Watch all the live-action Spider-Man films at Cineworld this August and September

Calling all friendly neighbourhood web-slingers and comic book fans: we're showing all the live-action Spider-Man movies this August and September.

Swing along with all three iterations of Spider-Man, Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland, as you relive their thrilling adventures on the big screen at Cineworld.

This is your chance to relive the memories of watching Spider-Man for the first time. Or this may be the first time you've seen any of the following comic book classics at Cineworld.

Either way, keep on scrolling to find out the films showing and the relevant dates. Can you feel your spider sense tingling yet?

Spider-Man (from August 2nd)

It all begins here with Sam Raimi's inaugural Spider-Man film, starring the earnest and likeable Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker.

Watch as he grapples with the emergent powers from a radioactive spider bite, vies with his love for Mary-Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst) and battles the villainous Norman Osbourne/Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe). Remember, with great power comes great responsibility. 


Spider-Man 2 (from August 9th)

For many people, this is still the greatest Spider-Man movie ever made and it's thrill to present it once again on Cineworld screens.

Returning director Sam Raimi doubles down on his characteristic, quicksilver camerawork as Maguire's Spidey battles tragic villain Otto Octavius/Doctor Octopus, played by a fiendishly good Alfred Molina. That hospital sequence, akin to Spider-Man by way of Raimi's Evil Dead, still gets to us.


Spider-Man 3 (from August 16th)

The Raimi/Maguire trilogy concluded with this villain-stuffed extravaganza that pits the wall-crawler against his old friend turned enemy Harry Osborne (James Franco), emergent symbiote Venom, which attaches itself to photographer Eddie Brock (Topher Grace), and the amorphous Sandman (Thomas Haden Church).

If rumours are to be believed, Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 4 is now in the works...


The Amazing Spider-Man (from August 23rd)

The talented Andrew Garfield makes his Spider-Man movie debut in the first of two films from the aptly named Marc Webb. Garfield fashions palpable chemistry with Emma Stone as Gwen Stacey, perhaps little surprise given they were an item at the time.

Watch as the beats and key roles from the Sam Raimi trilogy are reworked with Martin Sheen and Sally Field playing Uncle Ben and Aunt May.


The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (from August 30th)

In Andrew Garfield's conclusive solo Spider-Man movie, he comes face to face with a contingent of villains including Jamie Foxx's Electro. This promised to lead the way to a Sinister Six movie that unfortunately never materialised.

Nevertheless, it's again time to enjoy Garfield and Emma Stone's fizzing on-screen chemistry as key puzzle pieces are lined up for Tom Holland's eventual Spider-Man: No Way Home (more on which below).


Spider-Man: Homecoming (from September 6th)

We'd been waiting a long time for the Sony-owned Spider-Man character to make his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In 2017, it finally happened with the puppyish and energetic Tom Holland embodying the iconic comic book character in a cross between Marvel and a John Hughes high school flick.

Holland and director Jon Watts present us with a distinctly more boyish iteration of Peter Parker whose love for MJ (Zendaya) is offset by his battle with the surprisingly sympathetic villain The Vulture (Michael Keaton) and important life lessons from Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.)


Spider-Man: Far From Home (from September 13th)

For the first time ever, a live-action Spider-Man leaves the confines of his beloved New York. Tom Holland's Spidey is on a vibrant European road trip with his high school class when he runs into Quentin Beck (Jake Gyllenhaal), an apparently benevolent hero from another world on a quest to defeat the Elementals.

Of course, things don't quite work out like that. Holland allows his portrayal of Spider-Man to mature and darken as he confronts an especially duplicitous enemy, all the while as the film lays the groundwork for what's to come in Spider-Man: No Way Home.


Spider-Man: No Way Home (from September 20th)

It all comes to a head in the most ambitious and exciting of the Tom Holland Spider-Man movies. No Way Home introduces the multiverse to the MCU, allowing various classic MCU and non-MCU Spider-Man characters to share screen time in ways that will make your inner fanboy cheer.

From Alfred Molina's Doc Ock to Willem Dafoe's leeringly malicious Green Goblin (here, sensibly, with his malleable facial features on full display), this is fan-pleasing nirvana. But nothing matches the moment when all three Spider-Men, Holland, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, breathlessly share the screen for the first time.


Enjoy as many classic Spider-Man movies as you want with a Cineworld Unlimited membership.

For less than the price of two tickets per month, you get to enjoy advance screenings, 10% off your favourite snacks and drinks and lots more exciting perks. Hit the link to sign up today.