Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have finally reached a new deal to keep Spider-Man in the MCU, and this is very different from their latest one. The past few weeks have been a difficult time for Spider-Man fans, with the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, overshadowed by the apparent end of the Marvel/Sony deal. For a short time, it seemed that the wall-crawler would completely leave marvel`s cinematic universe. According to our trusted sources – the same ones who told us that Marvel developed a She-Hulk show and Miss Marvel, long before they were officially announced – the two parties are still in discussion, and the current agreement on the table is apparently for Disney to get 30% of Spider-Man. However, the agreement requires Venom to be part of the MCU. For now, however, it is not certain that the mouse house is ready to accept the conditions. 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 new deal between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures includes only two other films. There will be Spider-Man: Homecoming 3, which will be released in July 2021 and will end Tom Holland`s Spider-Man trilogy and another Marvel Mystery movie. Both are produced by Marvel Studio President Kevin Feige. However, the terms of the agreement have changed somewhat; It has been reported that Disney will now receive 25 percent of the profits from Spider-Man: Homecoming 3, but it is also expected to pay about a quarter of the production costs. Interestingly, Sony Pictures CEO Tom Rothman, known as a hard-fought trader, had actually offered up to 25 percent and a co-financing deal, but that Marvel and Disney were gone. Faced with this, it is hard not to have the impression that Sony has come to the top of this renegotiation, marvel having finally rallied to its proposal. There is a decisive difference between this latest Spider-Man agreement and the one reached in 2015. This initial deal promised a whole series of Spider-Man blockbusters, while this one covers only two films. It is not clear what Marvel and Sony intend to do once these two films have been made; Will the studios return to the negotiating table or will they find a way to complete this partnership? 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.

Unfortunately, while Holland was personally registered for two other films, this seems to have been the end of the old agreement between Marvel and Sony. A new deal had to be made to keep Spider-Man in the MCU – and for a while at least, it seemed like a distant prospect.