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Disney+ Secures Venom Film Distribution Abroad

Despite being the streaming home for the majority of Marvel Studios’ programming, Disney+ does not contain all of its projects. While fans may watch Avengers: Endgame all day, they can’t do the same with Spider-Man: Far From Home since Sony owns the distribution rights. Hopefully, all of its initiatives will be housed under the same roof one day. Unfortunately, it is not the world in which viewers now live—yet.

Streaming rights are a tricky business. When it comes to other studios’ work, they often wind up in unexpected locations.

It was recently revealed that five previous Spider-Man films will be available on Disney+ in Ireland and the United Kingdom. Unfortunately, such initiatives are still inaccessible to Americans.

It’s now Japan’s time to obtain several movies that the United States still can’t watch on the mouse’s service. Venom, played by Tom Hardy, is one among them.

Venom, starring Tom Hardy, is gaining traction in foreign markets.


Fans can now look forward to three new Marvel streaming titles, according to the official Japanese Disney+ account.

The addition of Tom Hardy’s Venom is one of the greatest shocks. There was no mention of its sequel, Let There Be Carnage, although it seems probable that it will also be available on the streaming site at some point in the future.

The Incredible Hulk, starring Edward Norton, was formerly available on Disney+ Spain. In the United States, neither that film nor Venom are accessible to watch on the same platform.

Universal still controls Hulk distribution in the United States, and it may be accessed streaming on HBO Max. Venom from Sony may also be seen on the same platform.

Iron Man, starring Robert Downey Jr., will also be added to Disney+ Japan’s collection.

When Will Disney+ Be Available in the United States?
While Disney+ offers a lot of Marvel material, there’s always opportunity for expansion, especially with Sony’s brands. Currently, none of the studio’s superhero projects are available on Disney+.

That is expected to change… soon. At the very least, seeing Hardy’s Venom on the service anywhere in the globe is a good indication, even if the quality may be dubious to some.

So, when can we expect to witness the symbiotic adventure on the popular streaming platform in the United States? That remains to be seen, but given what is occurring in Japan, the United States might be next.

No Way Home, Tom Holland’s most recent adventure, is confirmed to someday become publicly accessible on Disney+—though this may not be until mid-2023 or 2024.

Until then, fans may look forward to the moment everyone has been anticipating: the release of Jared Leto’s Morbius. Morbin’ time may last all day.

Venom is presently available on HBO Max in the United States.

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