Warning: minor spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home below.
The tense wait for the film’s December 15, 2021 release date led to a very successful opening, grossing $751 million at the global box office.
Even watching the trailer, we knew the movie would be filled with Easter eggs.
To make sure they’ve spotted them all, many fans want to watch the movie at home.
However, since the rights to Spider-Man: No Way Home are jointly owned by Marvel and Sony, it’s unclear which streaming platform will host the final film in Tom Holland’s trilogy.
Here’s when we might expect to see Spider-Man: No Way Home on streaming platforms – and where it might appear.
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What is the streaming release date for Spider-Man: No Way Home?
Starz will have the rights to Spider-Man: No Way Home for 18 months after its release date, which brings us to July 2023.
It’s unclear if Starz has exclusive rights, but other platforms may not be able to show No Way Home until after this date.
By then, the Spider-Man movies could have reached Disney Plus, allowing No Way Home to be watched on Disney’s platform alongside other MCU movies.
When will Spider-Man: No Way Home be released on DVD?
However, you will be able to purchase Spider-Man: No Way Home on DVD, with an estimated release date of March 2022.
You’ll also likely be able to buy a digital version of the film on Amazon Video and iTunes around the same time.
Which streaming platform will Spider-Man: No Way Home appear on?
Spider-Man movies are slightly harder to find on streaming platforms than other MCU movies.
This is because Sony owns the rights to the Spider-Man properties instead of Disney, so they don’t appear on Disney Plus.
Currently, most Spider-Man movies from all three releases are available to stream on Netflix in the UK.
So far, it’s been announced that Starz, Lionsgate’s streaming service, has secured the initial pay-per-view rights to Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Sony hasn’t said anything more about which other streaming platforms might get the rights to No Way Home down the line as well.
However, there is a rumor that Sony and Disney have reached an agreement that the Spider-Man movies will eventually stream on Disney Plus, but there is no confirmed date for that.