Sam Raimi Spider-Man Trilogy Streams Free on Crackle Next Month

What better way to celebrate Sam Raimi making a new Marvel movie, and his Spider-Man characters debuting in the MCU? Undoubtedly, after seeing several key performers from the Raimi-verse reprise their roles in Spider-Man: No Way Home, many fans will want to revisit their debuts. Maybe some will be older fans who caught them the first time around and want to enjoy again. Perhaps younger Marvel movie fans weren’t even aware of pre-Tom Holland Spideys. Well, just hang in there for one more week and enjoy them for free on ad-supported VOD. Crackle will make all three available starting Feb 1.

Crackle has exclusive AVOD and fast-streaming rights to the three Sony films. From the official press release: “On the heels of the much anticipated theatrical release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, fans of the classic Marvel comic can enjoy the original Spider-Man trilogy starring Tobey Maguire (The Great Gatsby) as Peter Parker, and directed by Sam Raimi (Oz The Great and Powerful), when it drops on Crackle, under its curated programming category entitled ‘Web Spinners and Creepy Creatures,’ via the web as well as connected devices including mobile, tablets, smart TVs, desktop, and gaming consoles and more.”

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Simply go to to make the magic happen. Decide for yourself if, as many fans say, Spider-Man 2 is the greatest superhero movie of all time. Or if, as some others assert, Tobey Maguire’s “emo dance” in part 3 is indeed a low point. But definitely revisit what Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin, Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock, and Thomas Haden Church’s Sandman were up to before the multiverse sucked them in.

Will you rewatch the trilogy for free? Do you already own them at home? Let us know in comments!

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