Spider-Man: Far From Home has come out to be the highest-grossing Sony film of all time, and the movie is set to hit digital today. The home release is packed with special features, and a new preview teases over an hour of bonus content.
Besides the behind-the-scenes featurettes and bloopers, the home release also comes with a short film called Peter's To-Do List. The short basically includes the deleted scenes from the film that have Peter getting his passport, visiting Delmar's, and taking down a gang in the Iron Spider suit. These scenes were actually spliced into the extended version of Spider-Man: Far From Home, and I personally think it would have been better if they were released that way instead of a completely separate short film.
For now, fans seem to be celebrating what looks to be Spider-Man's final movie in the MCU. A lot of people were sure that the movie earning big was going to cement the deal between Sony and Marvel, but instead, we got the opposite of Disney and Sony going separate ways, and Sony taking Spider-Man with them.
Though fans had a lot of hopes for Disney and Sony to land a new deal, the "door" is said to be closed for now. With Spider-Man 3 aiming for a release in 2021 though, there's still a lot of time for negotiations to open again. Let's just hope Sony and Marvel land a new deal soon before they start production for the movie.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is available on digital today and hits Blu-Ray on Oct. 1.