Spider-Man: No Way Home has been one of the biggest successes in the entirety of the MCU. That’s not to mention that it is currently the third highest-grossing film in US history. Now fans who have patiently been waiting for the newest web-slinging adventure to come out on Bluray and DVD can rest easy, as those details have been revealed. In typical fashion, physical copies of movies hit shelves usually within 2-3 weeks after they are released first digitally and through rental streaming sites. The newest Spider-Man epic hits stores on April 12th. Fans can preorder their physical copy on Vudu, or through major retailers like Bestbuy, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble for day-off delivery.
With the massive popularity of the film, it sounds as if Spider-Man No Way Home is set to make an even larger sum through its Bluray and DVD sales. This film is truly unstoppable, and that bodes well for the future of the MCU. Not that the MCU is in any sort of trouble, but the multiverse is clearly something that fans are wanting more of. Doctor Strange was an integral part of the plot for Spider-Man and those events are seemingly going to carry over to Doctor Strange 2. With rumors of the returning Patrick Stewart as Professor Xavier, it sure sounds as if things are going to get even crazier in the multiverse side of things.
There is no telling if No Way Home is set to directly lead into Doctor Strange 2, but that could certainly be the case considering how that film ended. We will spare details of the ending considering that there are those of you who have likely been waiting to see Spider-Man in the comfort of your homes. April 12th is not a long time to wait, so keep going if you have miraculously avoided spoilers up to this point. However, the new Doctor Strange film is also set to come out in May, so at least there will be little time to wait in between both films. Assuming you haven’t seen the newest Spider-Man.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is certainly one of the most ambitious films in the entirety of the MCU, right along with Avengers: Endgame, but clearly that ambition has paid dividends. The film is chock full of emotionality and high stakes, which brought the character of Spider-Man to an absolute breaking point. Although fans will want to continue to see Tom Holland play the character further, he has long been rumored to move on. Even Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. got tired of their roles in the MCU. Holland might just need a break.
It’s fantastic that studios are no longer waiting an ungodly amount of time to release films to digital and physical mediums after they have been released in theaters. Now we can all relive the magic of Spider-Man: No Way Home when it comes swinging into our homes on April 12th. The hope is that there will be some deleted scenes or new footage that add to the craziness of this epic film.