The MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) is a colossal blockbuster ring, meaning almost every movie Marvel has made in MCU, has been both critically and financially successful. Avengers: Endgame was one of the most anticipated films of 2019, and more recently Spider-Man: Far From Home has passed the $1 Billion mark in Box Office revenue. However, in light of Far From Home’s success, Sony who owns the Spider-Man Movie Rights has pulled from the MCU deal. This is due to a disagreement between the financial split of the profits from the movie.
The deadline gave details to this calamity. They state that Disney approached Sony with a 50-50 agreement. Sony refused to agree with the terms, now threatening to remove spider-man from the MCU. According to Sony Pictures Chairman and CEO Tony Vinciquerra, The door is now closed for any other offers.
During the course of researching and writing this article, Marvel and Sony actually came to a new agreement. Many fans were enraged about Spider-man being removed that it actually caused Sony to go into renegotiations. Tom Holland, who plays as spider-man, also help bring back renegotiations by showing the executives the feud going on with the fans. Spider-Man is still in the MCU thanks to fans of the web-slinger and even the actor himself showing support for the deal to continue on.