The biggest movie of 2021, Spider-Man: No Coming Home, is now available for digital purchase, and Movies Anywhere is celebrating the occasion with an exclusive bonus clip. The third Spider-Man movie starring Tom Holland was a pandemic box office hit, buoyed by nostalgic returns from former Spider-Men Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, as well as villains played by Alfred Molina, Willem Dafoe and Jamie Foxx . For Spidey fans who buy No coming home Thanks to Movies Anywhere, the app that lets you collect your favorite digital movies in one place, they’ll get a never-before-seen bonus clip to complement their digital catalog.
The exclusive eight-minute bonus clip, titled “Spider-Man and the Multiverse in Marvel Comics,” features Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, along with other filmmakers and cast members from Spider-Man: No Coming Home discuss the multiverse’s rich history in the Spider-Man comics and its influence on the film. It will be available for all purchases made through a Movies Anywhere connected retailer for a limited time (Tuesday, March 15 through April 11, 11:59 p.m. ET). Bonus content can be found in the “My Extras” section of “My Movies” on the Movies Anywhere platform.
Spider-Man: No Coming Home is Sony’s highest-grossing film ever. It was also ComicBook.com’s Favorite Comic Book Movie of 2021.
Spencer Perry of ComicBook.com gave the film a 4 out of 5 in his review. He writes: “Spider-Man: No Coming Home marks a clear line in the sand for this character, a delineation point of where things might go. Throughout the movie, the implication is that this huge story needs to be told so things can get back to being smaller, the size of a friendly neighborhood, but can they? Will Marvel and Sony allow a sequel to this film to actually be contained? Modern Hollywood economics would certainly lead you to believe the answer is “no,” but Marvel and Sony leave things in an interesting place and clearly have a Peter Parker fit to handle more. If it’s the end, however, it has the best final plan of any Marvel Studios Spider-Man movie.”
Tom Holland plans to take a break before Spider-Man 4, aka the sequel Spider-Man: No Coming Home. Asked by CinePOP if he’s going to pass the promotion Unexplored back to putting on the Spider-Man costume for Spiderman 4Holland said it unequivocally: he’s taking a break from the Marvel movie franchise:
“I’m going back to shoot a TV show for Apple, which I’m really excited about…But I can confidently say that after I finish this TV show, I’ll be taking a break.”
Spider-Man: No Coming Home is available in theaters and for purchase digitally. The link to the Movies Anywhere bonus offer can be found here.