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Marvel fans’ worst fear has seemingly come to fruition. Sony has decided to take its ‘Spider-Man’ film franchise and move on without the involvement of Kevin Feige, Marvel Studios, and Disney. And just like that, the entirety of the ‘Spider-Man’ universe is completely in flux.
Deadline is reporting that a deal that was being worked on with Disney and Sony has completely fallen apart with the latter deciding that it doesn’t need Feige’s involvement any longer in the ‘Spider-Man’ franchise. Sony reportedly feels like they have the formula of a quality ‘Spider-Man’ film already and have secured Tom Holland and director Jon Watts for two more films. So, why do they need Feige?
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Wow. Just wow. What a **** mess.
The facts first, before we get to speculation, goes something like this — Disney wanted to work out a more involved deal for future Marvel Studios/Sony collabs, where the Mouse House would co-finance (and thus, share profits) on future ‘Spider-Man’ films, while also having a bit more control over the extended ‘Spider-Man’ Universe, like ‘Venom,’ ‘Morbius,’ etc… Apparently, the report says that Sony was so upset with the offer that Tom Rothman, Sony boss, didn’t even counter the terms with a compromise. Instead, the studio will opt to leave Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige behind.
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But here’s the problem — No Feige, no Marvel Cinematic Universe. And perhaps, the success of the last two ‘Spider-Man’ films, steeped in MCU lore, will...
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