getting my own private showing!
OK, so the movie started with only one preview for "Ad Astra." I watched the movie and naturally waited to see if there was any extra after credits scene. About a quarter of the way through the credits, the movie starts fast forwarding. Skipping ahead as if you hit FF on your DVR. It overshoots the after credits scene by a little bit, then rewinds a little, then plays the scene.
So I'm like, ok, either they really REALLY want me to leave or they are trying to do me a favor by not having me wait through the end credits. Still it was weird, and what if I wanted to see what songs were played in the movie? Anyway, I left the theatre and there was no one in the lobby at all. As I walked out the door, I heard someone say, "Good night" but I didn't even turn around, I just kept walking as I was too weirded out.
Anyway, as for the movie, it was good. I love what they did with Mysterio, and Jake Gylenhaal did a really good job playing him. My only gripe is that there were certain things in the storyline that left some minor plot holes, and the after credits scene opens up a can of worms IMHO.
But yeah, pretty good. You certainly have to watch it after Infinity War and Endgame.