Published: Wed, August 21, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Tom Holland's Role in Marvel Cinematic Universe Is Likely Over

Tom Holland's Role in Marvel Cinematic Universe Is Likely Over

However, Sony refused the deal and wanted to maintain the current one where Disney would receive 5% of the first dollar gross.

As reported by Deadline, Sony is bringing the Tom Holland-starring Far From Home back into theatres for Labour Day weekend in the US and Canada on August 29.

I won't pretend to have a handle on all the reams of legal licensing agreements that allowed Spider-Man to appear in Disney's MCU movies, but here's a brief recap of the situation: Sony licensed with Marvel Studios and Disney for the Spider-Man character to appear in Disney films like Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Endgame.

Spider-Man will no longer be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Sony and Disney were unable to finalize an agreement to continue their partnership.

Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa Gets 3-Year Extension
The current government has become the second civilian government to forgo its right to choose a chief of army staff. He said a huge change in Afghan was also expected so the continuity was needed at the military's top level.

The inclusion of Spider-Man in the MCU was a win-win for fans and Disney.

But the movie starring Tom Holland as the web-spinning superhero may be the last in the franchise to be co-produced by Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.

On Monday, Sony announced that Spider-Man: Far From Home had eclipsed the Bond film Skyfall with its worldwide box office gross of with a worldwide haul of $1.109 billion. Even so, Sony is clearly confident that the franchise has a bright future ahead without Feige, Marvel, or anyone at the House of Mouse involved in producing it. And, of course, there's the entire Phase 4 of the MCU to look forward to. The critical success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the praise from fans is evidence of this. Peter Parker also developed a deeply moving dynamic with Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), serving as his protégé-on-the-rise and the closest thing to a son that Tony ever had prior to his death in Avengers: Endgame.

Many seem to be complaining as a way to keep Spider-Man in the MCU (for the record, the companies are still in negotiations so there is some hope left), but others appear to be completely serious about the boycott.

Like this: