Spider-Man: No Way Home will soon be available to stream on Netflix UK.
Back in 2021, Tom Holland's third solo outing as the web-headed hero ripped open the multiverse and reunited fans with a host of supervillains and heroes, including Alfred Molina's mechanical menace Doctor Octopus and Willem Dafoe's cackling Green Goblin.
After taking almost $2 billion in revenue at the box office, the Marvel movie has been available to rent on streamers, while the previous two instalments, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home are already available to watch on Netflix.
Now, it has been confirmed that No Way Home will land on the platform on Sunday, October 15, as the title has appeared in Netflix's 'Coming Soon' category.
Meanwhile, if you're wondering why Jake Gyllenhaal's Far From Home baddie Mysterio didn't show up for the multiversal twist, co-writer Chris McKenna previously told IGN's Fan Fest attendees that there was fair reason.
"When it actually started coalescing, when feelers were put out and actors were like 'yeah, I'm game for that', then it became this overwhelming thing because you're like, 'Okay, this is the reality now,'" he recalled.
"You can't just be swimming in a million characters, you have to be choosing characters wisely and making sure that they don't overwhelm the story and Peter [Parker] himself."
In terms of Spidey's next web-slinging adventure, it was reported several months ago that Sony Pictures had reserved both November 8, 2024 and June 27, 2025 on the theatrical calendar - specifically for Marvel movies.
With Venom 3 likely to land the 2024 date, the mooted No Way Home sequel could well fill that subsequent summertime slot.
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