Tobey Maguire's 'Spider-Man' films are coming to Disney+

Now you can watch that iconic street dance with all its proper context.
By Amanda Yeo  on 
Spider-Man 2 poster showing Mary Jane clinging to Spider-Man. The reflection of Doc Ock can be seen in the eye lens of Spider-Man's costume.
Credit: Spider-Man 2

If Spider-Man: No Way Home's universe-hopping convention of Spider-Men left you missing the webheads of movies past, we have some good news. Disney+ will soon introduce a couple of well-loved Peter Parkers to the streaming service, allowing you to shamelessly indulge your early '00s Marvel nostalgia.

All three of Sony's Spider-Man films starring Tobey Maguire are landing on Disney+ on Friday, and will also be joined by Andrew Garfield's first Spider-Man film The Amazing Spider-Man.

These aren't the only spider-films being added in the next few weeks, either. Tom Holland's first spin as Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming will arrive May 12 on Disney+, as will Tom Hardy's vaguely homoerotic Venom. That's more than enough content for a respectable arachnid-themed movie marathon.

Not all titles in the modern live-action Spider-verse will join Disney+, which still won't offer Garfield's second Spidey film or Holland's next two turns in the red and blue underoos. Disney hasn't confirmed if and when the rest of the Spider-Man movies might come to its streaming service, but it wouldn't be unreasonable to expect a few to be added eventually.

In the meantime, you'll have the entire Sam Raimi-directed Spider-trilogy to tide you over, including this clip from Spider-Man 3 of Maguire being the biggest dork in the entire world.

Amanda Yeo
Amanda Yeo

Amanda Yeo is Mashable's Australian reporter, covering entertainment, culture, tech, science, and social good. This includes everything from video games and K-pop to movies and gadgets.

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