Written By Kieran Bugg
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige confirmed that Spider-Man: No Way Home will not be the MCU’s last.
At the time, some YouTube channels and sites enraged fans with bogus speculation that Spider-Man: No Way Home would end with Tom Holland exiting the MCU.
Angering people is a surefire method of clicks for cash. Feige slammed the door on that possibility.
Another potential break up between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures is unlikely to happen again.
We all remember Spider Gate.
August 20, 2019 was undoubtedly a terrifying time for Spider-Man and MCU followers.
Negotiations between Sony and Disney over Spider-Man’s cinematic future smashed into a brick wall.
Consequently, both studios parted ways over Spider-Man: No Way Home. Spider-Man was at risk of being removed from the MCU.
Moreover, the split sparked outrage across the world. Social media blamed and torched Sony for their idiocy.
Not long after this devastating news broke the internet, Sutton revealed on his personal Facebook page that Spider-Man wasn’t leaving the MCU at all.
Disney and Sony were in a spat; furthermore, they would resolve the matter because of the money at stake.
His lone, contrary voice exploded online.
On September 27, 2019, Sutton was proven right.
Sony and Disney reached a new agreement.
Marvel Studios Confirms Spider-Man Will Stay In MCU After No Way Home
Spider-Man was coming back home.
And now he’s staying home.
Nevertheless, fans are still feeling uneasy after Spider Gate and are anxious that a similar fallout between the studios could happen again after Spider-Man: No Way Home.
In Empire magazine, Feige revealed what happened.
I was mentally preparing to emotionally separate from it. I didn’t love it, but it is what it is. And then, thankfully, it came back together.
Regarding whether or not a similar dispute over Spider-Man could happen again in the future, Feige shared his optimism for the future of Marvel and Sony’s working relationship.
I don’t anticipate us going through that emotional rollercoaster, or putting fans through that emotional rollercoaster, again.
This should ease minds over the wall-crawler’s future in the MCU after Spider-Man: No Way Home. With Venom now officially integrated into the MCU via the multiverse, there’s no doubt that the partnership is stronger than ever.