‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ has Finally Arrived on a Streaming Platform
It was one of the biggest films of the post-pandemic era, and it is among the most successful films of all time; after much uncertainty from the fanbase, it appears as though Spider-Man: No Way Home finally has found its streaming home.
There are few films that have ever been able to reach the heights both critically and financially than were achieved by the tremendous Spider-Man: No Way Home.
The movie celebrated who is the greatest creation in the history of the comic book medium, and brought together what was like three generations of Peter Parker performers on the big screen, all culminating in a cinematic event that is among the most ambitious projects in the industry has ever seen.
It was a film that reset the post-pandemic film market, as it seemingly restored movie going following a year-long COVID-19 pandemic that nearly devastated the entire movie-making business as an entity, and threatened the ability for these big budget films to earn back what they use to make them.
It was an undeniable critical hit and has become both one of the most successful films that Marvel Studios has ever developed, and the most successful film in the history of Sony Pictures, as it was a true Spider-Man film through and through.
With the film dominating the box office and proving to be a tremendous theatrical success, many fans were clamoring for the time they could consume it on a streaming platform; with controversy soon arising over just where the film could be found on the plethora of streaming platforms that exist today.
AFter must controversy and uncertainty, we finally have our answer, as Spider-Man: No Way Home finally has a streaming platform to call home, as ComicBook.com has reported that the film has officially debuted on the Starz app this weekend for the first time.
With many fans wanting the film to come to Disney+, but the Sony deal convoluted that possibility, this does mark the final Sony film set to arrive on Starz, as a new deal has signified that all 2022 releases will arrive on Disney+ after an 18-month window on Netflix.