‘No Way Home’ Beats ‘Endgame’ in Digital Sales; to Release 80 Minutes Extended Cut on March 22

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(from left) Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Toby Maguire behind the scenes of the pointing-finger meme recreation in the 80 minutes extended cut trailer

Spider-Man: No Way Home was a huge hit since its premiere in theaters in early December 2021. When the announcement for the digital media release dates was made, the record-breaking sales indicate how much fans have been looking forward to the movie that depicts all of Spider-Man from all generations finding its way to everyone’s home.

‘No Way Home’ beats ‘Endgame’ in digital sales

The Direct reportedly says in its report that fans are more excited to see three Spider-Men on their home media than they are to see all of the world’s mightiest heroes joined together to battle against the greatest villain the universe has ever known.

According to reports, Vudu has announced that Spider-Man: No Way Home has surpassed all previous digital movie sales records. With its pre-order purchases, it has now surpassed the previous sales record set by The Avengers: Endgame.

The report also stated that if Tom Holland’s latest film was released at a time before the pandemic, it may have easily outperformed the last Avengers film in terms of box office and it would have likely remained as the highest-grossing film, unlike Endgame.

The movie’s 80 minutes extended cut

Seeing the rare team-up of Toby Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland as Spider-Man from all alternative universes on screen, it is with no doubt and question why it has easily dominated the box office and broke numerous film records in history. The “spandex trio” was the main reason why fans are so hyped up for its digital release, fueled by the rumors of an extended cut inclusion in it.

With this, according to Hypebeast, Sony has confirmed in a Twitter post that an 80 minutes extended cut is definitely included in its digital release on March 22.

The said 80 minutes extended cut would feature the film’s new and behind-the-scenes content. To make the fans more excited about it, Sony took the privilege to release a trailer showing what fans should expect in the extended cut. The trailer included the trio recreating the iconic finger-pointing meme.

Spider-Man: No Way Home will be available digitally on March 22 and on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray on April 12. Fans may still see the film in theaters globally.

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