Sony-Disney-Marvel disagreement: They let Kevin Feige go! How is Tom Holland doing? Is he going to be”Spider-Man” or not?

After a homecoming to the Marvel Universe, Spider-Man is out on his own once more. A reported “inability” to reach “new terms” between Disney-owned Marvel Studios and Sony have resulted in a break-up that will see Tom Holland continue his role as Spider-Man in new movies that will not take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The disagreement between Disney and Sony about sharing the Spider-Man character has caused a significant conflict, because of which Kevin Feige’s five-year plan for the MCU may have been destroyed.
Deadline first reported the story. As per the reports, the two studios were unable to reach terms on a deal. The deal is supposed to give Disney a co-financing stake in future films.

Tom Holland, and its director, Jon Watts, are expected to do two more “Spider-Man” films, but unlike 2017′s “Spiderman: Homecoming” and “Far From Home,” the president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige won’t be the lead creative producer of those movies.

So the real question is… Tom Holland still Spider-Man?

Well, that is a real deal, but you can take a breath of relief as Holland will still play the role of Peter Parker and will be seen romancing with Zendaya’s MJ in two more superhero films — but outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

There is an update by Variety which reports that the deal isn’t totally dead. The agreement between Sony and Marvel may still be reached. However, if MCQ lost the deal, they will end up losing Iron Man and Captain America as part of Endgame, but for now, they may lose Spider-Man as well due to this contract dispute.

The Hollywood Reporter from 2016 states that Holland’s initial contract was for three Marvel projects and three solo movies total, meaning that his contract should only include one more solo film. However, Deadline’s latest report from some inside sources claims that Holland will do two more solo Spider-Man movies, both to be directed by Jon Watts.