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Spider-Man: No Way Home Is Now Available To Stream On Netflix In 4K

Spider-Man fans can get to see the movie again in crispy 4K and all they need is a Netflix subscription as the movie is available to watch online.

Spider-Man: No Way Home has been available on Blu-Ray and Digital Streaming Platforms for a while now. Just like other Spider-Man movies, this one has been added to the Netflix library just recently.

The best part is that this movie is available to stream in 4K although there doesn’t appear to be any support for Dolby Vision or Atmos. There is no standard HDR support either, but regardless, it should still look good in 4K resolution.

When Will Spider-Man: No Way Home Launch On Netflix?

If you have a Netflix subscription and live in a region where it is available, you can just head to the website and watch it, or search for it on the app on your TV.

You can stream the movie in 4K only if you have the Ultra plan of Netflix with 4 screens. If you have the Standard plan, you can only stream it in the SD resolution so tough luck.

While most Netflix movies and shows have support for Dolby Atmos or Dolby Vision, this one doesn’t appear to have it. You have to be content with the 4K support for now.

Will Spider-Man: No Way Home Come To Disney Plus?

Considering that no other Spider-Man movie has made its way to Disney Plus, it is very easy to claim that this will be the case for Spider-Man: No Way Home as well. So while it sucks that we won’t be able to enjoy the movie on Disney Plus with its Dolby Vision, IMAX, and Dolby Atmos support, things can still change in the meanwhile. Sony owns the rights to these movies so maybe they can come out with a deal to bring these movies to the subscription service.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is the highest-grossing movie in the Spider-Man series with a box-office gross of more than 1.8 billion worldwide. It stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Benedict Cumberbatch.

Salal Awan

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