Disney+ has become one of the most successful new streaming services over the past year as the home of all things Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and so much more. Marvel fans are particularly in heaven with the service considering it houses nearly every movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it will also serve as the exclusive home for the MCU's brand new stream of mini-series in Phase 4 like WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki and a handful more.
One of the only disappointments is that, because not every movie in the MCU was produced by Disney, there are still three titles from the 23-movie Infinity Saga that are not available on Disney+. These include 2008's The Incredible Hulk, produced by Universal Studios, and both 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming and 2019's Spider-Man: Far From Home, co-produced by Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures. There may be a sign of hope that a couple of these films could make their way onto Disney+ before all is said and done thanks to an eagle-eyed Twitter user.
A new ad for Disney+ in Latin America has just debuted on Youtube with the tagline "Disney+: Muchas Historias, un mismo lugar. Lanzamiento 17 de Noviembre," which translates to "Disney+: Many stories, one place. Released November 17" in English.
Kevin DelMart noticed two quick clips near the end of the video that feature Spider-Man and Iron Man from Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home, seen in a split second, possibly teasing both movies' arrival on Disney+ in Latin America.
Both images can be seen below:
The full 29:34-long ad can be seen below, with the Marvel clips appearing at the 27:40 mark:
WHAT THIS MEANS
Although Disney and Sony have formed a solid working relationship over the last few years to bring Spider-Man into the MCU alongside the Avengers, there have been few true signs that this partnership would make its way into the distribution side of the MCU. This very short clip of both Spider-Man movies from the MCU in Disney+ ad could signal more progress being made in this department as the franchise grows more expansive over the next few years, even though it's solely in the Latin America version of Disney+ right now.
Spider-Man's team-up appearances in Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame are all currently streaming on Disney+ since they are all solely produced by Marvel Studios, but Tom Holland's solo movies will be something to keep an eye on in the near future in terms of their potential arrival on Disney+. All of the advertisements for the streaming service are carefully thought out with every frame of every movie carefully pondered before being used, which means it's not completely out of the question for these movies to join the rest of the MCU family on Disney's streaming service at some point in the future.