Published: Fri, October 04, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Tom Holland Reportedly Helped the Spider-Man Truce Come to Fruition

Tom Holland Reportedly Helped the Spider-Man Truce Come to Fruition

Remember when Sony and Marvel had a very public breakup and Sony took Spider-Man and went home, disallowing the character from appearing again in movies set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

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 Dollars 2.79 billion, not adjusted for inflation.

It is reported that Holland reached out to the top guys at Disney and Sony after the conclusion of Disney's D23 Expo in August.

Disney/Marvel and Sony ended up striking a deal that favored Sony more than Disney's original demand. He shared a clip from Leonardo DiCaprio's Wolf of Wall Street and declared that Spider-Man is not going anywhere.

After all, Spider-Man is one of the most popular characters in the universe, and after the death of Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) in Avengers Endgame, fans were hopeful for more from the web-slinging teenager being involved with the Avengers.

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On September 27, Holland's wishes came true: Marvel announced that it would produce a third Spider-Man film for Sony and for the superhero to appear in at least one additional Disney-Marvel movie. Nonetheless neither Marvel nor Sony would comprise had a easy time facing that if Spider-Man used to be ousted from the MCU.

Feige said he was "thrilled" to have Spider-Man back into MCU, pointing out the future might hold more surprises as Sony continues to work on its "own Spidey-verse".

Now both the actors are busy planning their schedule for Spider-Man 3. Tom Holland and Zendaya have denied all the rumors about them dating all these two years, and they will likely be denied them for years to come.

But it's now emerged, via The Hollywood Reporter, that Tom Holland himself put in "multiple calls" to both Disney boss Bob Iger and Sony boss Tom Rothman, asking them personally to resolve their differences.

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