to moveAnd The biggest film of the year is going to hit the theaters soon.
That’s right, the highly anticipated Spider-Man: Holland is already , not to mention and possibly record for Spidey has once faced off in live-action movies.Running on December 17th. Marvel-Sony Sequel Starring Tom
This is going to be a complete disaster. To get down to it all, read everything you need to know about watching Spider-Man: No Way Home.
What is the release date?
No Way Home is scheduled to hit theaters exclusively in the US on Friday, December 17th. Watch for reviews of After the Flood on December 13, when the film premieres in Los Angeles.
Is No Way Home Coming to Disney Plus?
Long story short: Maybe, but not for the time being.
Laterand so on, Of course, you’d expect the latest Marvel blockbuster to follow the same schedule on Disney’s streaming platform: 45 days after the film’s theatrical release.
but it’s a marvel studio And The film is produced by Sony, so the playing field is a little different. Thanks to Sony’s deal with Starz, No Way Home is set to hit the TV service exclusively early next year, following the film’s home release (usually about three months after its theatrical release).
Disney has access to Spider-Man content, but No Way Home likely won’t show up on Disney Plus until shortly after its run on Starz.
What do I need to know before watching the movie?
If you’re a novice to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I’m surprised you’ve made it this far. But here are some basics to help you keep track of what’s going on.
No Way Home is part of Phase Four of the MCU, delving into the concept of the multiverse.
Thanks to the trailers, we know thatOutside the MCU, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are returning to face Tom Holland’s protagonist, playing the web-slinger.
These include the villains Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina), Electro (Jamie Foxx), The Sandman (Thomas Hayden Church) and The Lizard (Rice Ifan), some of whom were last seen in a Spidey live-action film. had appeared. more than a decade ago.
Plus, we last saw Holland’s Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Far From Home, when the world discovered his secret identity as Spider-Man. The outing convinces Peter to cast a spell to the mighty magician Doctor Strange that brings everything back to normal. No, things don’t go according to plan.
record breaking trailer
Here are the main trailers so far, including the first trailer that broke it,