Sony Pictures ‘Disappointed’ by Disney’s Divorce on ‘Spider-Man’ Projects


Spider-Man entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe after a unique partnership was signed between Disney and Sony wherein Marvel produced the Spider-Man starring Tom Holland.

The day Sony Pictures, Disney, and Marvel Studios' Spider-Man deal came to an end is one that will live on in infamy.

Fans had speculated that Sony might have to reboot its Spider-Man saga now that it's parting ways with Disney.

However, with no deal in place between the studios, Feige will not be involved in the two Spider-Man movies it's believed Sony has planned and the superhero will be absent from future Marvel movies. It also allowed for Feige to serve as a producer on stand-alone Spider-Man movies like Far From Home. Check out the trailer below. While the two studios might kiss and make up well before the next massive Avengers and Spider-Man adventures, I can't help but remind fans that Sony's Spider-Man ruined Endgame, so maybe the Avengers 5 movie we're all waiting for would better off without Peter Parker. While the first film has a respectable 72% on Rotten Tomatoes (not bad for a superhero movie), the sequel has a rotten score of 52%.

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A recent report delved into exactly how much "help and guidance" Feige provided them with. Without the MCU tie, it's unclear how the future films will play out. Alas, no more. Holland's character is back exclusively in Sony's hands. Although it was ultimately Sony Pictures executive Tom Rothman that "spent a good long time in the editing room", before Venom's release because the picture was "far from the polished product that grossed $856 million worldwide".

"No problem. Shang-Chi will take over from Spider-Man as the leader of Marvel". The Mickey Mouse corporation wanted a 50/50 stake in future Spidey projects, an offer Sony reportedly flat out turned down. This deal gave Marvel Studios the access to feature Spider-Man in different MCU movies, including Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and more recently, Avengers: Endgame.

On Tuesday, Sony said in a statement that it was "disappointed" with Disney's decision. This obviously wasn't an easy feat, since Spider-Man: Homecoming marked the character's third cinematic iteration in 15 years.

Sony Pictures now has plans in place for two more Spider-Man movies and hopes to retain the involvement of Holland and director Jon Watts, who helmed both Spider-Man: Homecoming and this year's Spider-Man: Far From Home.