There’s no doubt: 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' was a huge success. The third installment of Tom Holland’s and MCU’s version of the superhero was the biggest global grosser of last year. The movie has reached $1.9B worldwide, and with a second theatrical release coming, it's going to earn even more. 

The third installment of the 'Homecoming' trilogy, also known as the MCU trilogy, follows Holland's Parker having to deal with the consequences of people knowing his real identity and believing he's a criminal. However, after he asks Doctor Strange for help with a spell, he soons finds himself with more problems as the Multiverse opens up

Of course, the movie served as a big opportunity to bring the most iconic bad guys from previous Spider-Man movies, as well as Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield as their versions of Peter Parker. If you wish to enjoy this film once more (or watch it for the first time), here check out how you can stream it in the US. 

How to stream 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' in the US

It's been a long waiting but 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' is finally coming to streaming services this month. The movie will be available to stream on STARZ on July 15 in the United States. Meanwhile, in Asia the film will be available on Netflix and in Latin America, it will hit HBO Max on July 22. 

When is the digital and VOD release of 'Spider-Man: No Way Home'? 

Sony confirmed that 'No Way Home' will be released on Digital on March 22 and on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray on April 12. You can already preorder the movie in several platforms such as Apple, Prime Video, Google Play, Vudu, Microsoft, etc. 
 

Is 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' coming to Disney Plus? 

Despite being part of the fourth phase of the MCU, Spider-Man is also produced by Sony. So, the situation is different from other films from Marvel such as Shang-Chi, which hit Disney Plus just 45 days after the movie’s theatrical release, or Eternals, which has been available on the service since January 12. 

The thing is Sony has different deals with different streaming services. First, they had a deal with Starz, as their Pay1 window, for 2021. That means that they had the exclusive streaming rights to a film released during last year immediately following its standard video-on-demand window and that's why 'No Way Home' will be on their platform first. 

Meanwhile, Disney+ is their second pay-tv window. That means that after the films were on Starz, they will end up on Disney+ eventually. On the other hand, Sony has started a new Pay1 deal with Netflix for 2022. But, as we said before, Spider-Man was released on December 2021 and it only will be on Netflix, if Sony and Netflix negotiate.