New Spider-Man movie boycotted by furious fans after Sony removes Marvel favourite from MCU

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SPIDER-MAN fans are boycotting the latest movie in the franchise following a reported stand-off between Disney and Sony.

Deadline reports that Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige is not going to make any more Spider-Man films because the two big-screen giants failed to come to a new agreement.

 Spider-Man fans are outraged that character may leave the Marvel world

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Spider-Man fans are outraged that character may leave the Marvel worldCredit: Rex Features

That means Tom Holland’s character will cease to exist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, alongside the likes of Tony Stark and Thor.

There is now set to be a split between the web-slinging Marvel comics star and the ultra-successful superhero movie franchise.

Many fans wasted little time calling for a boycott of the hit movies – while others went further still and said that 23-year-old actor Tom should refuse to play the character.

One tweeted: “Tom Holland should boycott and drop out of Spider-Man 3 to force Sony to work with Marvel. Spider-Man 3 would TANK without Holland & the MCU behind it.”

 Super-Man fans are calling on Tom Holland to refuse to don the Spidey suit in protest

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Super-Man fans are calling on Tom Holland to refuse to don the Spidey suit in protestCredit: Splash News

Another said: “The best way to show our response to Sony after cutting ties with Marvel is to boycott Sony’s biggest upcoming blockbusters. Let them Know we want Spider-Man where he belongs!”

A third fumed: “I suggest we boycott the next Spider-Man film so Sony gets the point that Spidey made money off the backs of MCU movies and without that they won’t make as much.”

Another fan added: “I’m absolutely broken about Sony trying to remove #SpiderMan from the MCU after how close he was with Tony Stark. A real d*** move on their part.”

They added the hashtags: “#BoycottSony #BoycottSonySpiderMan.”

 Tony Stark and co are staying in the MCU without Spidey

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Tony Stark and co are staying in the MCU without SpideyCredit: Alamy

The stand-off between the studios reportedly stems from a reworking of the deal that would have seen Disney getting a 50-50 stake in the upcoming Spider-Man movies.

Kevin Feige’s previous last two movies broke two records, with Disney’s Avengers: Endgame the highest grossing film of all time and Spider-Man: Far From Home the highest-grossing film for Sony Pictures.


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