Credited invariably as being last year’s most anticipated movie, the third installment in Marvel’s friendly neighborhood Spider-Man series did not fall short of its hype, as it graced theaters at the end of 2021.
Many a cheerful-outburst-inducing, tear-jerking moment was felt in the halls, and although the nostalgic flick was nothing short of heartbreakingly emotional for returning fans, this wasn’t the only reason for its entry into the hallowed halls of blockbuster-heaven.
Swinging Into Stardom
In recent years, Marvel movies have been no stranger to Box Office fame, as, leading upto the release of No Way Home, no less than three Marvel’s Avengers installations found their way to the top of the charts.
Featuring in the Top 10 Highest Grossing Films of all time, including the breakthrough first film The Avengers(2012) at 9th highest, whilst the 2018 and 2019 duology Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame found themselves at an impressive 5th and a whopping 2nd in the very same list. Grossing upwards of a jaw-dropping $2.7 Billion upon release. Other honorable mentions include Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), which found itself just short in 12th place, and Black Panther(2018) grossing just below that, in 13th.
To put in perspective Marvel’s stranglehold over the box office, other names on the list include names as big as Avatar (2009, widely regarded as that one film everyone saw but didn’t remember), Titanic (1997), Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), Jurassic World (2015), Furious 7 (2015), and the 2019 remake of The Lion King.
However, deviating from the tendency of being an Avengers installment typically featuring a star-studded cast of ridiculously in-shape actors in fancy CGI suits, No Way Home does not only happen to be a Spider-Man title. It also (allegedly) only features the usual host of characters associated with everyone’s favorite web-slinging teenager in tights, and although those rumors were never confirmed, fans knew better than to be waylaid.
Despite these proclaimed humble beginnings, this trilogy-topper, with the help of a few throwbacks and some sweet fanservice, found itself premiering at an absolutely Herculean $1.69 Billion worldwide, making it the 6th Highest grosser of all time.
Attracting frenzied fans all over the world, young and old, into witnessing this mercurial union of the cinematic collective of Spider-Men, this newest MCU movie adds to a list of 26 films all part of the new-and-improved ‘Cinematic Universe’, penned in 2009 after the acquisition of comic-giants Marvel by Disney Enterprises, Inc.
It steam-rolls into an unstoppable streak of similar acquisitions, which saw Disney take control of Pixar, LucasFilm, Hulu, 21st Century Fox, and ABC, inc. Ever since this rule began, the Top 10 highest-grossing films of all time feature an almost unfair 6 movies from Disney-owned franchises, laying testament to the industrial might of the corporate giant that is Disney, Inc.
Getting In On The Action on IPTV
Ever since the normalization of theatrical releases being pushed out way before digital releases, avoiding spoilers from friends who’ve already been to the theater is a handful for individuals who have a bit of a light wallet.
Not all of us can find either the time, the monetary necessities, or sometimes simply the inclination to go watch the newest releases right when they come out, and since the conception of the Disney+ streaming service, Marvel’s MCU digital releases have been paywalled behind hefty subscription fees. To the aid of the frugal FireStick viewer, however, comes IPTV.
Whether you’re looking to watch the newest releases, or just surfing for popular movies or TV series to binge next, IPTV brings you apps that only cost around $10 to $20 a month whilst delivering effectively the same content you’d get elsewhere at twice the price. However, if you’re looking to save up on even that, free IPTV services definitely exist, and you can find them all on either the Amazon App Store (if you’re on your FireStick), the Google Play Store, or any third-party APK downloaders.
All you need to do is download the app, create an account if necessary, and get to watching free streaming content that would otherwise be geo-locked or would require an expensive subscription.
So, if you want to watch Spider-Man: No Way Home, or any new MCU release right when it’s digitally made available, head on over to the link above, take your pick, and swing your way into an easy and convenient movie-watching experience.