Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are back in the spotlight as their respective Spider-Men thanks to their efforts at Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures. Spider-Man: No Way Home. Additionally, fans in numerous countries outside the United States are celebrating as most of Maguire and Garfield’s solo films have made their way onto Disney+ alongside the Disney-produced MCU.
With Sony owning the rights to the big-screen web-slinger, Spider-Man’s relationship with Disney has been complicated, particularly with Spidey, who has starred in half a dozen MCU outings. Recently, The House of Mouse didn’t even include the events of No way home in a Disney+ preview for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madnessalthough these two films are closely linked.
On a more positive note, however, Maguire and Garfield’s addition of their films to Disney+ bodes well for fans hoping to enjoy more Marvel history in one place, as they sit alongside the 20th Century Fox-acquired X- Move Men movies. And as for their specific home within the service, it seems fans won’t have to look far for these new Spider-Man additions.
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Where are Spider-Man movies landing on Disney+?
Disney+ recently added five Sony Pictures Spider-Man films to the streaming service, including the first two of Tobey Maguire’s three films, both solo outings by Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland Spider-Man: No Way Home. These films are now available to stream in the UK and Canada, among others.
These five films have been added to the Spider-Verse category on Disney+, which also includes all of the Spider-Man animated TV shows from the 1980s and 1990s. The other MCU movies starring Tom Holland’s Spider-Man are also shown here, as well as a few others.
Spider-Verse section on Disney+ topping up
While Disney may not have access to everything Spidey for Disney+ in every region, the collection of web-based listings is steadily growing with every update.
Since this is Sony’s first addition of live-action Spider-Man movies, it seems Disney intended to keep everything tied to the web-slinger in one place. Maguire and Garfield now have a chance to shine alongside a long history of pre-MCU animated web projects, though it’s unclear how that will pan out in the near future.
Both Netflix and Starz are on the verge of keeping some of the old Spider-Man films before they could all move to Disney+, which could take effect as early as next year. As Sony’s relationship with Marvel and Disney+ continues, hopefully there will be more clarity on these questions, and the hope is that all of Maguire, Garfield, and Holland’s solo films will share a streaming house before long.