By Josh Reilly
Spider-Man: No Way Home was a massive hit with fans, already proving to arguably be one of the most beloved MCU films. Sporting a 98% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes (and a 93% certified fresh critics score on the site), No Way Home was the first huge movie to release during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Jon Watts directed feature also grossed over $1.7 billion at the worldwide box office, an especially impressive total given the Omicron variant’s emergence shortly after its December 17 release.
Now, the film is set to arrive at the homes of fans very soon. Sony have officially announced that No Way Home will release on digital on March 15. The film won’t come out on a streaming service like Netflix or Disney+, and instead will be available to watch on iTunes and similar online film stores.
Interestingly, No Way Home was set to release on digital one week later on March 22, but Sony announced this past weekend that it would arrive earlier than expected. There is no indication that the physical release of the film will be pushed forward, but it’s certainly a possibility given this new, earlier release date on digital.
Spider-Man: No Way Home saw the return of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield to their iconic roles as the web-slinger, as well as Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina, Jamie Foxx, Thomas Haden Church, and Rhys Ifans coming back to play their villainous characters. Fans will be able to relive the film very soon.