Is Spiderman on Disney Plus?



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Spiderman is one of the biggest franchises in the movie world and with plenty of movies, cartoons and other spinoffs, there is a lot of viewing choice.

However, like any character that has spawned multiple films, finding where they’re available in the streaming marketplace of today can be difficult, if near impossible.

If you’re a Spiderman fan, you’ll want to know where you can watch all the latest movies and more.

So, the million-dollar question…

Can I watch Spider-Man on Disney+?

No. Sadly, none of the Spider-Man movies are on Disney+.

Probably, you’re wondering why? Since Spider-Man is a Marvel character, and Disney owns Marvel.

Long story short: before Disney bought Marvel, all the Marvel licenses were scattered around several movie Studios. Marvel was almost in bankruptcy, so they needed money. They sold their characters with different types of agreements.

Sony is the current right holder of Spider-Man for films, and it doesn’t matter that Disney is the owner of Marvel, they can’t get Spider-Man back unless they buy it back.

For this reason, all Spidey movies, even those based on characters that belong to the Spider-Verse, are produced and distributed by Sony Pictures, just like what happens with Venom.

The new trilogy of Spider-Man movies starring Tom Holland is a co-production between Sony and Marvel Studios.

Since Marvel needed to include Spidey in their Infinity Saga, they reached an agreement with Sony to share the character. However, these movies are made by Sony, which is why Disney+ can’t have them on its catalogue.

Where can I find the Spider-Man movies on streaming?

Depending on where you live, you can find Spider-Man movies on different streaming services, like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, or Paramount+.

In this article I’ll be showing you exactly where you can find and watch each and every one.

What do I need to watch these movies?

There are two scenarios: the first one, you don’t live in any of the countries where the movies are available. The second one; you don’t have a subscription to the platform where the movies are available.

Whether that’s the case, you’ll need some help, and here enters an app known as a ‘VPN’ like ExpressVPN.

With A VPN, you can access the movies by connecting to a server located in the country where they’re available.

How does a VPN work?

A VPN works as an intermediate between your internet connection and your devices. Its main purpose is to protect your online activity and privacy by concealing your true location with the one of a server located in another country.

The benefit of this is you can make yourself appear in ANY country and therefore access streaming services that aren’t available locally.

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How to use a VPN to stream Spiderman

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To create your account, provide a valid email address and payment method.

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Once you get the app installed and running on your device, log in to your account using the details you created in step 3.

Step 6

Now, go to VPN locations, and look for Canada. You’ll get some Canadian cities as the search result, then choose one and click Connect.

Congratulations! You’re ready to enjoy the Spider-Man movies from wherever you’re in the world.

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Note: You must search for the country where the movies are available. In some cases, VPNs don’t unblock all countries, so pay attention to our recommended VPN locations below.

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Sam Raimi’s Trilogy

Sam Raimi (Evil Dead, Army of Darkness) brought Spider-Man to the big screen in a time when superheroes movies weren’t as mainstream as now.

His Spider-Man trilogy remains nowadays as one the best sagas based on a comic character.

Although the third instalment is the weakest one and somehow killed any other plans for Raimi to keep going with Spidey, his job has influenced everything that has been done with Spider-Man since.

Spider-Man (2002)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi – 121 min.

Available on Netflix (in 22 countries) (Recommended VPN locations: Canada, the UK), Prime Video (the UK, France)

Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) is the typical nerd in high school: he’s shy, a genius, and an outcast.

When he’s bitten by a genetically altered spider, he gains spider-like powers. After a family tragedy strikes his life, he decides to use his new abilities to fight crime as the new superhero in the neighbourhood: Spider-Man.

The cast is completed by Kirsten Dunst (Mary Jane Watson), James Franco (Harry Osborn), Willem Dafoe (Norman Osborn/Green Goblin), and Rosemary Harris (May Parker).

Spider-Man 2 (2004)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi – 127 min.

Available on Netflix (Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Colombia, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey)

Recommended VPN location: Australia (NordVPN)

The second instalment in Raimi’s trilogy is today considered one of the best superhero movies.

This sequel finds Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) struggling to balance his personal life with his Spider-Man alter ego. Things get more complicated when he must fight against a brilliant scientist, Dr Otto Octavious (Alfred Molina), who becomes the dangerous villain Dr Octopus.

Spider-Man 3 (2007)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi – 139 min.

Available on HBO Max (Latin America), Netflix (Australia, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey)

Recommended VPN location: Australia

Perhaps the weak point of this final chapter to this trilogy is being too ambitious in covering three arcs in a single movie and not developing any of them.

However, aside from this, Spider-Man 3 is still a great movie that shows Venom for the first time on the big screen. When Peter has reached a certain balance in his life, an entity coming from another world joins him in symbiosis and makes him act strangely while he experiences weird freedom.


Only five years after the final chapter to Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man saga had hit theatres, Sony decided to reboot the character.

This time things were slightly different than before.

2012 was the year Avengers was released, changing how superheroes movies were approached by studios and audiences alike. Also, this was the year that Marvel Studios, now under Disney’s command, consolidated the MCU.

All eyes were upon Marvel, including what Sony made with an emblematic Marvel character like Spidey.

Although Sony’s reboot had a good beginning, they were too desperate to emulate what Disney was doing, and they attempted to create a Spider-Verse overnight.

The second movie in this new saga was a failure both in critics and box-office, causing Sony to abort the reboot and cancelling The Sinister Six movie that was already in development.

The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

Action, Adventure, Fantasy – 136 min.

Available on HBO Max (Latin America), Prime Video (the UK), Netflix (in 27 countries)

Recommended VPN locations for Netflix: Australia, Canada, the UK

Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) is a 17-year-old high school student. He’s an introverted genius living with his uncle and aunt after his parents disappeared when he was a little child.

When he’s bitten by a genetically modified spider, he gains superhuman strength and abilities that transform him into Spider-Man.

Now, he’s decided to fight crime and find the truth about his parents.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro (2014)

Action, Adventure, Fantasy – 172 min.

Available on Netflix (in 25 countries)

Recommended VPN locations: the UK

Peter continues fighting crime as Spider-Man when a new menace threatens his life and the whole of New York City.

Two villains, the Green Goblin and Electro appear seeking revenge and trying to siege the city.

MCU Movies

During 2014, Sony was in talks with Marvel Studios to include Spider-Man in the MCU through the film Captain America: Civil War.

Marvel wasn’t happy with the first draft of the agreement because the rights to the movie were going to belong to Sony.

Finally, at the beginning of 2015, they reached an agreement allowing Spider-Man to be part of the MCU. This was the end of The Amazing Spider-Man franchise.

Tom Holland replaced Andrew Garfield, and a whole new approach was given to the character.

Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi – 133 min.

Available on Netflix (in 28 countries)

Recommended VPN locations: Australia, Canada, the UK, Paramount+ (Latin America), Binge (Australia)

Under the mentoring of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr), Peter Parker (Tom Holland) tries to balance his life as a high schooler and his superhero secret identity as Spider-Man.

Meanwhile, a new menace is flying the sky of New York, as the Vulture emerges as a new villain.

Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi – 129 min.

Available on Prime Video (Latin America), Netflix (in 11 countries)

Recommended VPN locations: Canada, the UK

Set after the events of Avengers: Endgame, Peter is ready to go on vacation to Europe with his classmates.

There, he’s contacted by Nick Fury to help him face a new menace that’s threatening the world and maybe the whole universe.

Animated Spider-Verse

In 2015, Sony announced that an animated Spider-Man movie was in production set to be released in 2018. The idea behind this movie was to expand the Spider-Verse by focusing on Miles Morales, who in comic books was Spider-Man in another reality.

Due to the success of this film at the box office, the consensus of the critics, and having won the Academy Award as best animated movie of the year in 2018, Sony decided to work on a sequel and keep exploring the so-called Spider-Verse.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)

Animation, Action, Adventure – 117 min.

Available on Prime Video (Latin America), Netflix (Australia, Canada, Greece, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine)

Recommended VPN locations: Australia, Canada.

Miles Morales is a teenager who gains spider-like abilities after a radioactive spider bites him.

He becomes the Spider-Man of his universe, and soon he finds out that his reality is not the only one. Now, he joins forces with four other people with arachnid powers from other dimensions to stop a menace that endangers all realities.

What about the animated series?

Most Spider-Man animated series are available on Disney+ except for the first series from 1967, which can’t be found anywhere and The Spectacular Spider-Man that was produced by Sony who holds the rights of distribution and can be found on Netflix globally.

Anyway, Disney+ doesn’t have all the series globally, so some are in certain countries while others are not.

Spider-Woman (1979)

Animation, Action, Family – 1 season – 16 episodes

Available on Disney+ (Latin America, the US, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, the UK)

The series is based on the Marvel character of the same name that belongs to the Spider-Verse. Although several details from the comic were changed in the cartoon to make it suitable for kids, the basic premise remains the same.

Jessica Drew is bitten by a poisonous spider when she was a child. In an attempt to save her life, his father, a scientist, injected her with a spider-serum that ends up giving her spider-like abilities.

Now, as an adult, Jessica divided her life working as an editor for the Justice Magazine and fighting crime as Spider-Woman.

Spider-Man (1981)

Animation, Action, Adventure – 1 season – 26 episodes

Available on Disney+ (the US, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, Singapore, the UK)

The second Spider-Man animated series after the one that was aired from 1967 until 1970.

This series follows Peter Parker, a university student who balances his life between studying, working as a freelance photographer, fighting crime as Spider-Man, and taking care of his aunt May Parker.

Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends (1981)

Animation, Action, Comedy – 3 seasons – 26 episodes

Available on Disney+ (Latin America, the US, Australia, Canada, France, the Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, the UK)

Considered a crossover with the Spider-Man series from 1981, this series focuses on Peter Parker (Spider-Man), Bobby Drake (Iceman), and Angelica Jones (Firestar), who are college students at the Empire State University.

They team up as the Spider-Friends to fight famous villains from the Marvel universe. They share the apartment with Peter and his aunt May.

Spider-Man: The Animated Series (1994-1997)

Animation, Action, Adventure – 5 seasons – 65 episodes

Available on Disney+ (the US, Latin America, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, the UK)

After 13 years without a Spider-Man series on TV, Marvel Films Animation produced this iconic animated series that was initially aired on Fox Kids Network.

With a total of 5 seasons and 65 episodes, this series adapted the most popular story-arcs from the comics. The series focuses more on Spider-Man than on Peter’s life.

When the series begins, Peter already has his arachnid powers and is a college student at the Empire State University working as well as a freelance photographer for the Daily Bugle.

The show includes the most iconic villains from the Spider-Man comics, such as the Kingpin, the Green Goblin, the Lizard, the Shocker, Doctor Octopus, Mysterio, the Scorpion, Rhino, the Vulture and Venom.

Spider-Man Unlimited (1999)

Animation, Action, Adventure – 1 season – 13 episodes

Available on Disney+ (Latin America, the US, Australia, Canada, France, the Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, the UK)

Produced by Saban Entertainment, Spider-Man Unlimited had a short run lasting only 13 episodes, and its cancellation left the series without a proper ending.

The story follows Peter Parker, who using nanotechnology, begins a journey to Counter-Earth in search of John Jameson, J. Jonah Jameson’s son and Peter’s friend.

The Spectacular Spider-Man (2008 – 2009)

Animation, Action, Adventure – 2 seasons – 26 episodes

Available on Netflix (globally)

This series focuses on a teenager Peter Parker and tells his origin as Spider-Man by following the style and stories from the early comics by Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, and John Romita Sr.

Since Disney bought Marvel during the running of this show, the third season, which was already planned, never saw the light to avoid legal conflicts with Sony, who has produced the series.

Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 – 2016)

Animation, Action, Adventure – 4 seasons – 104 episodes

Available on Disney+ (Latin America, the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, the UK)

Written by big names of the comic industry and animation such as Brian Michael Bendis, Paul Dini, and Man of Action (a group consisting of Steven T. Seagle, Joe Kelly, Joe Casey and Duncan Rouleau), Ultimate Spider-Man offers a new approach to the hero, being one of the most ambitious animation projects related to Spider-Man.

This time, Peter Parker has been Spider-Man for one year, fighting crime and villains and still learning how to use his powers. Nick Fury offers to train him under S.H.I.E.L.D., but first, Peter should learn some teamwork by leading four teenage superheroes: Nova, White Tiger, Iron Fist, and Power Man.

Spider-Man Shorts (2017)

Animation, Action, Adventure – 1 season – 6 episodes

Available on Disney+ (Latin America, the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, the UK)

These shorts show how Peter Parker obtains his powers after being bitten by a genetically enhanced spider. They work as a complementation to the Spider-Man animated series released in 2017 and also to the movies set in the MCU starring Tom Holland.

Spider-Man (2017 – 2020)

Animation, Action, Adventure – 3 seasons – 58 episodes

Available on Disney+ (Latin America, the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, the UK)

As a replacement to the Ultimate-Spider-Man series, this new approach retells the story of Peter Parker becoming Spider-Man but with some changes.

Here, he team-ups with Miles Morales, who gains spider-like powers like Peter and becomes Ultimate Spider-Man, and Anya Corazón, who becomes Spider-Girl in season 2.

Marvel Super Hero Adventures (2017 – 2020)

Animation, Adventure – 4 seasons – 50 episodes

Available on Disney+ (Latin America, the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, the UK)

Aimed at a younger audience and originally aired on Disney Junior, this series shows Spider-Man telling stories of how he helped other Marvel heroes to fight villains.

Spidey and his Amazing Friends (2021)

Animation, Action, Adventure – 1 season – 21 episodes

Available on Disney+ (Latin America, the US, Australia, Singapore, the UK)

Primarily aimed at a preschool audience, this new entry on the Spider-Man animated universe follows Peter Parker (Spidey), Miles Morales (Spin), and Gwen Stacy (Spider-Ghost) as they fight villains like Doc Ock, Green Goblin, and Rhino.

The trio works as a team, and sometimes they get help from other Marvel superheroes such as Hulk, Ms Marvel, and Black Panther.

What other Spider-Man stuff can I find on Disney+?

The three MCU movies where Spider-Man has participated are available on Disney: Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame.


Spider-Man is one of the most beloved superheroes and also one of the most popular. Through the years, we have seen him in many TV series, movies, and animated shows.

Sadly, he got caught in the middle of the war of licenses between Disney and Sony, and for this reason, none of the Spider-Man movies can be found on Disney+.

However, through this dedicated guide and with the help of a VPN like ExpressVPN, you can watch all the Spidey movies along with the animated series on every streaming platform where they’re available.

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