Spider-Man fans will feel their “Spidey” sense as his hero’s movies are finally swinging on Disney Plus — but the hugely popular Spider-Man: No Way Home isn’t among them.
The Amazing Spider-Man
Joining the streaming service on Friday (June 17) are Spider-Man (2002), Spider-Man 2 (2004), The Amazing Spider-Man (2012), The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), and Spider-Man Homecoming (2014). Strangely missing from the Webtastic line-up are Spider-Man 3 and Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Spider-Man: No Way Home – Re-release in US theaters on September 2
An expanded version of the previous installment – Spider-Man: No Way Home – re-released in US theaters on September 2, with an announcement regarding the UK dates expected soon. The phenomenal success starring Tom Holland This “more fun version” of the Marvel movie includes deleted scenes from the original theatrical release as well as a whole host of other surprises.
No Way Home was released last year
which grossed £1.5bn at the global box office, becoming the first player to hit the $1bn mark (£746.4m) since 2019. An anomaly between Marvel films, the Spider-Man franchise owned by Sony Pictures. and near — so fans thought they’d never see their web-slinging hero on Disney Plus.
Still a disappointing look on the streaming platform
Although the Marvel Cinematic Universe (an on-screen story shared among countless superheroes) – is still disappointingly incomplete on the streaming platform, especially for those looking to watch the sprawling saga in sequence.