With millions of fans, Spider-Man actor Tom Holland is upset with the fallout between Marvel Studios and Sony. He followed Sony Pictures on Instagram following the announcement that his character might not be included in future MCU films. Tom’s father, Dominic, also tweeted, “#SaveSpider0Man.”
On Wednesday, it was announced that negotiations between Sony and Marvel sour, about the future of the web sling hero, which was given to the MCU in a deal that Marvel allowed him to use in his films, benefiting Sony’s Going with. However, the astronomical success of the two single Spider-Man films starring Tom Holland, not to mention the third and fourth Avengers films, Disney, which is Marvel’s parent company, demanded a larger share of the trade pie. Spider-Man emerged as the highest-grossing Spidey film of all time from Away House, as well as the biggest Sony film and the highest-grossing film in Avengers Endgame history.
According to Deadline, Disney asked if the future Spider-Man films should be a 50/50 co-production between Disney and Sony, rather than the current conversation, which is to give Marvel and Disney 5 percent of gross box office revenue.
According to the news, Tom Holland has had two more films. Previous Spider-Man films starring Holland were produced by Amy Pascal and Marvel president Kevin Feige. In a statement, Sony said, “We hope that this may change in the future, but understand that there are many new responsibilities that Disney has given her, including all of her latest additions to Marvel Properties, for the time being, her IP work on her own Not allowed. Kevin is fantastic, and we are grateful for his help and guidance and the way he has helped put us on, which we will continue to appreciate.]
Meanwhile fans are furious and want to bring their hero back to the MCU. Jeremy Renner, who played the role of Hawkeye in the Marvel films tweeted, “Hey @sonypictures we want Spider-Man back to @therealstanlee and @marvel please, thank you #congrats#spidermanrocks.”
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