Spider-Man: No Way Home hasn't lost one bit of steam since its theatrical debut in December 2021, as it still serves as a major topic of conversation for movie fans. That tends to happen with a film that brings in heroes and villains from Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's Spidey stories, fully introducing MCU fans to the Multiverse in the process.
Rumors pointed to Maguire and Garfield being involved with the production more than a year ahead of its debut, which came on top of reports that revealed five of their respective franchises' villains would also come to the MCU. Naturally, this led to a level of hype never seen for any MCU solo movie in history as fans waited to find out what would really come to the big screen for Marvel Studios.
The Spider-Man threequel utilized Maguire and Garfield's stories to perfection while integrating them with Tom Holland's latest solo journey, all leading to Holland becoming the quintessential web-slinger. Now, ahead of the movie's home release, fans are getting an incredible look at the heroic trio along with more characters and moments from this blockbuster.
Tobey, Andrew, & Tom Assemble for Spider-Man 3
Sony Pictures released a 55-second preview for the home release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, which featured looks at Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire, and more from the film's set. The film will be available via digital release on March 22, and its physical media release will come on April 12.
Tom Holland and Zendaya stand on top of the Queensboro Bridge set from the film as they pose and laugh together. This comes from the movie's opening scene when the real-life power couple swings away from the crowd of onlookers harassing Peter Parker after his identity is revealed.
Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, and Willem Dafoe stand together in front of a white screen for promotional pictures in their villain costumes. Although Electro, Doc Ock, and the Green Goblin caused mayhem at every turn for the Spider-Men and crew, the actors are having the time of their lives on set as they smile and laugh during their poses.
One of the most historic moments in superhero movie history is teased with an image of all three cinematic Spider-Man standing side-by-side for a picture together. Tom Holland poses in between Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire as they don their maskless Spidey suits, bringing an image to life that seemed nearly impossible before Spider-Man: No Way Home.
The Amazing Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield sits down for a behind-the-scenes interview in the Midtown Tech science lab as he shares inside information about his return to the role. Making his third appearance as Peter Parker and his first in the MCU, Garfield's insight will be pure gold in regards to learning how this adventure came to life.
The three Spider-Man actors share a laugh with each other as they recreate the classic "Spider-Man pointing" meme for the recently released still image. Clearly, this moment was as much fun for the trio to make as it was for fans to lay their eyes on.
Tom Holland lies on his side and strikes a pose while donning his Spider-Man suit in what appears to be the hallway of Happy Hogan's apartment complex. This moment was much more fun behind-the-scenes, seeing as his hero was in the middle of an intense battle with the Green Goblin on this set in the movie itself.
Alfred Molina waves his arms and sticks out his tongue in front of a blue screen as he brings Doctor Otto Octavius back to the big screen for the first time since 2004's Spider-Man 2. The actor is known for having a blast making his movies, as seen by his Fiddler on the Roof moment nearly two decades ago, and he seems to be enjoying every moment with Marvel Studios.
Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield share a smile and an embrace as they shoot their final Spider-Man: No Way Home moments together. Maguire's arm is draped over Garfield's shoulder as the actors soak up the moment, with Garfield seemingly taking in something hilarious from his Spidey predecessor.
The three Spider-Man actors all carry flowers and exchange hugs with each other while director Jon Watts and Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige look on. Fans can see the emotion on Holland's face as he reminisces on the incredible experience he had alongside Maguire and Garfield.
Holland and his fellow Spider-Man actors share a hearty laugh alongside Zendaya and Jacob Batalon as they film the scene where they develop the villains' cures. Whether this came after Ned promised not to turn into a supervillain and try to kill Peter is a mystery, but it's certainly an option for what could be happening here.
Willem Dafoe dons his upgraded Green Goblin costume with the purple hoodie as he throws a pumpkin bomb forward for a promo shot. 20 years after first portraying Norman Osborn, Dafoe got the chance to bring an even scarier version of the antagonist as he looked to conquer a new Spider-Man.
Tobey Maguire stands in his Spider-Man outfit without the classic mask as he poses for still images. Having been the first actor to bring Peter Parker to a live-action blockbuster movie, Maguire came full circle by reprising the role in the MCU 14 years later.
The full teaser video can be seen below:
Behind The Scenes of a Spider-Man Blockbuster
With nearly an hour and a half of extra footage coming with Spider-Man: No Way Home's home release, fans will have their hands full with looks into how Marvel and Sony pulled this movie off. The best part of this is that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will be front and center in this new footage after stealing the show in the threequel's third act.
Both Multiversal Spidey actors will have the opportunity to discuss their MCU arrivals, with Garfield already teasing how insane it was for him to find himself in this massively ambitious solo movie. Along with other interviews from Holland, Feige, and other top-notch personnel on No Way Home, there will be no shortage of thrilling material for fans to take in.
Even considering how crazy the No Way Home hype got in the months leading up to its debut, Marvel and Sony somehow exceeded the anticipation by bringing Garfield and Maguire's worlds into play. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is looking to top that excitement in the near future, but it was Spider-Man who opened the door to Multiversal madness in Phase 4.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is still playing in theaters. It will be available for purchase digitally on March 22, and its physical media release will come on April 12.