You can now watch Spider-Man: No Way Home from the consolation of your private home. The web-slinging Marvel Cinematic Universe blockbuster is to be had digitally as of March 15. That’s some days in advance than originally planned. As previously stated through IGN, it turned into at the start supposed to pop out March 22, however the date became shifted a week in advance inside the US. In the United Kingdom, the virtual launch date is still March 22.
The 4K digital version is selling for approximately $20 at most online media outlets, inclusive of Amazon, Apple and Vudu. If you subscribe to Movies Anywhere, you may have a single buy show up in the library of all of those services. Because it is a Sony film — now not Disney, like most other Marvel houses — No Way Home will now not be appearing on Disney Plus whenever soon, if ever. It will first make its way to Starz.
If you opt for a replica to position for your shelf, it’s coming to 4K UHD and Blu-ray on April 12 in the US, and April 4 within the UK. The movie, which sees three generations of cinematic Spideys be a part of forces to take on a gaggle of conventional villains, hit theaters in December and became the primary film launched throughout the pandemic to make $1 billion.
Marvel formerly celebrated by way of posting a previously unseen shot of all 3 Spider-Men — performed via Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire — re-developing the iconic pointing meme. The unique features will include 20 extra minutes with Garfield and Maguire, out of 80 minutes worth of at the back of-the-scenes pictures.
Fans had been eagerly looking ahead to the house launch, which has eclipsed Avengers: Endgame to come to be the top-selling preorder name of all time on digital video provider Vudu, the organisation stated in February.
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