Despite being months old at this point, Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to grip fans. The film has become a record-breaker on multiple fronts and is now slowly ramping up to its home video release. The Spidey threequel brought together three generations of Spider-Men serving as a celebration of the character's more than twenty years on the big screen.
With No Way Home coming to digital soon, the people behind the blockbuster have gotten a chance to revel in their work. Cast members including Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield can come clean and talk about what it was like to get back in the web-slinger's suit.
It takes a village to complete a blockbuster, and the home release will shine a light on the special effects teams that demonstrates the incredible work they put into getting this Spidey epic on the big screen.
Some Good Looks at No Way Home
Six new stills from Spider-Man: No Way Home made their way online in anticipation of the at-home release of the MCU Spider-Man threequel. Three of the photos were tweeted by the official Spider-Man Twitter account to promote the home media release, while the other three were released by effects house Luma, showing off their work.
The first of the three focusing on Spider-Man himself was of Tobey Maguire's Spidey suit during the film's final battle:
The next image features Tom Holland's hero sporting the inside-out Far From Home suit:
And the last of the images spotlighting the wall-crawler is of Holland's Peter in his Integrated Suit:
The next three images were VFX showcases of Thomas Haden Church's villain Sandman:
The effects studio Luma highlighted the particulate-based antagonist in a number of environments, such as Happy's apartment:
And finally is an image of the villain protecting Spidey from the Jamie Foxx's Electro:
The Spider-Man Celebration Continues
For fans of Marvel's wall-crawling superhero, the last few months have felt like a true celebration of the character. That is sure to continue as the movie-going world awaits No Way Home's at-home release.
An added benefit to the film finally coming home will be full high-quality looks at the best scenes from the movie. With every image being released like the six above, audiences who saw No Way Home in theaters get that instant reminder of their various memories surrounding the project.
Soon those bootleg TikToks featuring scenes from the MCU threequel will be released with brand-new HD versions of the movie's best moments.
Also, this is a time for the creators behind this epic to take a bit of a victory lap. A lot of work went into making this movie happen. So, now is the time for the hundreds (if not thousands) of people involved to celebrate the fruits of their labor.
Spider-Man: No Way Home releases digitally on March 22 and Blu-Ray/4K UHD on April 12.