Disney+ confirmed when the MCU’s secondSpider-Man movie, Spider-Man: Far From Home, will be released for fans to stream.

Starting in mid-2021, Sony Pictures and Disney agreed to a massive new movie licensing deal that allowed Disney to bring Sony’s superhero movies to Disney+.

The fruits of this partnership started to come to fruition in May 2023 when numerous live-action Spider-Man films made their Disney+ debuts, although fans still wondered when they’d have every wall-crawling title in one spot for viewing.


Disney+ confirmed Spider-Man: Far From Home will be available to stream in the U.S. starting on Friday, November 3.

This comes after numerous other pre-MCU Spider-Man movies have gotten the same treatment, most recently including Andrew Garfield’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in August.

Along with Garfield‘s first film, over a dozen Spider-Man movies and TV shows are currently streaming on Disney+.

On the live-action front, this includes all three of Tobey Maguire’s films directed by Sam Raimi along with Garfield’s Spidey duology and Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: Homecoming.

With Spider-Man: Far From Home now officially set for a Disney+ debut, the big question now is when the MCU trilogy will be complete as fans wait for 2021’s Spider-Man: No Way Home to join the party.

Currently, the film is streaming on Netflix as of October 15 and it’s also making a run on other services like Max, but being the most recent Sony/Disney product will likely mean it will be some time until it hits Disney+.

The most likely bet is that the threequel will join its two predecessors sometime in early or mid-2024, all while fans wait for the Spidey franchise’s next entry within the MCU itself.

But with plans already in the works for what will happen in Spider-Man 4, anticipation is already building to see what Holland has in store for future adventures.

For now, Spider-Man: Far From Home is set to officially hit Disney+ on Friday, November 3.

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