Although it's still doing big numbers at the box office, details of Spider-Man: No Way Home's digital home release has been revealed.
The movie is still owned by Sony Pictures, so unlike the entries in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that are wholly Disney properties such as Eternals and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, it won't be debuting on Disney+ anytime soon. Instead, it will be available to purchase for $19.99 through online digital stores such as Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play and Vudu on Feb. 28, and pre-orders are currently open.
After only three weeks in theaters, No Way Home swung its way into the list of the top 10 highest-earning movies at the domestic box office with a massive $609 million haul. The only MCU movie to have earned more is 2012's The Avengers, which is currently eighth with $623 million.
Even stars of the movie have seen it on the big screen, as Andrew Garfield recently revealed that he snuck into a screening with his fellow returning Peter Parker, Tobey Maguire. "I snuck into a theater on opening night and just watched with my baseball cap on and my mask. In fact, I was also with Tobey, me and Tobey snuck into a theater together and no one knew we were there," Garfield said. According to a staff member at the cinema who snapped a photo of Garfield and Maguire together, the pair only intended to watch the audience's reaction to their appearances on-screen but stayed for the entire movie.
The level of secrecy and anticipation around No Way Home led to Garfield saying that keeping his role a secret was stressful, but "very fun." He confessed that he hates lying to people but worked hard to keep the secret because he decided that if he was a fan, he would prefer the surprise. "I would want the actor to do an incredibly good job at convincing me he wasn't in it," Garfield explained. "And then I would want to lose my mind in the theater when my instinct was proven right. That's what I would want."
Spider-Man: No Way Home is still available in theaters.
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Source: Vudu, via The Direct