At long last, Spider-Man: Homecoming was added to Disney+ in certain markets around the world. With the addition, the streamer was forced to update its chronological order and reveal the exact location in the timeline where the film takes place. As you might suspect, Disney+ UK is now listing Homecoming between Black Panther and Doctor Strange in advance Avengers: Infinity War.
In addition to Homecoming are both the Sam Raimi Spiderman trilogy and Andrew Garfield’s two Amazing Spider-Man Flicks have been added to the streamer, but due to rights issues they are from different providers in the United States. Since neither object is in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, both have been excluded from the new timeline.
Tobey Maguire (Spiderman) and Garfield both recently appeared in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which grossed a whopping $1.9 billion at the global box office. Sony announced in early June that the film would be hitting theaters this September for a re-release, which will no doubt push it past the $2 billion mark.
“Tobey wanted to be very minimal, as you know. Very, very minimal,” co-writer Chris McKenna said of Maguire’s role in the record-breaking film in a previous interview with Maguire The Hollywood Reporter. “Andrew really loved the idea that he’s still being tortured because of what happened Amazing Spider-Man 2 and where that left him and how they were able to get that to Tom. “We can put ourselves in your shoes. We know what you’re going through. If anyone in the world knows what you’re going through, we do.” But also: “We can be a beacon.”
The author added, “Tobey came through this darkness in particular. We thought it was cool that Andrews Peter was still in the midst of that darkness. They weren’t just here to go.” Two awesome Jedi Knight heroes who show up and are going to help you defeat the villains.” They’re going through their own stuff. We tried to write to the characters that they did such a great job of being really true to these characters and these stories and these worlds so it didn’t feel like we were calling the curtain, fan service.”
states, Spider-Man: Homecoming meanwhile streams on Starz Far away from home is on Hulu and No way home is available wherever films are sold.
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(H/T The Direct)