'Spider-Man' and more titles coming to Disney+ after streaming deal with Sony Pictures

Marvel movie fans who’ve been missing Tom Holland’s “Spider-Man” films with the rest of the MCU movies on Disney+ can rejoice, thanks to a new streaming deal between Disney and Sony Pictures.

The agreement will not only eventually bring the Marvel Studios co-production “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and its follow-up “Far From Home” onto Disney’s streaming platform, but all of Sony’s theatrical releases from 2022-2026 like “Uncharted” with Holland and” Bullet Train” with Brad Pitt; Sony’s library of superhero films like “Venom” and the previous “Spider-Man” iterations that were solely produced by Sony.

Blockbuster films like the “Jumanji” and “Hotel Transylvania” films are also included.

The deal also makes those films available to Hulu, and FX, ABC, and other Disney-owned broadcast networks.

PHOTO: Tom Holland appears in a scene in the 2017 film, "Spider-Man, Homecoming."

Earlier this month, Sony signed a deal that gave Netflix first crack — what’s known in the industry as a “pay-one window” — for these titles.

Typically, that window of streaming exclusivity lasts 18 months.

A subscription to Disney+ costs $7.99 per month or $79.99 per year, and a bundle consisting of Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ costs $13.99 per month.

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