Spider-Man Leaves the MCU as Disney-Sony Fail to Reach an Agreement on New Deal

According to a Deadline report, Spider-Man is leaving this Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), as Disney and Sony fail to reach an agreement on a new deal.

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige won’t produce any further Spider-Man films because of an inability by Disney and Sony Pictures to reach new terms that would have given the former a co-financing stake going forward. A dispute that has taken place over the past few months at the top of Disney and Sony has essentially nixed Feige, and the future involvement of Marvel from the Spider-Man universe, sources said.

The latest addition to the Spidey franchise, Spider-Man: Far From Home, is Sony’s biggest movie ever, grossing over 1 billion dollars worldwide at the box office. It was amazing that Marvel was able to rehab Spider-Man back into the superstar he was after numerous failed attempts by Sony.

I grew up -

Fans grew up watching numerous renditions of Spider-Man, but the standout was the 90's cartoon that aired on Fox.

I had my first exposure -

90's kids got their first exposure to the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man through the cartoon and various video games.

The show was canceled and I moved onto -

Fans moved onto -


I can't contain the objectiveness of this post anymore.

Sony is going to fuck up Spider-Man AGAIN and I'm highly upset.

To beat a dead horse, I grew up with Spider-Man probably being my favorite superhero (tied with Captain America to be fair). I have a vision of Spider-Man in my head that hasn’t been perfected until Feige course-corrected Sony’s shitty movie studios.

Peter Parker is a mild-mannered teenager. Emphasis on TEENAGER. One thing the cartoon from the ’90s did right was place Peter Parker as an adult already as Spider-Man. It was fine.

Then came the Sam Raimi trilogy showcasing Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man, which batted 2 for 3. Not bad, but the third is so God-awful that it left a bad taste in my mouth for the trilogy as a whole. 5 years later, and a reboot, we got the Marc Webb helmed trilogy with Andrew Garfield taking over the reins from Maguire.

Both trilogies had Peter Parker as a teenager in high school which is fine but they both missed the mark. I’ll tell you why:


A major component of any great film is being believable. Seeing adults portraying teens in school takes you out of the film because your mind is questioning their age the entire time.

Why did the high school teacher look the