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Unlike films featuring other Avengers, movies starring Spider-Man aren’t on Disney Plus. Instead, they’re spread across multiple streaming services, and some films are only available to rent or buy individually.

Though Marvel Studios owns the big-screen rights to most of its characters, Sony has held the movie rights to “Spider-Man” since 1999. However, Sony decided to partner with Marvel to bring the character into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) in 2016.

As part of the deal, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man made his debut in “Captain America: Civil War.” Sony and Marvel then co-produced “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” “Far From Home,” and “No Way Home” as joint projects.

Earlier this year, Sony and Disney agreed on a larger deal that will bring Sony’s theatrical releases to Disney Plus after an initial


streaming

run on


Netflix

. That deal will cover films released between 2022 and 2026, and could allow for older “Spider-Man” films to move to Disney Plus after their Netflix exclusivity ends.

Right now, however, “Spider-Man” movies remain split across streaming services. To make it easy to catch up on each film, we rounded up details on where to watch every “Spider-Man” movie released so far.

Where to watch every ‘Spider-Man’ movie

Every “Spider-Man” movie is available to stream at home, but only select films are available on subscription services. The remaining titles currently require a one-time rental or purchase fee through a video-on-demand retailer, like Vudu, to watch.

The three classic “Spider-Man” films starring Tobey Maguire are not currently available on any subscription streaming services. To watch them at home, you need to rent or buy each movie from a digital retailer like Vudu and Amazon. You can also currently stream the movie’s through the TNT, TBS, or TruTV apps if you have a pay-TV provider with those channels.

The first “Amazing Spider-Man” movie starring Andrew Garfield is also only available to rent or buy. “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” however, can be streamed on the FX Now app if you have FX with your cable subscription.

The first two MCU “Spider-Man” films with Tom Holland are currently split between services. You can watch “Spider-Man: Homecoming” on Starz ($9/month). The sequel, “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” is currently available to stream on FX Now, but only if you have the FX cable channel through a pay-TV provider. 

The latest entry in the franchise, “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” became available to stream on March 15, but it’s currently only available to buy for $20. Digital rentals of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” are expected to arrive at a later date.

Starz CEO Jeffrey Hirsch recently said “Spider-Man: No Way Home” should also be available on Starz within the next six months. You can subscribe directly to Starz for $9 a month; a current deal offers three months for $5 or six months for $20.

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