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(Pocket-lint) – Spider-Man: No Way Home – the third Tom Holland Spider-Man movie – has been hugely successful since its cinematic release in December.

It is one of the top 10 grossing films of all time and is also highly critically regarded.

However, you might not have managed to get to a theatre to see it yourself. Or you just fancy another watch. Either way, here’s when and how you can see the latest MCU timeline film from the comfort of your own sofa – with the surprise news that it’s coming sooner than expected.

How to watch Spider-Man: No Way Home at home

The availability of Spider-Man: No Way Home moved forward a week, probably because of a leak of the digital version of the movie online:

US

Where to pre-order Spider-Man: No Way Home in HD or SD: Amazon Prime Video

Where to pre-order Spider-Man: No Way Home in 4K HDR: Amazon Prime Video

Where to pre-order Spiderman: No Way Home in 4K Dolby Vision: Apple iTunes

It costs $19.99 to buy on Prime Video no matter which version you choose – UHD, HD or SD. Prices may vary on other digital movie services.

The DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray disc versions are also available to pre-order in the US, with delivery from 12 April.

UK

Where to pre-order Spider-Man: No Way Home in HD or SD: Amazon Prime Video

Where to pre-order Spider-Man: No Way Home in 4K HDR: Amazon Prime Video

Where to pre-order Spiderman: No Way Home in 4K Dolby Vision: Apple iTunes

You can buy it for £13.99 to download and keep from Amazon Prime Video, Apple and others.

The DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray disc versions are available to pre-order now too with delivery listed as 4 April.

It will be coming to Sky Cinema and Now on 15 July.

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Will Spider-Man: No Way Home stream on Disney+?

Like its most recent predecessors, Spider-Man: No Way Home is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe but is made by Sony rather than Disney, so we’re not likely to see it on Disney+ anytime soon.

Indeed, almost all of Sony’s Spider-Man movies can currently be found on Netflix instead (in the UK, at least). Sony also currently has an streaming exclusivity deal with Starz in the US, so it’ll almost certainly appear there after its paid streaming run.

It’s not all bad news though. Sony and Disney have signed a deal to eventually migrate the Spider-Man films to Disney+, but that won’t kick in until 2023 at least.

Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer and details

It’s hard to write about Spider-Man: No Way Home without revealing some major plot spoilers, so we won’t.

It once again stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, while Zendaya and Jacob Batalon return as MJ and Ned respectively. Benedict Cumberbatch guests as Doctor Strange.

You can see the latest trailer below…

It’s also worth watching the Loki TV series on Disney+ first. Some of the themes may or may not be relevant – wink, wink.

Writing by Rik Henderson. Editing by Chris Hall.





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