Marvel movies streaming: Can you watch movies online? Is it legal?

Marvel movies streaming: Can you watch movies online? Is it legal?

Marvel movies have everything you need while facing a global crisis. They are the perfect way to escape reality as you watch super-humans beat the bad guys. But as everyone is stuck in their homes, is there a way to stream these films legally?

Can you watch the Marvel movies online, and is it legal?

Most of the Marvel movies have already been out in cinemas, with the exception of those in Phase 4 and five of the films which have already been released.

Most Marvel movies were not out on streaming platforms, though they were available to download from places like Sky Store.

However, now it is much easier for Marvel fans to watch their favourite films online.

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Thanks to the arrival of Disney+, the new streaming service from the studio behemoth, fans can stream everything Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, Disney and National Geographic.

Fans can subscribe for £5.99 a month, or pay up £59.99 up front for the year.

Other than those which have legally obtained the film, any website claiming to have the film for streaming or download is illegal.

The Digital Economy Act 2017 means people could now face ten-year prison sentences for illegally streaming copyrighted content.

To be sure you’re not watching copyrighted material, you should go direct to companies such as Disney, according to FACT (Federation Against Copyright Theft).

Adding a further warning, CEO of FACT, Kieron Sharp said: “There are now more ways than ever for consumers to watch movies and TV but not going to legitimate sources to watch new movies is not a grey area: it is against the law.

“As well as being illegal, evidence shows that streaming pirated content is incredibly risky and can expose users to malware and inappropriate content.

“Not only does that deny the best viewing experience, it’s just not worth taking the chance.”

There are five Marvel movies missing from the platform in total, including the two Spider-Man films.

Other than these, The Incredible Hulk from 2008 is not on the platform, as its rights are owned by Universal, as well as Avengers: Infinity War and Ant Man and the Wasp, which are finishing up their deal with Netflix.

These will be on Disney Plus in June and July respectively, once they are removed from Netflix.

Upcoming Marvel TV series such as WandaVision and Loki will also not be available for some time.

Neither will Black Widow, a film which has been forced to delay thanks to the coronavirus.

Published at Tue, 31 Mar 2020 09:27:00 +0000