Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse movie tickets: When will tickets go on sale?

Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse, courtesy Sony Pictures Entertainment via EPK.TV
Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse, courtesy Sony Pictures Entertainment via EPK.TV /

It’s hard to believe that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse premiered in theaters over five years ago! Released in 2018, Into the Spider-Verse changed the superhero game with an impactful and refreshing story and colorful characters (both literally and figuratively. Needless to say, fans have anxiously been waiting for the sequel, Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse.

Audiences fell in love with Miles Morales, voiced by Shameik Moore, and were introduced to a new story. Hailee Steinfeld voices Gwen Stacy, and Jake Johnson is Peter B. Parker. Nicolas Cage, John Mulaney, and Kimiko Glenn also join the first movie. In the upcoming sequel, Moore, Steinfeld, Johnson, and Miles’ parents, voiced by Brian Tyree Henry and Luna Lauren Velez, return.

We’ll also meet new characters voiced by Issa Rae, Daniel Kaluuya, Oscar Isaac, and others. We are in for another star-studded sequel, folks! This time, we’ll see Gwen reaching out to Miles for help on a mission to save every Spider universe from the Spot.

Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse movie tickets

Rush on over to Fandango, Atom tickets or wherever you purchase your movie tickets! IMAX and other viewing options are now available. Will you be watching the movie opening night or catch later in the weekend? Just don’t wait too long to watch it or you risk bumping into spoilers online!

Is Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse going to stream on Disney+?

The first movie is not currently streaming on Disney+, where many fans have been searching recently, but it is not a Disney property. At the moment, the only way to watch Into the Spider-Verse is to purchase or rent the movie on Vudu, Prime Video or where you prefer to purchase/rent movies on VOD.

That said, Across the Spider-Verse will likely also not go to Disney+ after it leaves theaters. Instead, we may see it on Netflix or another platform. As soon as we learn more details we will update this post!

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