The latest extra from the Spider-Man: Homecoming Blu-ray has arrived online, showing all the bloopers from the set of the film. Marvel is currently preparing for the release of Thor: Ragnarok, but with the release of Homecoming on Digital HD, a number of the film’s extras have been arriving online. Things kicked off yesterday with the first 10 minutes of the film being released online, and we’ve also seen deleted scenes and featurette that includes clips from Tom Holland’s audition tape.

Earlier today, the first deleted scene from Spider-Man: Homecoming arrived and offered fans more time with Donald Glover’s Aaron Davis. In the clip, we not only get to see Davis hilariously struggle with Spidey’s webbing, but we also get further confirmation that Miles Morales exists in the MCU. Following that clip, two more deleted scenes arrived, offering all sorts of Easter eggs and references to the larger universe.

CINEMAND has the blooper reel from Spider-Man: Homecoming, and it features all sorts of jokes and botched takes. We see Tom Holland with a great deadpan, an ill-timed sneeze from the movie’s villain, and more of Captain America’s fitness PSAs.

Along with all of the deleted scenes and the blooper reel, the Homecoming Blu-ray and DVD will come packed full of extras and featurettes. In fact, a few of them have already been previewed for fans. Yesterday, a new behind-the-scenes video was teased, with the release of a clip where Kevin Smith discusses the film adaptation. That was followed today by Stan Lee exploring the origins of the Vulture and how he was brought to life on screen.

For all of the bonus material, fans will have to pick up a physical copy of the film. Still, it’s clear that a lot of the content will arrive online beforehand. In the meantime, fans are eager to see what the future will bring for Spider-Man. We know his next film will take place right after Avengers 4, but the details of the plot and players will probably be kept secret for some time.

Source: CINEMAND

Spider-Man: Homecoming is now available on Digital HD. It will also be available on DVD and Blu-ray from October 17th, 2017.

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