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Bring home the biggest movie of the multiverse from Amazon.ca, where Spider-Man: No Way Home is now available on Blu-ray and DVD in Canada.

The home media release is packed with must-watch content for Spidey fans, including over 80 minutes of behind the scenes footage, cast interviews and 20 minutes of deleted scenes featuring Peter-One, Peter-Two and Peter-Three.

Originally released in theatres on December 17, Spider-Man: No Way Home is the newest Spider-Man movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and one of the most popular movies of 2021. After Peter Parker's secret identity is revealed to the world, he asks Doctor Strange to restore his secret with magic. When the spell goes awry, supervillains from across the multiverse are unleashed, forcing Spider-Man to face his toughest adversaries yet.

The film has received rave reviews, with many calling it the best Spider-Man movie ever and living up to its enormous hype. Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire each play a variant of Peter Parker/Spider-Man, while several villains from past Spider-Man movies make appearances, including Green Goblin (Spider-Man), Doctor Octopus (Spider-Man 2), Sandman (Spider-Man 3), The Lizard (The Amazing Spider-Man) and Electro (The Amazing Spider-Man 2).

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  • zod
    • This is pretty awesome!!

      Quite the short deal though. 1 Spider-Man Movie and one MCU appearance. Better than nothing, but they'll be at it again in a few years :(
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    • Seems to be one more spider man movie and at least one marvel movie.
      He will also be used in Sony's own venom universe as well.

      Good news regardless. They knew the fans wanted it
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    • my guess that means one more spiderman movie and one mcu movie..........where spiderman will die.
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    • Timing's interestingly coincidental with the news just yesterday of a Madame Web(?!?!?!?) movie in development

      https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat- ... eb-1243674

      How about an All the President's Men like intrigue featuring J.J.J. Sony?

      Anyhow the story at Deadline is updating and it looks like Sony blinked but as others have mentioned it's just two more movies
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    • How many freaking reboots do they have, I've lost count. Spider-man must be the most rebooted superhero. I couldn't be bothered to watch any post-Tobey since it's too soon and the same thing. Even for free I still haven't bothered to view them.
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    • How many freaking reboots do they have, I've lost count. Spider-man must be the most rebooted superhero. I couldn't be bothered to watch any post-Tobey since it's too soon and the same thing. Even for free I still haven't bothered to view them.
      The Tom Holland ones are pretty good. Skip the Andrew Garfield ones entirely. There's nothing of value there.
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    • The Tom Holland ones are pretty good. Skip the Andrew Garfield ones entirely. There's nothing of value there.
      I just can't, don't think there's gonna be anything new for the movies to tell. Tobey will always be the Spider-man for me, even though he's apparently a jerk irl.
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    • So Sony caved and agreed to give up 35-50% of the next film's profits to Disney? Sony execs made a good move, if their next Venom flick bombs this ensures they get to keep their jobs.

      Edit: Looks like a compromise where Disney will take on 25% of the costs for a 25% stake in the next 1. So they would put in ~$50 mill and make ~$200 mill when it hits a billion. Plus they get Spidey for 1 more MCU film.

      https://deadline.com/2019/09/sony-walt- ... 202746497/
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    • Tx, it's the frequency over a short period of time then to me that makes it annoying to me.
      I missed Hulk in that post (but he's not Spidey Bats or Supes top tier)

      Hulk (Eric Bana 2003)
      The Incredible Hulk (Edward Norton 2008)
      The Avengers (Mark Ruffalo 2012)*

      *Norton and Ruffalo are allegedly playing the same character in the same universe so it's rebootcicity is debatable)
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    • I missed Hulk in that post (but he's not Spidey Bats or Supes top tier)

      Hulk (Eric Bana 2003)
      The Incredible Hulk (Edward Norton 2008)
      The Avengers (Mark Ruffalo 2012)*

      *Norton and Ruffalo are allegedly playing the same character in the same universe so it's rebootcicity is debatable)
      That's another head-scratcher, they're all good actors, too many changes, makes my head spin haha.
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    • Hmmmmm...

      So from all listed next phase MCU movies, which one would best suit a friendly neighborhood spider-man?

      Highly likely that next solo movie will deal with ramifications of everyone knowing his secret identity, then end with him leaving the MCU to go to an alternate uinverse where his identity would again be secret (help from Doctor Strange).

      In the comics, he made a deal with Mephisto, sacrificing his marriage to MJ so that everyone would forget his identity reveal from Civil War.
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    • Sony has no balls.
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    • I understand that its part of the comics but I didn't like the ending of Homecoming. It's like Iron man's sacrifice was for nothing.
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    • I understand that its part of the comics but I didn't like the ending of Homecoming. It's like Iron man's sacrifice was for nothing.
      You mean Far From Home (the 2nd movie) I assume (as Iron Man was still alive in the events of Homecoming)?

      What makes you say that?
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    • Tx, it's the frequency over a short period of time then to me that makes it annoying to me. Batman doesn't seem too bad in comparison.
      depends on what makes a reboot. Change actor director or script a new direction. burton's batman had 2 directors and 3 actors. Worse possible account was "Justice league mortal"??? because it was a competing version of batman being released right around Nolan's second movie. Thats would have been a reboot vs reboot andDC ok'ed it too before it got tanked. Today you have 2 batman's and possibly 3 completely different batman universes and no explaination as to why or how. Batman seems oversaturated and polluted these days.

      I don't see spiderman changing actors just moving into sony verse story line with venom and all the stuff stony wants and try there shot at a saga like mcu.
      So Sony caved and agreed to give up 35-50% of the next film's profits to Disney? Sony execs made a good move, if their next Venom flick bombs this ensures they get to keep their jobs.

      Edit: Looks like a compromise where Disney will take on 25% of the costs for a 25% stake in the next 1. So they would put in ~$50 mill and make ~$200 mill when it hits a billion. Plus they get Spidey for 1 more MCU film.

      https://deadline.com/2019/09/sony-walt- ... 202746497/
      well that was exactly what disney first offered before sony said no to it.
      I missed Hulk in that post (but he's not Spidey Bats or Supes top tier)

      Hulk (Eric Bana 2003)
      The Incredible Hulk (Edward Norton 2008)
      The Avengers (Mark Ruffalo 2012)*

      *Norton and Ruffalo are allegedly playing the same character in the same universe so it's rebootcicity is debatable)

      That's another head-scratcher, they're all good actors, too many changes, makes my head spin haha.
      I read that's because Universal owns hulk theatrical rights. So technically all 3 were Universal. With the 3rd co-oped by disney. Seems the contract is Disney can't make a hulk lead movie only Universal can. They can make him a supporting character as much as they want. Plus when Unversal pooped on all 3 shots. MCU instead locked down ruffalo contract for their saga. I think actor contracts effects everything for any continuing storyline otherwise your stuck in reboot loop.
      Hmmmmm...

      So from all listed next phase MCU movies, which one would best suit a friendly neighborhood spider-man?

      Highly likely that next solo movie will deal with ramifications of everyone knowing his secret identity, then end with him leaving the MCU to go to an alternate uinverse where his identity would again be secret (help from Doctor Strange).

      In the comics, he made a deal with Mephisto, sacrificing his marriage to MJ so that everyone would forget his identity reveal from Civil War.
      It wouldn't surprise me if MCU either dramatically kills spiderman in phase 4 to end the relationship altogether with sony. Or introduce "sony verse" in an mcu movie maybe around dr.strange's multiverse movie. A gratuitous gesture for future relationship.With the latter explaining for both to co-exist side by side equally for future negotiations to continue and if studio who owns the rights goes off the reservation. Kinda just like in the comics with new writers I guess if you think about it. It completely falls in line with a "multiverse" story line vs confusing audiences and fan bases of both theatrical and comics. The only problem now is making sure they tie up the actor affordably before either invest further.
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    • depends on what makes a reboot. Change actor director or script a new direction. burton's batman had 2 directors and 3 actors. Worse possible account was "Justice league mortal"??? because it was a competing version of batman being released right around Nolan's second movie. Thats would have been a reboot vs reboot andDC ok'ed it too before it got tanked. Today you have 2 batman's and possibly 3 completely different batman universes and no explaination as to why or how. Batman seems oversaturated and polluted these days.

      I don't see spiderman changing actors just moving into sony verse story line with venom and all the stuff stony wants and try there shot at a saga like mcu.

      well that was exactly what disney first offered before sony said no to it.



      I read that's because Universal owns hulk theatrical rights. So technically all 3 were Universal. With the 3rd co-oped by disney. Seems the contract is Disney can't make a hulk lead movie only Universal can. They can make him a supporting character as much as they want. Plus when Unversal pooped on all 3 shots. MCU instead locked down ruffalo contract for their saga. I think actor contracts effects everything for any continuing storyline otherwise your stuck in reboot loop.

      It wouldn't surprise me if MCU either dramatically kills spiderman in phase 4 to end the relationship altogether with sony. Or introduce "sony verse" in an mcu movie maybe around dr.strange's multiverse movie. A gratuitous gesture for future relationship.With the latter explaining for both to co-exist side by side equally for future negotiations to continue and if studio who owns the rights goes off the reservation. Kinda just like in the comics with new writers I guess if you think about it. It completely falls in line with a "multiverse" story line vs confusing audiences and fan bases of both theatrical and comics. The only problem now is making sure they tie up the actor affordably before either invest further.
      TX for the extra info but I just couldn't be bothered w their reasons. It's too soon for me personally and it's just a confusing ball of mess so they won't be getting any $$ from me. Even for free I couldn't be bothered to watch them.
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