My daughter just asked me why the Spider-Man movies aren’t on Disney+.
Other Marvel-character movies are there, so why was there a huge Spider-Man shaped hole in the Disney+ universe?
Well, guess what!
The Spider-Man movies have dropped onto Disney+, much to the cheers and sheer joy of my nerdy family.
You might notice that not all of the Spider-Man movies are there. Like, why is Tom Holland missing in action?
The Spidey-centric films are actually going to have staggered drop dates.
Sam Raimi’s trilogy — with Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker — and The Amazing Spider-Man — with Andrew Garfield — dropped onto the Disney+ streaming platform today.
We will have to wait until May 12th for Homecoming and Venom — but that’s just right around the corner!
Disney promises us that more Spider-Man titles will be coming later this year.
Spider-Man is part of the Sony franchise, so Disney has had a bit of trouble getting the films.
If you simply can’t wait to see the Spidey movies, most of them are available on other streaming platforms — like Netflix — though sometimes you will have to pay to rent or buy the flick.
What do you think? Are you as excited as my family to see the Spider-Man films hit Disney+?