Published: Fri, October 04, 2019
Culture | By Margie Dunn

Spider-Man WILL Remain Part Of The MCU | 1040 WHO

Spider-Man WILL Remain Part Of The MCU | 1040 WHO

A new report has shown that Tom Holland is the real-life Spider-Man, saving the fouled up deal between Sony and Disney for future Spider-Man movies.

While Sony gained confidence about its handling of 2018's Spider-Man spin-off Venom, Disney was on cloud nine after Avengers: Endgame became the all-time top grosser, standing at United States dollars 2.79 billion, not adjusted for inflation. The actor is expected to return for Spider-Man 3 and a movie that sees him team-up with other MCU superheroes.

Originally, the Disney deal asked for an even 50-50 co-financing deal.

There was concern that Far From Home would be Peter Parker's last adventure in the MCU. Not only will Holland's Spider-Man continue to exist in the MCU, but he's also likely to become a part of Sony's burgeoning cinematic universe, which includes Venom, Morbius, an animated multi-verse, and more.

Holland's perseverance paid off and in a shocker, on September 27, the two companies announced that a deal was struck to bring out a third Spider-Man film together, and for the character to appear in at least one additional Disney-Marvel film.

Fans can catch Holland back in the Spidey suit for the yet-untitled third Spider-Man film, set to launch in theaters on July 16, 2021.

Fans were utterly distraught when they learned Spider-Man (played by Tom Holland) would be heading away from his current home at Marvel.

"Spider-Man is a powerful icon and hero whose story crosses all ages and audiences around the globe". He shared a clip from Leonardo DiCaprio's Wolf of Wall Street and declared that Spider-Man is not going anywhere. ComicBook has learned that the fresh knowing is for Marvel to write down Spider-Man out of the MCU with the motivate of the upcoming two films that contains Tom Holland's Spider-Man. Holland contacted Disney CEO Bob Iger and Sony film boss Tom Rothman encouraging them both to come back to the table to form a deal.

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