Back in 2021, Disney and Sony Pictures inked a multi-year “content licensing agreement” to bring new Sony theatrical releases to Disney-owned platforms. In other words, this meant that the various Sony Spider-Man films over the last two decades could finally be part of the Disney+ streaming service alongside other Spidey related content. Good things come to those who wait because today Disney+ announced that six Spider-Man™ films will be launching on the streaming service in the U.S. this Spring.

The original Spider-Man Sam Raimi trilogy of films starring Toby Maguire Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man 3 as well as The Amazing Spider-Man starring Andrew Garfield will be made available to subscribers on tomrrow April 21, 2023. Then in just a few weeks, Spider-Man: Homecoming, the MCU’s Tom Holland, and Venom will join the service on May 12, 2023.

With the highly-anticipated Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse animated film arriving this summer, the timing couldn’t be better. Here’s hoping the first Into the Spider-Verse film will be available on the Disney+ platform. With any luck, it won’t be long until the sequels to the joint Marvel Studios/Sony productions Far From Home and No Way Home become available on the streaming platform. It’s hard to believe it was only a few years ago that the proverbial honeymoon was over and Sony and Marvel Studios nearly went their separate ways.

The aforementioned Spider-Man: No Way Home managed to simultaneously perfectly wrap up Tom Holland’s tenure as the character while also leaving the door open for him to potential return to the role. Though nothing has officially been announced, rumors have been circulating regarding a potential new MCU Spidey trilogy. And of course, with Avengers: Secret Wars coming down the line promising multiversal chaos, anything is possible. 

According to the press release, additional titles from Sony Pictures’ film and television library are expected to premiere on Disney+ in the U.S. later this year.