Spider-Man: No Way Home drops the first ten minutes of the film ahead of the hugely successful MCU film’s media release.
Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios skipped the first ten minutes Spider-Man: No Way Home ahead of the film’s home media release.
The ten minutes cover the immediate aftermath of Mysterio’s manipulated clip Spider-Man: Far From Home, which revealed Spider-Man’s secret identity to the world. The Daily Bugle’s report sends mobs rushing towards the web-head and all his closest friends and family, including MJ. Also, while the other two Spider-Men don’t show up for the first ten minutes, another superhero does: Matt Murdock.
Spider-Man: No Way Home was released exclusively in December and has grossed a whopping $1.8 billion at the worldwide box office. After its hugely successful theatrical release, the film was set to be released digitally on March 22nd pending a Blu-ray quality version of the film was leaked. In response, the digital release date was brought forward from March 22nd to March 15th.
The Blu-ray release of Spider-Man: No Way Home will contain 80 minutes of bonus content including bloopers, featurettes, behind-the-scenes content and deleted scenes, some featuring Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield reprising their respective roles as Spider-Man. If that wasn’t enough, a deleted scene with at least one other scene with it No way homeThe Biggest Villains of . Another recently leaked revealed a cutscene with Matt Murdock acting as Happy Hogan’s attorney.
Actor Charlie Cox, who played Daredevil in all three seasons of the superhero’s Netflix series, previously revealed that he experienced an overwhelming reaction to his cameo appearance while watching a screening of No way home. “I snuck into a movie theater near where I live and literally stood in the corridor … and unfortunately my experience was that it was dead damn quiet,” the actor explained, adding, “I was so disappointed — my goodness lady was with me and she took me in because it would be fun to have that moment where everyone is cheering and then… Tumbleweed! Shortly after Cox’s reveal, fans moved to reassure him that audiences elsewhere audibly cheered when he appeared on screen, with many reaction videos posted of performances by Spider-Man: No Way Home.
In the film’s final post-credits scene, the trailer for was debuted Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madnessalthough his connection to the upcoming film doesn’t seem to end there. No way home‘s Multiverse Action continues to inform some of the many theories circulating about cameos and new characters set to appear in the Doctor Strange Consequence.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will be available on April 12th on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD.
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