We Have Bad News For Disney+ Subscribers Waiting for ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’…
The MCU’s latest installment of their Peter Parker saga has been one of the biggest movies of the year; unfortunately, we have bad news for Disney+ subscribers waiting for Spider-Man: No Way Home.
A clear triumph for Marvel and Sony, Spider-Man: No Way Home has exceeded its incredible expectations to become one of the biggest films of all time.
Surpassing $1 billion at the box office during the incredibly difficult pandemic era has surprised many, with the film clearing establishing itself as one of the greatest Peter Parker stories of all time.
The partnership between Marvel- the architects of the illustrious incomparable MCU- and Sony has been going smoothly, but it appears as though the downside of their collaboration could mean a long wait for Disney fans expecting to watch the film on the Disney exclusive streaming service.
With the rights to Spider-Man firmly supplanted at Sony, we have bad news for Disney+ subscribers waiting for Spider-Man: No Way Home.
ComicBook.com has recently reported a deal Marvel made with the owners of the Spider-Man rights that would allow Spider-Man: No Way Home- and some past Spider-Man films- eventually arrive for Disney+ subscribers; an arrival, however, that won’t be for a while.
It is reported that due to Sony’s previous agreements with Netflix, the film is required to spend time on the streaming giant before it makes an appearance on Disney+, with makes the question of when it will arrive on Disney+ even more complicated.
We know that Sony films, including Spider-Man: No Way Home, all premiere on Netflix following a 9-month theatrical run, with the specified time they’re allowed on Netlfix being an unknown; which makes it even more unclear as to when the film will make its way onto Disney+ and Hulu.
With the film arriving on Digital platforms, such as Vudu, on February 28th for $19.99, it appears as though fans will likely not have Spider-Man films on Disney+ until 2023.