The Spider-Boys Share Some Spider-Hugs In Spider-Man: No Way Home Featurette

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" is finally available on digital, which means if you've somehow pulled off the impossible feat of avoiding spoilers for the past four months, you will finally be rewarded for your patience! Personally, I find it hard to believe that there's anyone left who's not in the know about all the big surprises Marvel tried to keep on the down-low. For one thing, even the studio itself is now ignoring the spoiler moratorium by openly referencing one of their biggest surprises

And then there are the ridiculously large box office profits, which indicate that the majority of people who care about Marvel's tights and fights have already made their way to theaters to see the web-crawlers latest adventure. But, fine, dear reader, I'll choose my words carefully all the same — while some would argue that spoilers aren't the end of the world, people tend to get pretty crabby when it comes to MCU surprises.

After shattering a couple of box office records, "No Way Home" has made more than $1.8 billion globally and is one of the highest-grossing movies ever. While it's still playing in some theaters, the film is now branching out to make some money on digital and Blu-ray, which is sure to glean some interest with the promise of over 80 minutes of new and behind-the-scenes content, specials, and, yes, a blooper reel. To keep the hype train chugging along, Marvel is spoiling fans with all sorts of enticing featurettes including one that features Kevin Feige discussing the "butterflies" he had in planning meetings for the film because of, well, y'know, the very special gathering we get at the end. I'll put it this way — if you're a spoiler-avoiding ninja and somehow clicked on this article with absolutely no knowledge of what goes down in "No Way Home," then prepare yourself for some spoilers. But if you have seen the movie or simply live your life in spoiler mania, then check out the featurette below!

Getting the Spiders together

Three Peter Parkers have united and it feels so good! Marvel has been on a roll with these featurettes lately, dropping us bite-sized glimpses of what went down behind-the-scenes of the Peter Parker multiversal mindf**k. Even though folks suspected this was in the cards as early as the first trailer for "No Way Home," it was still a gleeful delight to see Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland share the screen in their Spidey suits — just as it's thrilling to see them filming their memorable moments together. 

The collaboration was obviously joyous for everyone involved and the three Peter's are openly embracing their Spidey-based brotherhood! But "No Way Home" isn't all geeking out and giggles, as director Jon Watts points out above. Bringing these three together also carried plenty of emotional weight as Holland's Peter went through some massive life changes, and the Spidey Brethren helped him find the right path forward. And when you think about it, t's a good thing that Andrew Garfield's bright smile was there to balance out the rest of this movie's sadness.

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" is now available on digital and hits ​​DVD, 4K Ultra HD, and Blu-ray on April 12, 2022. While the movie can currently be rented or purchased on all major VOD sites like Google Play and Apple, it won't be joining Disney+ anytime soon, as Sony projects don't tend to land on the streamer.