In Spider-Man: No Way Home, Tom Holland’s Peter Parker and Dr. Strange unwittingly tilt the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a new direction by opening the multiverse.
Table of Contents
- Where to Watch Every Spider Man Movie in Order (Updated)
- Are Spider Man movies on Disney+?
- Where & How to Watch ‘Spider Man: No Way Home’ on Streaming
The best way you can prepare for this shift in MCU’s reality is by watching Spider-Man films starring Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield as the friendly neighborhood masked crusader.
Villains from older Spider-Man films such as Doctor Octopus (played by Alfred Molina) have already appeared in the trailer for No Way Home.
The Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), Electro (Jaime Foxx) and Sandman (Thomas Hayden Church) will be among the villains emerging from alternate Spider-Man universes.
Spider Man: No Way Home debuted in theaters on Dec. 17, but fans are now wondering when it will debut on streaming. As explained below, Spider Man: No Way Home should debut on STARZ in 2022. But for now, the movie is an affordable rental through Amazon Prime and Apple TV for $5.99.
Maguire first swung into action nearly two decades ago as the masked web-slinger so it’s not surprising that fans might not recall every detail from the early movies released in the 2000s.
To get a fuller appreciation of what Holland’s Parker will face in No Way Home, here is a breakdown of where you can watch every Spider-Man movie on streaming.
Where to Watch Every Spider Man Movie in Order (Updated)
There have been 8 Spider-Man movies since 2002, including the much-loved animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Maguire played Spider-Man in three films directed by Sam Raimi. Those first three films were available on Peacock, but now they are free to stream on Plex.
You will need a subscription or free trial to STARZ to watch Spider-Man: Homecoming.
In early 2022, a number of Spider-Man films were available on TNT, TBS and TruTV, but are currently not on those networks. That is expected to soon change with at least one Spider-Man film.
Tobey Maguire Spider-Man movies
- Spider-Man (2002) – Currently available on TBS starting May 15 via DIRECTV STREAM (free 5-day trial)
- Spider-Man 2 (2004) – Rent via Amazon Prime Video ($2.99) or Apple TV ($3.99)
- Spider-Man 3 (2007) – Rent via Amazon Prime Video ($3.99) or Apple TV ($3.99)
Andrew Garfield Spider-Man movies
- The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) – Rent via Amazon Prime Video ($2.99)
- The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) – Rent via Amazon Prime Video ($2.99) or Apple TV ($3.99)
Tom Holland Spider-Man movies
- Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) – Currently on STARZ (watch with a free 7-day trial).
- Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) – Rent via VUDU ($2.99)
- Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) — Rent via Amazon Prime Video or Apple TV
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) – Rent via VUDU ($2.99)
Are Spider Man movies on Disney+?
At the moment, you won’t find any of the Spider-Man films tied to the Marvel Cinematic Universe on Disney+. Spider-Man: No Way Home was produced by Marvel Studios and Sony.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is expected to make its streaming debut on STARZ due to an earlier deal it made with Sony. Eventually, the film will make its way to Disney+, but that may not happen until 2023.
Where & How to Watch ‘Spider Man: No Way Home’ on Streaming
Spider-Man: No Way Home was the must-see movies for MCU fans in 2021. Even old-school fans who liked Maguire swinging back into action got their fill.
Starz CEO Jeffrey Hirsch told investors in February that Spider-Man: No Way Home should be available to stream on STARZ within the next six months. That means, you could see the film hit the streaming service by this summer.
Keep in mind that typically, a video on-demand service gives you 30 days to watch the movie once you pay for the rental. But once you hit play, you only have 48 hours to watch the movie.
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