On the eve of Spider-Man: Homecoming‘s Blu-ray release, Collider has conjured up an exclusive featurette designed to take us closer to Peter Parker’s bleeding-edge suit.
Initially conceived by Tony Stark, Parker’s prized asset is almost outdated by the time Homecoming finishes, as Stark went ahead and built a new iteration for the young Web-Head. Peter Parker refused, of course, but we can still look forward to seeing that suit on the big screen in next year’s Avengers: Infinity War.
Closer to home, this insightful featurette recounts the overall design, and brings us interviews with Tom Holland and Jon Watts, both of whom are set to return for the film’s untitled sequel in two years’ time. Indeed, Spider-Man: Homecoming is already available on Digital HD, but tomorrow will see Marvel’s standalone pic scurry onto Blu-ray and DVD. And just like Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 before it, the home video release comes packing a slew of extras, including 10 deleted scenes, a gag reel, and more PSAs from Captain America.
But today’s clip is one of seven featurettes included in Homecoming‘s home video launch, and you can find further details on the remaining six, below:
- “A Tangled Web” Kevin Feige details how Homecoming came to be and its integration in the constantly evolving Marvel Cinematic Universe.
- “Searching for Spider-Man” explores the casting process and what makes Tom the perfect Peter Parker as witnessed from his audition tape.
- Meet Homecoming’s adrenaline-craving stunt specialists in “Spidey Stunts,” as they crawl, swing and leap from great heights, and discover why Tom Holland rarely needed a stunt double.
- “Aftermath” features Kevin Feige and the producers filling in the blanks between the Battle of New York and whereHomecoming begins.
- Explore Michael Keaton’s villainous turn in “The Vulture Takes Flight” and learn why he demands Peter Parker’s fear and respect.
- Tom Holland and Jacob Batalon (Ned) discuss the humorous realities of life with superpowers in “Pros and Cons of Spider-Man.”
Per his current Marvel contract, Tom Holland will reprise his role as the Web-Head once Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 scurries into theaters on July 5th, 2019. It’ll be emerging from the shadow of Infinity War and Avengers 4, which are due to arrive on May 4th, 2018 and May 3rd, 2019, respectively.