Why did Ramiro Alanis watch the new "Spider-Man" 292 times?
A young American from Florida entered the Guinness Book of Records with a record for watching one movie in cinemas.
Guinness World Records said on its website that an American obsessed with superhero movies spent 720 hours, or the equivalent of 30 days, watching the new Spider-Man movie in cinemas.
Ramiro Alanis watched "Spider-Man: No Way Home" in cinemas from December 16, 2021 to March 15, 292 times.
In order to achieve this record, he had to adhere to specific rules that ensured watching the movie with full concentration without preoccupied with other things such as browsing the phone, taking a nap, or even going to the bathroom during the movie.
He also had to present the lowest part of the movie's attendance tickets, as well as obtain a statement from the cinema supervisor after each screening to ensure that he had seen the full movie.
It is reported that the same young man set a previous record in 2019 by watching the movie "Avengers: Endgame" about 191 times, but lost it in 2021 to the French Arnold Klein, who watched the French drama "Kaamelott" in the cinema 204 times.