It’s no secret that Sony Pictures Studios and Marvel Studios have had their issues in the past, but it seems the companies have recently buried the hatchet. This is great news for fans for a couple of reasons…
Although the never-ending line-up of Marvel movies can be found on Disney’s streaming service, the MCU Spider-man movies have always been suspiciously missing.
Is the War Over Spider-man Finally Over?
However, Marvel and Sony’s latest deal has resulted in each Spider-man (Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and even Tom Holland) appearing on Disney Plus. And that’s not all, Tom Hardy’s Venom (2018) film will also appear on the streaming service.
According to a report by The Direct, Disney+ will eventually be home to the ultimate Spider-man movie: No Way Home (2021). So Guests will be able to watch all three actors portraying Peter Parker at once, in the same place.
All Three Spider-men, and Then Some…
This new deal is ultimately a win/win for both companies, but it’s an even bigger win for Spider-man fans. Now, a litany of Spider-man movies will be easily available in the same place, making a movie marathon more convenient than ever.
Not only that, but it’s no secret that audiences want more of Spider-man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and this deal may get us one step closer to that reality.
Fans Just Can’t Get Enough of the Amazing Spider-man
Spider-Man: No Way Home left Peter Parker with a totally clean slate, in a crappy apartment with no money, friends, or family to support him along the way. Now that MCU’s Peter Parker is where the underdog was always supposed to be (rock-bottom), fans can’t help but wonder what’ll happen to him next.
After all, things can only get better from here for the wall-crawler…