The put it off between a movie being released in theaters and being available on home media reaches an all-time low. For instance, it hasn’t even been a full three months since Spider-Man: Homecoming swung into theaters, but starting tomorrow, you can purchase a digital backup of the Web-Slinger’s hottest cinematic excursion, and the Blu-ray and Dvd movie copies will be on cabinets in a couple weeks. But whether you’ve already seen Spider-Man: Homecoming or didn’t catch it during its theatrical run, now you can enjoy the first ten minutes of the movie to your heart’s content for free.
To rejoice Spider-Man: Homecoming soon becoming designed for home viewing, Sony Pictures has uploaded the beginning minutes of the studio’s first collaboration with Marvel Studios. The first half of the video creates the backstory for the primary villain, Adrian Toomes, a.k.a. The Vulture, who got actually been contracted by the brand new York City federal government to clean up the mess left behind by the Chitauri invasion (as observed in The Avengers). However, credited to Tony Stark and the U.S. federal government creating the Office of Destruction Control, Toomes’ salvage team quickly end up taken off the job. With their big payday removed, Toomes and the men choose the Chitauri technology they already gathered to make advanced weaponry and kick off their life of crime.
Following an orchestral cover of the basic Spider-Man TV show theme song playing within the Marvel Studios emblem computer animation, we then move into the video recording that Peter Parker recorded during his visit to Germany, a.k.a. the occasions of Captain America: Civil Conflict. The footage will a good job of capturing Peter Parker’s thrills of being brought into the much larger world of superheroes, and the “vacation” ends with the academically-gifted teenager being able to keep the Spidey-suit Tony Stark made for him. But Peter’s soon goes back to his normal regime in Queens, also to find out/re-watch what happens from there, you’ll need to purchase your own copy of Spider-Man: Homecoming either tomorrow or next month.
Along with earning mostly reviews that are positive from critics and regular moviegoers as well. Spider-Man: Homecoming has grossed over $874 million worldwide in its theatrical run. This not only helps it be the highest-grossing superhero movie of the entire year, but also 2017’s 4th highest-grossing movie, pursuing behind Despicable Me 3 at #3, The Fate of the Furious at #2 and Beauty and the Beast at #1. Obviously, with movies like Justice Group and Legend Wars: THE FINAL Jedi approaching fast, these positions likely won’t stay long lasting, but still, Spider-Man: Homecoming has recently proven itself to be a huge hit.
As a reminder, Spider-Man: Homecoming will be accessible on Digital HD starting tomorrow, and the Blu-ray/Disc release will observe on October 17. Tom Holland’s Spidey will be among the countless participating heroes in Avengers: Infinity Warfare and Avengers 4 on May 4, 2018 and May 3, 2019, respectively, and then he’ll hold the limelight to himself again when Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 is released on July 5, 2019.