Brian Hiatt
August 20, 2004 AT 04:00 AM EDT

After dominating summer box office, the $361 million-earning ”Spider-Man 2” will next aim its webs at holiday shoppers, with a DVD set for a Nov. 30 release. The two-disc set will include commentary tracks from Tobey Maguire, director Sam Raimi, and executive producer Avi Arad, along with several documentaries: ”Making the Amazing,” a 12-part look at the making of the film; ”Eight Arms to Hold You,” a chronicle of the villainous Doc Ock’s evolution; and ”Enter the Web,” an in-depth exploration of the film’s final action sequence.

The DVD will also include a blooper reel, but oddly, it appears that no deleted scenes will be offered, according to a Columbia TriStar press release. For the most avid fans, a ”gift set” version of the film will offer a reprint of ”The Amazing Spider-Man” comic book that inspired the movie’s plot, along with an artwork portfolio and postcards — but alas, no life-size Doc Ock arms.

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