Did Disney And Sony Came To An Agreement

Despite the hard ball, we understand that Disney came back to the table after D23 when they read the crowd of fan boys how angry they were at a possible crack in the Spider-Man universe. It was there that Holland appeared (to promote his film Pixar Onward), acknowledged the studio`s conversations and assured fans: “It was a crazy week, but I want you to know that I am grateful with all my heart and that I love you 3000.” So Disney and Sony came to a common guard. Figue would direct Sony`s films using his muscle and flex of the entire Marvel cinematic universe. Disney would receive merchandising revenue and the chance to use the popular Spider-Man in its own movies. And Sony, which would publish the films, would benefit from the promotion that came from the blockbusters of another studio – oh, and the involvement of Feige, who did magic on Marvel movies for $23 billion. This time, however, the press release from Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures is much more mysterious. This may be partly in light of the fact that the Initial Marvel/Sony agreement was concluded as a result of a major hack, which means that the draft contracts were actually public at the time. Meanwhile, Marvel Studios have become increasingly mysterious; Far, the days when the studio would announce five years of films at the same time. All this of course means that this new Spider-Man deal is much more mysterious. The partnership seemed to be going well. This summer, it was created “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” a $1.1 billion gross film in the world and the fifth-highest film of 2019 in the United States (the only top-five film not released by Disney.) And the character, played by Tom Holland, has become a major attraction in other Marvel films such as “Avengers: Endgame” and “Captain America: Civil War,” especially for younger audiences.

Everyone had something to look forward to. Fortunately and against all adversity, Marvel and Sony have reached a new agreement that keeps Tom Holland`s Spider-Man in the MCU. But there is a decisive difference between how Marvel and Sony handled this new deal toward their initial deal. The first agreement, signed in 2015, was concluded quite far in the open air. The official statements detailed the impact. The initial agreement included five films. Tom Holland`s Spider-Man was featured in Captain America: Civil War and then swung through a series of popular and well-received superhero blockbusters: Spider-Man: HomeComing, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home.