If you’ve ever undertaken a Marvel movie marathon on Disney+, you’ve probably noticed that Spider-Man films, including Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home, were missing. That’s because Sony owns the rights to the Spider-Man character and movies. But, we’ve got some news for all you web-slinging fans!
The Walt Disney Company and Sony Pictures Entertainment have reached an agreement on a multi-year content licensing contract. This means that Disney will now be able to add movies and shows owned by Sony to their streaming libraries on Disney+ and Hulu.
The new agreement covers a wide variety of titles, including the library of Spider-Man movies, “Jumanji,” and “Hotel Transylvania” and will also expand into theatrical releases from 2022-2026.
This builds upon the agreement that was previously arranged between the two companies to keep Spider-Man in the Marvel Universe and will also open up the possibility for more titles to be added to Hulu beginning this June.
We will continue to keep an eye out for all the new titles coming to the Disney streaming platforms so stay tuned to AllEars for the latest!
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