Spider-Man 3 — also known as Spider-Man: No Way Home — has here, and we’ve now discovered when it’ll be released in the United States (to digital and Blu-ray, that is). Yes, the Spider-Man: No Way Home on Disney Plus issue is as perplexing as the trailers make it out to be. But what if you’ve already seen the film? Check out our feature on filmmaker Jon Watts sharing the mysteries of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
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The film’s list of potential guest performers has gained more attention than almost anything else in recent Marvel movie news, with rumors of a slew of former Spider-Man stars returning setting the internet on fire.
And we just found out that Holland’s stint as Peter Parker is far from over – are you ready for our first Spoiler Alert!? We’ve dissected the post-credits scenes from Spider-Man: No Way Home, but that’s not all. We’ve also got an explanation for why that one gigantic Spider-Man: No Way Home Easter egg is so important.
While it could have been dismissed as just a rumor, Alfred Molina said in an interview that he would be returning on his own. We don’t think that was Marvel’s intention… unless it was. Then, most recently, the Loki finale saw a massive event that basically gives Marvel everything they need to go crazy with Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Since its release, Spider-Man: No Way Home has sparked all of the same major debates that any film of this scope generates. And, believe it or not, Spider-Man: No Way Home was overlooked by the Academy Awards.
After a Little Joking From the Cast, Spider-man:
No Way Home was announced. On their social media profiles, Tom Holland, Jacob Batalon, and Zendaya each shared a distinct title as well as press photographs. Fans speculated that our trio of leads would find their way into Doctor Strange’s headquarters of operations based on these images.
The most recent Spider-Man: No Way Home news (updated Feb. 23)
The release dates for Spider-Man: No Way Home on digital and Blu-ray have been revealed, but we’ll have to wait even longer.
The first streaming provider for Spider-Man: No Way Home has been confirmed.
Why are fans clamoring for Amazing Spider-Man 3 because of No Way Home?
The Cast of Spider-man: No Way Back
Beyond the previously confirmed appearances of Benedict Cumberbatch and Wong as Doctor Strange and his snarky companion Wong, there has been a lot of conjecture regarding which characters are slated to feature in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
We’ve also heard that a number of actors from old (read: non-MCU) flick, like Jamie Foxx as Electro and Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus, will reprise their roles. Early reports suggested that Charlie Cox would reprise his role as Matt Murdock, marking the character’s first appearance on the big screen since the flop Daredevil in 2003.
Those rumors have since shifted, with reports claiming that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will reprise their roles as Peter Parker from previous Spider-Man films. We’re not going to give anything away, but the desire for Amazing Spider-Man 3 is the hot subject right now.
According to the speculations, Kirsten Dunst and Emma Stone would reprise their roles as Mary Jane Watson and Gwen Stacey, respectively.
However, rumors should be viewed as such until Marvel and Sony confirm or deny their veracity. Based on official announcements and the recently released teaser trailer, here’s who we know will star in the film.
As a result of another newly released film, we have a SPOILER WARNING. So, directly beneath the cast list, you’ll find what’s relevant.
- Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man, is played by Tom Holland.
- Zendaya as Michael Jackson
- May Parker is played by Marisa Tomei.
- Ned Leeds is played by Jacob Batalon.
- Flash Thompson is played by Tony Revolori.
- Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch)
- Benedict Wong in the role of Wong
- Happy Hogan is played by Jon Favreau.
- JK Simmons in the role of J Jameson, Jonah
- Doctor Octopus is played by Alfred Molina.
Holland has been cited as stating of Zendaya and Batalon “We’ve been working on these films for the past five years… The three of us have had such a wonderful friendship. Every step of the way, we’ve been there for each other.
We’ve seen every movie and gone on every press tour. So [we didn’t know] if this would be the last time [we were all working together] on this one scene “— which makes us wonder if one of them would appear in a future Spider-Man film.
We witnessed two huge things in the Venom 2 post-credits scene, one more subtle than the other. J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson ranting about how Peter Parker being Spider-Man was the more obvious moment.
This ties into the end of Far From Home, and when Venom licked the screen (with Spider-Man on it), we got the clear idea that Eddie Brock and his symbiote would make an appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
But first, we witnessed a massive explosion in the sky. The timeline-shattering events from the Loki finale appeared to be the catalyst for this dimension-shattering cataclysm.
Release Dates for Spider-man: No Way Home
The next Spider-Man film premiered in US theatres on December 17, 2021, a day after screenings in the United Kingdom and the United States.
So now we wait for the digital and Blu-ray release dates for Spider-Man: No Way Home, which are March 22 and April 12 (respectively). Right now, you can pre-order the film for $19.99 on Amazon Prime Video (opens in a new tab).
Tickets went on sale Monday, November 29th, dubbed “Spider Monday” by the marketing. Owing to the high demand for tickets at midnight, AMC’s app crashed(opens in a new tab), maybe due to NFTs being given away with ticket purchases.
In addition, Starz has been confirmed as Spider-Man: No Way Home’s premier streaming service.
Sequels to Spider-Man: No Way Home
The big news right now is that three more Tom Holland MCU Spider-Man films are on the way.
Producer Amy Pascal (whose Pascal Pictures departed Sony for Universal) is confident that Tom Holland’s time in the MCU is not over. Fandango(opens in new tab) was informed by her “”We are getting ready to create the next Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland and Marvel,” he said, before adding, “This is not the final movie we are going to make with Marvel — [this is not] the last Spider-Man movie.” We’re thinking of this as three movies, and we’ll move on to the next three now. This isn’t the final installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.”
Unnamed Sony insiders told The Hollywood Reporter(opens in new tab) that there are no official plans for a sequel trilogy, so she may not have been ready to declare that.
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It’s going to be a big movie. According to a leak, Spider-Man: No Way Home could run up to 159 minutes (2 hours and 39 minutes). Those Ingress leaks have since been removed, but they were discovered by Comicbook.com (opens in new tab).
Trailers for Spider-Man: No Way Back
Otto Octavius was introduced to the MCU in the second Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer and everyone had a good chuckle over it, didn’t they?