Disney is working to bring the entire collection of Marvel Cinematic Universe – 23 titles – up to date. Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home  are unlikely to be included.
Ricky Strauss, Disney's director of content and marketing, said The Verge on a recent media day in New York that there are no plans to bring the two films to Disney. Although both Spider-Man films directed by Tom Holland, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home were co-produced by Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures Rights belong to Sony. This makes it infinitely more difficult for Disney to put the movies on their own streaming service.
"We love our friends at Sony, but we have no plans to see Disney's Spider-Man films in real time," Strauss said. "We'll all have animated Spider-Man shows we made to be seen there under the Marvel banner, but who knows what can happen in the future?"
Disney has worked out several deals to According to a Disney executive, this includes last-minute deals just days before the launch of Disney +, which explains why there are now several more Marvel titles on Disney + than Disney before less than one In addition, this long thread from the official Disney + account released today is explained.
Then, Disney announced last week Avengers: Endgame ] will be available a month earlier than expected on Disney + and will last from December 1
Netflix remains an important hurdle for Disney + at the start. The only films not on the program are those that remain on Netflix until the end of 2019 ( Black Panther Ant Man and the Wasp Avengers: Infinity War and Thor: Ragnarok ). These four films will be available on Disney + from 2020 as soon as the contract with Netflix expires. It's also why seven installments in the Skywalker saga on Disney + will be available for streaming, but not Star Wars: The Last Jedi .
Eventually, all of Disney's IP addresses will land on Disney + according to executives. It will only take some time and patience for the rights to turn back on themselves.