Sony Photographs and Walt Disney Studios have failed to come to terms more than the future of Spider-Man motion pictures, Deadline reports, leaving Marvel Studios and producer Kevin Feige out of Sony’s upcoming Spider-Man slate.
This implies that we will not be seeing any a lot more Avengers or other Marvel Cinematic Universe characters in a Spider-Man film — and that it is most likely Peter Parker will not be noticed in any future MCU installments for the foreseeable future.
The dispute came down to funds, according to Deadline.
“Disney asked that future Spider-Man films be a 50/50 co-financing arrangement involving the studios, and there had been discussions that this could possibly extend to other films in the Spider-Man universe. Sony turned that supply down flat […] Sony proposed maintaining the arrangement going beneath the existing terms exactly where Marvel receives in the variety of five% of initial dollar gross, sources stated. Disney refused.”
Asked for comment, a Sony representative declined to confirm Deadline’s report to Polygon.
Sony and Disney’s original agreement was created when Sony’s Remarkable Spider-Man franchise was on its second struggling installment in the box workplace, and the studio faced the prospect of making an additional lackluster film or enabling the film license to revert back to the juggernaut of Marvel Studios. Now, right after two Feige-made Spider-Man hits — which includes 1 that is the highest-grossing film Sony Photographs has ever created — and 3 appearances from the wall-crawler in the MCU, Sony may well really feel that it can steer the Spider-Man film franchise into the future all on its personal once more.
The studio has an substantial lineup of Spider-Man-connected films in some stage of production, which includes Venom two (directed by Andy Serkis) and a sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, plus motion pictures featuring Black Cat, Silver Sable, Morbius the Living Vampire (starring Jared Leto), Kraven the Hunter, Silk, Jackpot, and Nightwatch.