High resolution images of a fan favorite moment from Spider-Man: No Coming Home were shared ahead of the film’s digital and home video release.
Stills from the first seconds of Andrew Garfield’s surprise appearance in No coming home are featured in movies Twitter page. The images are in conjunction with the announcement of the film’s upcoming digital release on March 22 and subsequent April 12 release on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD.
Garfield’s appearance as Spider-Man was one of the film’s most guarded but highly anticipated moments, perhaps only surpassed by the subsequent appearance of Tobey Maguire’s portrayal of the character.
Maguire was the first to play Spider-Man on the big screen in the 2002 Sony Pictures film of the same name and its two sequels. Garfield went on to star in two more films beginning in 2012. The Amazing Spider-Manbefore Tom Holland reprized the role in all subsequent Sony and Marvel Studios films.
In Spider-Man: No Coming Home, the characters of Garfield and Maguire arrive through a multiverse portal generated by Jacob Batalon’s Ned Leeds, via Doctor Strange’s magical Sling Ring. Oddly enough, those same scenes got some CGI changes a few days after the movie hit theaters – the magic portal seen behind Garfield and Maguire was made brighter, and Garfield’s costume was added texture detail.
The home video release would contain an additional 100 minutes of bonus content, including approximately 20 minutes featuring Garfield and Maguire. Among the bonus footage is a deleted scene featuring all three incarnations of Spider-Man, as well as other deleted scenes, silly footage, and mini features.
In No coming homethe lives of Peter Parker and his friends are turned upside down following Mysterio’s revelation of Peter’s Spider-Man identity, as seen in the 2019 mid-credits scene Spider-Man: Far From Home. In an effort to restore normalcy to their lives, Peter approaches Dr. Strange, asking him to conjure a spell that will cause the world to forget that Peter is Spider-Man. Strange obliges, but Peter’s interference causes the spell to go awry, resulting in a multiversal breach allowing Garfield and Maguire’s versions of Spider-Man – as well as some of their enemies – to find their way to Peter’s world. (Holland).
Despite repeated – and therefore false – denials of Garfield and Maguire’s involvement by various parties associated with the film, fans were eagerly hoping that the two would make an appearance in No coming home. Viewers knew their hopes had been rewarded when Garfield’s Spider-Man first appeared through Ned’s portal.
Spider-Man: No Coming Home is now in theaters. The film will be released digitally on Tuesday March 22 and on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday April 12.
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