Fans will be excited to hear that Marvel Studios and Sony have come down to a new deal after it was reported that Spider-Man will be leaving the MCU forever due to some issues with both studios. Continue reading…
Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have finally reached a new deal to keep Spider-Man in the MCU, and it’s considerably different than their last one. The past couple of weeks has been stormy for Spider-Man fans, with the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home overshadowed by the apparent end of the Marvel/Sony agreement. For a short period, it seemed as though the wall-crawler was fated to exit the Marvel Cinematic Universe altogether.
Fortunately, and against all the odds, Marvel and Sony reached a new agreement that’s keeping Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in the MCU. But there’s a key difference between the way Marvel and Sony have handled this new deal to their original one. The first agreement, which was signed up in 2015, was done pretty much out in the open. The official statements spelled out its implications in detail.
Read the agreement made by both studios below!
Tom Holland will now be sticking around for at least two MCU movies directed by Kevin Feige including a third Spider-Man film and a mystery event movie. In this deal, it is said that Disney will receive 25% profit but pay for a quarter of costs as well. The deal also allows Kevin Feige to bring Tom Holland’s Spider-Man into their Venomverse, how this will be made possible is still unknown to us.
The agreement could be a final one or could be extended later in the future. Are you excited about the new deal? let’s hear your thoughts in the comments!