Spider-Man: No Way Home has been dominating the international box office even as concerns over the Omicron variant dominate. Well, those that didn’t have a chance to see the film in theaters luckily won’t have to wait too long until it is made available. Fandango’s digital retailer Vudu has shared that the latest Sony release will be made available digitally on the service. Pre-orders are also live for the standard definition (SD), high definition (HDX), and 3K UHD each priced at $19.99.
As ComicBook points out, there are no plans for a release on Disney+, as it’s more likely to be made available through Starz or Netflix due to deals Sony made. There was one made with Disney back in 2021, which might bring the film to the streaming service at some point, but very likely not before 2023. As such, the film will mostly be made available through video-on-demand services for anyone who missed out on the opportunity to see it in theaters.
No Way Home was a powerful new entry for the Spider-Man franchise that pays tribute to the earlier cinematic entries while setting up the future for Tom Holland‘s take on the character. Given how many cameos the film includes, it’ll be quite exciting to see what may have ended up on the cutting room floor that’ll be made available with the home release.