What does the breakup of Sony and Disney mean for the future of Spider-Man

copyrightWhat does the breakup of Sony and Disney mean for the future of Spider-Man

Surprisingly, companies have failed to reach an agreement around Spider-Man.

Spider-Man is no longer part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The superhero who met the group of Avengers in the Civil War will continue his solo adventure without the protection of Kevin Feige, which has fallen like a jug of cold water on the fans. At least, that's what the first news ensures, first revealed by Deadline. Apparently, the talks could continue in development and there may be a turn of events.

Interestingly, producer Amy Pascal talked about the possibility of this break in 2017, "One of the things that I think is incredible about this experience is that no studios are deciding to work together to make a film very often. In fact, it might not happen again after making the sequel to Homecoming. "

We do not know well what it could mean, but, if it were definitive, it would upset the deliveries that are about to arrive. Here we compile some of the possible consequences that this decision may have.


The most significant change is that there will be no mention of characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe or possible cameos. If you liked to see Nick Furia - or what we thought Nick Furia was - together with Peter Parker, you can forget about surprises like that in the future if studies continue with this disagreement. Of course, the young man will no longer see their faces with the next Avengers or work with them to save humanity.


The previous point drastically affects one element: the relationship between Tony Stark and Peter Parker. Both have a very strong bond and, clearly, the millionaire has been key to development as a Spider-Man superhero. The truth is that he would no longer have to appear after his death in Avengers: Endgame, but it would be strange if Parker never mentioned him again.

On the other hand, at the end of Away from home, we discovered that Aunt May and Happy have started dating together. If Sony and Disney terminated the agreement, this plot would be 'cliffhanger'.


Now that the universe they can explore has dramatically shortened, perhaps the perfect time has come for the young Spider-Man to face his best-known big-screen villain: Venom. Rumors about this union have existed since the premiere of Tom Hardy's film in 2018 and, although none of those involved saw it as something in the short term, who knows if they will study this possibility after the premiere of Venom 2 and Spider-Man 3.


According to Variety and Deadline, there are two more Spider-Man films in development, supposedly, with Jon Watts on board, although he does not yet have a contract for the next film. The study can continue its development without problems, but it will no longer have the advice of Kevin Feige.


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