The deal also gives Disney streaming rights to a significant number of existing films, which could be available to stream as early as June on Hulu. This includes the Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield Spider-Man movies - though we don't know when these will land on Disney Plus.
However, the deal is a little complicated. Not even a few weeks ago, Sony also cut a deal with Netflix to offer first streaming rights to new theatrical releases (via Variety).
That means that Sony films will hit Netflix first for a limited run before they become available on Disney Plus, including the upcoming MCU flick, Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Of course, it’s not just Spider-Man included in this deal. Other franchises that will head to Disney streaming platforms and channels include the Jumanji films and the Hotel Transylvania series.
Other Sony-Marvel properties are also eligible, including the upcoming Jared Leto Film, Morbius.
It’s worth mentioning that both the Netflix and Disney deals only cover the US market – though international viewers will likely still be able to stream Sony films via a VPN.
We don’t yet know what distribution plans will be for the rest of the globe. In the meantime, you can check out our guide to watching the Spider-Man films in UK.
If you’ve not already signed up for Disney Plus, you can do on the website. Subscription plans cost £7.99/US$7.99 per month, or £79.99/$79.90 per year.