Tom Holland’s Spider-Man has easily become one of the most loved heroes in all of pop culture. His casting in Captain America: Civil War was a big win for Marvel Studios and was arguably one of the best decisions it could have made. Now, that move has led to Marvel Studios and Sony creating yet another record-shattering film with Spider-Man: No Way Home.
That’s not to say his previous movies were any less. While they didn’t score the same kind of box office, both Homecoming and Far From Home were loved across the board. Both of their antagonists, Michael Keaton’s Vulture and Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio, are generally considered some of the best comic book movie villains to hit the big screen. In fact, Holland’s first solo outing is widely considered by fans to be one of the best Spider-Man movies to date.
Now, for those who want some nostalgia, new 4K clips from both Homecoming and Far From Home have been officially released, showcasing some of Holland's best moments under the mask.
Spider-Man's 4K Homecoming
Over the past few weeks, official 4K clips from both Spider-Man: Homecoming and Far From Home have been released by Marvel Studios and Sony on the webhead's official YouTube channel.
The first shows Peter swinging in on a weapon drop, only to goof and accidentally terrorize a local neighborhood:
Right after that scene is when Michael Keaton gets his first big villain moment in Homecoming, as seen below.
Then, there's the scene where Spider-Man goes up against the Vulture for the first time—it doesn't go all that well:
Probably one of the most iconic scenes in Homecoming is where Spidey visits the Washington Monument just in time to save his best friends, which is showcased in the clip below:
Moving on to Far From Home, fans can re-live the faux elemental invasion of Venice:
Finally, but far from least, is the scene depicting the incredible Mysterio illusion sequence:
The Best Of Tom Holland in the MCU
It's a little strange how these clips are only now being released, as Homecoming was originally released nearly five years ago. But then again, with the Spidey craze, anything with the webhead is fair game.
One of the big things these clips brought back up was Donald Glover’s Aaron Davis, who in the comics goes on to be the Prowler, not to mention being Miles Morales’ uncle.
It is certainly a big loose thread that needs to be picked back up. With the Blip, Miles would be five years older, so bringing his uncle back into the picture could lead to those now-iconic characters getting a proper footing in the MCU.
Also, the perfection of the Mysterio illusion sequence cannot be overstated. It's hard to believe any Spidey fan could ever get tired of watching it, so it's nice of Marvel to have released the clip in high quality so that it can be watched endlessly.
Spider-Man: Homecoming and Far From Home can be purchased in 4K on home media or digitally.