Some people are still holding out hope for Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man to return to the MCU. That includes longtime Marvel Studios actor/ superintendent Jon Favreau, who described himself as” guardedly idealistic” about future collaborations between Disney and Sony. But at the same event, the CEO of Sony Pictures made it clear that there aren’t any more franchise crossovers on the cards.
” For the moment the door is closed ,” said Sony Pictures CEO Tony Vinciquerra, speaking at Variety‘s Entertainment& Technology summit.
Vinciquerra shared positive statements about Marvel producer Kevin Feige‘s input into the last two Spider-Man movies but added that Feige is” stretched fantastically thin ” thanks to other Marvel assignments. Feige’s retirement is the key issue of the Sony/ Marvel conflict, with Marvel’s parent fellowship Disney demanding a much bigger share of Spider-Man’s revenues if Feige was to continue co-producing the movies. Sony chose to reject the offer, and now Spider-Man will become an independent franchise–including spinoff reputations like Venom and Black Cat, of course.
” Spider-Man was fine before the occasion movies, did better with the event movies, and now that we have our own macrocosm, he will play off the other attributes as well ,” said Vinciquerra, foreground the popularity of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which attained with no connection to the MCU.” I think we’re pretty capable of do what we have to do here .”
There’s currently no handout time for Tom Holland’s third Spider-Man solo movie, but notions for the cinema have ever sloped, and spinoffs Venom 2 and Morbius( stellar Jared Leto as Morbius the Living Vampire) will come out in 2020.