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'Spider-Man: No Way Home' is Now Available to Own on Digital

The Marvel hit can now be purchased digitally, and is hitting Blu-ray on April 12.

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You can now watch Spider-Man: No Way Home from the comfort of your home. The web-slinging Marvel Cinematic Universe blockbuster is available digitally as of March 15. That's a few days earlier than originally planned. As previously reported by IGN, it was originally supposed to come out March 22, but the date was shifted a week earlier in the US. In the UK, the digital release date is still March 22.

The 4K digital version is selling for about $20 at most online media retailers, including Amazon, Apple and Vudu. If you subscribe to Movies Anywhere, you can have a single purchase show up in the library of all of those services. Because it's a Sony movie -- not Disney, like most other Marvel properties -- No Way Home will not be appearing on Disney Plus anytime soon, if ever. It will first make its way to Starz. 

If you prefer a copy to put on your shelf, it's coming to 4K UHD and Blu-ray on April 12 in the US, and April 4 in the UK. The movie, which sees three generations of cinematic Spideys join forces to take on a bunch of classic villains, hit theaters in December and became the first movie released during the pandemic to make $1 billion.

Marvel previously celebrated by posting a previously unseen shot of all three Spider-Men -- played by Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire -- re-creating the iconic pointing meme. The special features will include 20 more minutes with Garfield and Maguire, out of 80 minutes worth of behind-the-scenes footage.

Fans have been eagerly anticipating the home release, which has eclipsed Avengers: Endgame to become the top-selling preorder title of all time on digital video service Vudu, the company said in February.

Sony Pictures didn't respond to a request for comment about the new release date.

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