Spider-Man No Way Home UK DVD, Blu-ray & digital release date

Spider-Man No Way Home UK DVD, Blu-ray and digital release date

Now that Spider-Man No Way Home has had its run on the big screen, it’s time to look at the UK DVD, Blu-ray and digital release date, which is bound to be one of the biggest in the New Year. It has already had a strong showing at box office with both fans and critics talking up the film with its many twists and turns, along with the big slug of villains from Christmases past.

The digital release will be your first opportunity to own the film, but the DVD and Blu-ray won’t be too long behind it (see more details below) bringing the multiverse breaking story to home entertainment. If you haven’t seen the film yet, the story picks things up with Peter Parker as his identity as Spider-Man is revealed to the world at the end of Far From Home.

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In a bid to turn back the craziness, he gets Doctor Strange to cast a spell to make everyone forget who he is, but things get a bit messed up and the spell ends up breaking, bringing elements from different realities to the MCU. Sadly for him and Strange this mainly entails Spider-Man villains Lizard, Electro, Doctor Octopus, Sandman and Green Goblin.

UK Blu-ray, DVD and digital release date

The Spider-Man No Way Home UK digital release date was your first opportunity to buy the film, but home premier was the first chance to see it outside of the cinema on rental and you can read more about that with the links at the bottom of the page. It came out to buy on digital on Monday the 4th March 2022, so it’s available now from the likes of Amazon Prime and iTunes in the UK.

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With the digital release in the bag, the film will be arriving on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK next with a release date confirmed for Monday the 4th April 2022. This puts it in contention for the Easter holiday number 1 spot, which will complete the double following on from its big screen domination over Christmas 2021.

This also makes it the longest run on the big screen we’ve seen in a while with films like No Time To Die, Venom 2 and Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings coming to digital, DVD and Blu-ray much sooner after their release in cinemas. A lot of this was down to the impact of COVID-19 on box office sales, but with the huge success of Spider-Man No Way Home it looks like Sony wanted to give it as much time on the big screen as possible.

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It should also have competition from The Matrix Resurrections, which was out on the big screen a week afterwards. There will also be The King’s Man, Clifford the Big Red Dog, and the Steven Spielberg adaptation of West Side Story.

We’ll update you with more details on the DVD, Blu-ray and 4K release as they get confirmed. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter to see news and updates on upcoming releases, and you can see more on the film with the official Spider-Man movie Twitter page at https://twitter.com/spidermanmovie.

North America release date

Looking at the usual home entertainment release window for North America, Spider-Man No Way Home should have been available in the US to buy the digital version in March 2022 and that has gone on to be the case as it become available with a similar scheduled to that of the UK. The Blu-ray and 4K versions of the film would then ordinarily land a week or so afterwards. However, with the longer time between digital and physical home entertainment formats on the east side of the Atlantic, it could well end up being early April too.

DVD and Blu-ray details

Age rating: 12A (UK) PG13 (US)

Runtime: 2 hours, 28 minutes

Director: Jon Watts

Cast: Tom Holland, Marisa Tomei, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jon Favreau, Alfred Molina, Willem Defoe, Jamie Foxx, Rhys Ifans, Thomas Haden Church, Bendict Wong

You can also check out our movie news section to keep tabs on the latest upcoming films, or visit the Sony Pictures website at https://www.sonypictures.com/.

Review

While there are aspects of Spider-Man No Way Home that you could theoretically pick at from a critical point of view, the reality is that it’s a lot of fun and will be one fans of the series re-watch on digital, DVD and Blu-ray for years to come. The action is insane with so many villains and surprises in the mix and when you combine that with the comedy aspects you got a winning formula.

The core cast members have been brilliant in the series since Spider-Man Homecoming and if anything they’re at their best in No Way Home with tight onscreen relationships for Peter, MJ, Ned, Aunt May and Happy. It’s an emotional roller-coaster when you look at everything that happens, but the reason it works is the cast and their performances, which range from silly fun to tears-eyed raw emotion.

They’re accompanied by the new additions to the cast who bring a lot of acting might to the film with Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange working well as a sort of replacement for Tony Stark. The villains are also a delight to see in the same film and the acting skills of Alfred Molina, Willem Defoe and Jamie Foxx combine to give the climax the kind of gravitas that it needs to make it one of the big MCU films since Avengers: Endgame.

The story, written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, is quality with multiversally perfect flow from start to end, which is backed up by the continuing quality of Jon Watts’ directing and Mauro Fiore’s cinematography. The CGI and special effect work much better than in Spider-Man Far From Home, which rounds things off to make No Way Home one of the best big screen adventures for Peter Parker that we’ve ever seen, which will add to the anticipation for the digital, DVD and Blu-ray release date.

DVD and Blu-ray review: 4.5/5

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