Spiderman will no longer be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the 'divorce' between Disney and Sony Pictures.
After the 'divorce' between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures, Tom Holland's Spider-Man will no longer be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But that doesn't mean you have to say goodbye to "your friend and neighbor." Sony prepares at least two more deliveries on Spider-Man with Jon Watts (Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far from home) as director and Holland himself, from the Keystone Comic Con in Philadelphia. He has promised that the next installments will be "bigger and better". The interpreter has also advanced 'crossovers' of new characters.
"The ideas we have to see how we can expand the Spider-Man universe and incorporate new characters into it and cross it with others are very exciting. Very exciting," said Tom Holland. "It will only get bigger and better from here, which is fantastic." After the success of Far from home - 1,115 million dollars raised at the global box office - one of the options is that Sony brings together the same Spidey of Holland and Venom of Tom Hardy - Venom 2, directed by Andy Serkis ( Mowgli: The legend of the jungle), opens on October 2020 in the US
Sony, in case of not reaching a new agreement with Disney / Marvel, has at its disposal the rights of almost 900 characters of the comic stamp. It also develops, in different stages of production, 'spin-offs' on Morbius, Kraven 'The Hunter' and Black Cat. Another option, although more remote, is that Sony decides to make a kind of Spider-Man: A new universe in real action with Spider-Gwen, Miles Morales, etc and, who knows, even with the returns of Tobey Maguire (Spider-Man) and Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider-Man). In any case, if we pay attention to Holland, everything "bigger and better".
In the case of Marvel Studios, Phase 4 begins with the premiere of Black Widow on May 1, 2020. Then you can watch the series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (in autumn 2020 at Disney +), Eternals (November 6, 2020), Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (February 12, 2021), WandaVision (in spring of 2021 at Disney +), Loki (in spring of 2021 at Disney +), Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (7 May 2021), What ... If? (in the summer of 2021 at Disney +), Hawkeye (in the autumn of 2021 at Disney +) and Thor: Love and Thunder (November 5, 2021). During the D23 Expo, Disney has also announced the series Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight, and She-Hulk.