Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home is the highly anticipated sequel to the blockbuster hit Spider-Man: Homecoming. The movie, which stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, follows the web-slinger on a European vacation where he’ll face off against a new villain, Mysterio. The movie has already made waves with its trailers and fans are eagerly awaiting its release on July 5.
But one question remains—is Spider-Man: Far From Home available on Netflix? Unfortunately, the answer is no. While Netflix does have a selection of Marvel movies available for streaming, including some of the others in the MCU series such as Captain America: Civil War and Thor: Ragnarok, it doesn’t currently have any plans to add Spider-Man: Far From Home to its library.
This is likely due to the fact that Disney owns Marvel and Netflix has been in competition with Disney since it began producing its own original content. Disney recently announced that it would be launching its own streaming service later this year, meaning that any new Marvel movies will likely be exclusive to that platform rather than Netflix.
That doesn’t mean you can’t watch Spider-Man: Far From Home without a subscription to Disney’s streaming service though. While it won’t be available for streaming on Netflix when it’s released in July, you can still purchase or rent it from other digital platforms such as iTunes or Amazon Video. This will still allow you to watch it at home without having to leave your house or buy a ticket to see it in theaters.
In conclusion, Spider-Man: Far From Home won’t be available on Netflix when it’s released in July 2019 but fans can still purchase or rent it from other digital platforms if they want to watch at home.