Last December, dreams were made as Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures' Spider-Man: No Way Home hit theaters worldwide. Many fans relished the adventure they never thought possible; Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland all teaming up against five of their previous villains. Included among the group were Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock and Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin—both of whom didn’t miss a beat upon their return.
The movie is still playing in theaters worldwide, going on three months now since its debut. But soon, it will be time for audiences to own the film themselves; non-stop repeat viewings will finally be possible.
The digital version of the film hit digital marketplaces on March 15. Some, however, prefer to wait for a physical release.
When it comes to those fans, they’ll have to wait until April 12. Now, thanks to a recently discovered Amazon listing, a new blu-ray collection featuring No Way Home has been revealed, offering a different way for audiences to own the film.
New Spider-Man Blu-Ray Collection
Thanks to a listing on Amazon UK, a brand new Blu-Ray Collection for the MCU Spider-Man Homecoming trilogy was revealed.
The set includes Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Spider-Man No Way Home. Based on the descriptions on the back of the case, each film will come with its respective special features as well.
This image is presumably the slipcover the collection's case will go into, no matter what quality format one wishes to buy.
As of now, the basic DVD version of the collection is retailing at £14.99, the Blu-Ray at £19.99, and the 4K UHD for £59.99.
A Worthy Spider-Man Collection
This looks like a great collection to add to fans’ library of movies—provided they collect physical media. While it doesn’t seem different enough to warrant purchasing if one already owns the films, it’s great for those that just need to catch up on their MCU collection.
For those who don’t have any of Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield’s movies, then there’s a better collection suited towards those needs. Sony has an eight-movie bundle that is going on sale so anyone can easily catch up on getting Spider-Man into their Blu-Ray collection.
Either way, both Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have made sure that there are more than enough options for adding the webhead’s recent adventure into the library of fans across the world. Hopefully, the bonus features included on the various releases hold even more Peter 1, 2, and 3 action for viewers to soak in.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is out now on digital marketplaces and its physical edition releases on on April 12.