Spider-Man: Far From Home is a total hit, but when can we bring it home on DVD and Blu-ray?
After the MCU's blockbuster juggernaut - Avengers: Endgame - stormed cinemas in April, it seemed a little odd that Spider-Man: Far From Home would be concluding phase three. Fans were a little sceptical at first, but it turns out we all really needed something lighter after the crushing blows of the fourth Avengers instalment.
Peter Parker's second solo-venture is a blast from start to finish, offering imagination, lots of comedy, and even some emotional punch at exactly the right moments.
It may not be a superhero epic, but arguably, it's exactly what a Spider-Man movie should be, ensuring that the studio's prestigious third phase ended on a dizzying high.
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A box-office smash!
Considering Endgame is the second highest-grossing movie of all time, Far From Home really had a lot to live up to at the box-office.
Sure, it's not exactly likely to catch up to three-hour epic, but still, it absolutely raked it in.
As of writing this, Box Office Mojo acknowledges that it currently boasts a worldwide gross of $1,128,421,410. Needless to say, its financial performance has completely surpassed expectations.
In reflection of phase three's commercial performance, phase four is surely set to blow us - and our wallets - away.
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When is out on DVD and Blu-ray?
The good news is that Endgame has been available on DVD, Blu-ray, 3D and 4K since Monday, September 2nd 2019.
And now you can pair it with Spider-Man: Far From Home!
The movie is currently available for digital download and will arrive on Blu Ray on Monday, November 11th 2019. You can pre-order it now on Amazon.
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Ready for more Tom Holland?
His entrance in Captain America: Civil War really turned heads, and after reprising Spidey a number of times, Holland has become a key player in Hollywood.
He's lending his voice to Spies in Disguise, The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle and Pixar's Onward, but most notably, he's tackling the role of Nathan Drake in the 2020 Uncharted adaptation; a move nobody really saw coming.
That's not all though, as he'll also appear in Antonio Campos' (Simon Killer) The Devil All the Time, a thriller taking place at the end of World War II starring Robert Pattinson and more.
Then, there's also Cherry, which will see the star reunite with the Russo Brothers for a tale of a troubled bank robber out to settle his debts. He has a great deal in store, clearly.
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