Spider-Man: No Way Home, arguably Marvel’s most ambitious and talked about film since 2019’s Avengers: Endgame, has a home release date, and to mark the moment, the film’s official Twitter account released an iconic photograph to celebrate the news. Together, Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire kitted out in their Spidey outfits, pose for a scene from an episode of the 1967 Spider-Man series called “Double Identity”.
The web-slinger goes up against a villain by the name of Charles Cameo, who impersonates Spider-Man to nab some invaluable pieces of art. For those who’ve watched the film, (spoilers ahead if you’ve not), Holland, Garfield, and Maguire recreated this moment, more than fifty years later, in No Way Home.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released digitally on March 22, and later on 4K UHD & Blu-ray and DVD from April 12. There is, however, no confirmation as to when the film will debut on streaming services. According to a report from Deadline, Spider-Man: No Way Home will at some point “over the next six months”, debut on Starz.
of course, we got THE meme. #SpiderManNoWayHome swings home on Digital March 22 and on 4K UHD & Blu-ray on April 12!
Pre-order now: https://t.co/Rythp0WfkU pic.twitter.com/pOmV6y3lJr
— Spider-Man: No Way Home (@SpiderManMovie) February 23, 2022
Sticking on the subject of the MCU, the next film from Phase 4, slated for release on May 6 in the UK, is Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. This is followed by Taika Waititi’s second MCU film, Thor: Love and Thunder in July 2022. Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman are attached to return to the franchise as Thor and Jane Foster, while Christian Bale takes on the role of Gorr the God Butcher. Tessa Thompson, Chris Pratt, and Jaimie Alexander return in supporting roles.
In the short term, there are still plenty of other new shows and movies from the MCU on the horizon, including Moon Knight, (March 30), starring Oscar Isaac, and Jared Leto’s Morbius movie from April 1. For more Spider-Man content, check out Holly’s Flickluster review.