In the UK, Spider-Man: No Way Home movie released on discs for April 4.
Update June 11: Sony Pictures decided to not release the extended and deleted scenes for home release; in order to bring out a new version of the movie in cinemas on September 2, 2022.
I was expecting to see new content, such as deleted/extended scenes on the blu-ray. However, there were about 82 minutes and 12 seconds of extras, that did not include any of the deleted scenes, that would have been 15 minutes of new footage.
Here is what’s on the UK Blu-ray extra list now:
Bloopers & Gag Reel.
Action Choreography Across the Multiverse.
A Spectacular Spider-Journey with Tom Holland.
Realities Collide, Spiders Unite.
Weaving Jon Watt’s Web.
Alternate Reality Easter Eggs.
A Multiverse of Miscreants.
A Meeting of Spiders – Heroes Panel.
The Sinister Summit – Villains Panel.
The Daily Bugle.
Spider Menace Strikes Again.
Web of Lies.
Stunt Scene Pre-Vis.
Theatrical Marketing Material.
Tom & Jacob Lie Detector.
Tom’s Press Tour.
These are the 5 deleted scenes that were expected to arrive on discs, this was reported on back in February. It’s not clear why they have been excluded in the UK release:
There are also no deleted scenes on the DVD and 4K discs.
How about the US discs?
I’m recieving uncertain news about whether the US will be getting these deleted scenes on April 12. As some blu-ray covers and 4K covers are showing different things. There are some with 80 minutes bonus content and there are other covers revealed to have ’90 minutes bonus with deleted and extended scenes’.
According to Walmart, in the US; the image preview shows 90 minutes with deleted and extended scenes.
Fingers crossed, these do get released!
Update: It’s now April 13, and Spider-Man fans in the US have recieved their physical copies from retailers such as Walmart. There are no deleted scenes for the US versions either. It’s disappointing that shops would falsely advertise the deleted scenes being on covers.
Update April 26, 2022: Walmart has now removed the falsely advertised cover previews and added the 80 minute cover instead.
I reached out to Sony last week; for comment on this situation. There has been no response back.