Spider-Man: Homecoming was yet another successful venture for Marvel Studios. Tom Holland brilliantly stepped into the superhero’s shoes and gave fans a slightly younger Spidey still exploring his new abilities.
Now post the release of the movie, some details about its Blu-Ray/DVD release have been revealed and it contains some really good news for the web slinger’s fans.
Comicbook.com reported that it was revealed just some time back that the Blu-Ray copy of Spider-Man: Homecoming will feature extra content, which will last for over an hour. Ever since the news broke, fans have been really excited to know what would be included in it.
Some details about the extra content have been revealed now and it reportedly includes ten deleted scenes from the movie, which sees more of Holland’s Spider-Man. These scenes feature some stunts, gag reels, featurettes and much more.
Talking about stunts, a behind the scene video was also released from the movie, which shows how the filmmakers shot the popular Washington Monument scene. MTV reported the featurette and also gave a description of how the makers managed to nail the shot.
It involved a lot of hard work and dedication from Holland who in collaboration with stunt coordinator George Cottle tried to incorporate his skills as a gymnast in the scene.
The Avengers: Infinity War star shot for the scene himself and did a lot of jumping while being attached to wires. The scene turned out really well thanks to Holland’s skills as a gymnast which were on full-display and so was the emotions that were riding high during the scene.
During the actual scene, Holland’s Peter Parker finds out that his lady-love is in the same elevator that is about to crash. He climbs the monument and does an almost unbelievable jump from the top of it to crash right into it and grab hold of the elevator.
As of now Holland’s journey as the superhero will continue in Avengers: Infinity War and its sequel. Post that he is also doing a sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming and could be an important part of Marvel phase 4.
Spider-Man: Homecoming releases digitally on Sept. 26 and on Blu-Ray/DVD’s on Oct. 17.
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