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Netflix Philippines to stream Spider-Man: No Way Home starting July 13!

Filipino subscribers can finally watch Marvel Entertainment's much-popular film Spider-Man: No Way Home on Netflix.
Netflix Philippines to stream Spider-Man: No Way Home starting July 13!
'Spider-Man: No Way Home' to be released this July (Screenshot from Netflix)

Spider-Man latest cross-over film will be shown on Netflix

To recall, the showing of this highly-anticipated film was originally scheduled for December but it got delayed. Marvel Pinoy fans even held a petition with a #DontDelayNoWayHomePH online campaign and an actual petition on Change.org for an earlier movie opening.

However, it did not succeed when No Way Home arrived at Philippine cinemas last January 8 this year. Now, fans can now re-watch this Marvel movie for free since Netflix is bringing No Way Home less than a year after it rolled out in movie theaters.

Netflix Philippines has dropped a teaser title card as "Coming Next Week" for the No Way Home streaming release, so it means you can stream one of the top-grossing movies right in the comfort of your home.

The story of No Way Home revolves around how Peter Parker (Tom Holland) attempts to fix the chaos caused by illusionist Mysterio after he outed Peter to the world as Spider-Man in Far From Home, then framed him for his death.

With the future of his loved ones MJ (Zendaya), Ned (Jacob Batalon), and aunt May at stake, Parker pleads Doctor Strange to make the world forget that he's Spider-Man. However, there were multiple distractions during Strange's spell that lead to a hole being torn in the multiverse. As a result,  half a dozen of Peter's former nemeses came out.

Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios' biggest Spider-Man film Spider-Man: No Way Home, features the crossover between Holland's, Maguire's, and Garfield's Peter Parkers (and their respective villains.

Being a property distributed by an entirely different studio, the Spider-Man franchise is one of the two Marvel Cinematic Universe properties that has found its home on Netflix, rather than Disney+, for Filipino audiences.

While waiting for No Way Home, you may want to catch both of Garfield's The Amazing Spider-Man films and Maguire's first Spider-Man film from 2002. Netflix also has Tom Hardy as Venom in the sequel flick Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which teases a potential battle between Hardy's anti-hero and Holland's Spider-Man.

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