Sony plans to pull Spider-Man from Disney films

Letitia Wright

Earlier this week, it was reported that Sony and Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige would no longer co-produce Spider-Man films after the former company couldn't reach an agreement to continue its partnership with Disney. Same happened with Tom Holland he got to know his role in a surprising moment.

Who the heck is Kevin Feige and why should we care?

Sources indicate that the point of contention between Sony and Marvel is the belief that Fiege is pushing for producer credits on more Sony movies in the wider Spider-Man universe. Fans will have to wait and see if Marvel will still producing it. They've all been number one openers that have collectively grossed $26.8 billion. Sony Pictures is committing to continuing the Spider-Man franchise without Marvel Studios' involvement, but that is the fault of Disney for cutting short a lucrative deal, according to the studio's response. Right here's the information of Marvel's Studio Internal confliction with Sony. Sony decided that he was asking for too much, and Disney had no hesitation in pulling its man out of the hot seat. The main issue? You guessed it, money. After the news broke out, the hashtag "save Spider-Man" began trending on social media.

I was shocked to read that, especially after the big news that Spiderman: Far From Home just hit the 1 billion dollar mark and that it was the highest grossing movie for Sony of all time.

So regardless of how the stand-off between Sony and Disney ends, let's hope that we end up finally getting the Miles Morales live-action Spider-Man movie we deserve.

The two studios had worked together on 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming and this summer's Spider-Man: Far From Home, which was also the vehicle for introducing the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe following the release of Avengers: Endgame.

Fans had speculated that Sony might have to reboot its Spider-Man saga now that it's parting ways with Disney. Fans instantly connected with Tom Holland's youthful energy and gymnastic abilities, and the character had a compelling arc throughout that slate of movies.

"When my father died, no one from Marvel or Disney reached out to me". Sony sought MCU magic after Andrew Garfield's 2014 Spider-Man underwhelmed at the box office. The only film left under that contract is the Far From Home sequel, though Sony says it will create another after that, which Holland hasn't yet signed on for.

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