Spidey is swinging back into theaters, and this time, it’s an unprecedented multiversal mashup, 20 years in the making. Spider-Man: No Way Home picks up with Tom Holland’s Peter Parker following the events of 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home, which saw his secret identity revealed to the world thanks to the trickery of Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio. But No Way Home isn’t your average superhero sequel, and Peter’s blown identity is just the starting point for an epic cross-franchise MCU adventure.
Searching for an easy out that will help solve his sudden fame, Peter turns to Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) for help and accidentally fumbles a spell that draws villains from across the multiverse into their reality. That includes Spider-Man star Willem Dafoe, returning as the Green Goblin; Spider-Man 2’s Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus; Spider-Man 3’s Thomas Hayden Church as Sandman; The Amazin Spider-Man’s Rhys Ifans as Lizard, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2’s Jamie Foxx as Electro. And in terms of world-building surprises, that’s just what’s been confirmed by Marvel!
Naturally, you probably want to see No Way Home as soon as possible before the rest gets spoiled, so we’ve put together a handy and regularly updated cheatsheet to when it’s in theaters, if it’s streaming yet, and everything else you need to know about how to watch Spider-Man: No Way Home right now.
Yes! He may be the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, but you can catch him in theater all around the globe right now. Spider-Man: No Way Home arrived in theaters nationwide on December 17, 2021, and is expected to have a thunderous opening weekend at the box office, both domestically and worldwide.
No Way Home is also in theaters in most major international territories. It was released in several territories, including the U.K., Germany, France, and South Korea on December 15, followed by Brazil, Chile, Portugal, and India, among others, on December 16, and the U.S., Canada, Spain, Iceland, and several other territories on December 17.