‘SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME’ Tops Streaming Charts in First Week Available

No surprise, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” topped streaming charts in its first weekend available, according to JustWatch. Now you can relive all of your favorite scenes from the film from the comfort of your own house. For more information, click here.

Next up were three Oscar nominees: “Licorice Pizza” and “Belfast” are both Best Picture nominees while “The Worst Person in the World” is up for both Best International Feature and Best Original Screenplay.

A still from “Deep Water,” courtesy of Hulu.

At fifth place was Hulu’s new release, “Deep Water,” starring Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas; everyone’s favorite Covid couple. Right behind “Deep Water” was another recent streaming release, Netflix’s “The Adam Project,” Ryan Reynolds and Shawn Levy’s second collaboration after “Free Guy.”

7-9 were all Best Picture nominees with “King Richard,” “Drive My Car,” and “CODA.” “King Richard” is available on VOD, while “Drive My Car” and “CODA” are available on HBO Max and Apple TV+, respectively.

Closing out this week’s streaming charts was “Windfall,” Netflix’s new movie starring Jesse Plemons, Lily Collins, and Jason Segal.

Here are the final rankings:

  1. “Spider-Man: No Way Home”
  2. “Licorice Pizza”
  3. “Belfast”
  4. “The Worst Person in the World”
  5. “Deep Water”
  6. “The Adam Project”
  7. “King Richard”
  8. “Drive My Car”
  9. “CODA”
  10. “Windfall”

The streaming numbers are provided by JustWatch.

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