However, with no deal in place between the studios, Feige will not be involved in the two Spider-Man movies it's believed Sony has planned and the superhero will be absent from future Marvel movies.
As Deadline's Mike Fleming Jr. put it, Sony executives Tom Rothman and Tony Vinciquerra "turned that offer down flat" - apparently not even approaching Disney with a counteroffer, as the studio had no interest in splitting ownership over its most commercially successful franchise in history and didn't think it wise to alter the terms of the standing agreement.
Will Marvel Studios and Sony Entertainment stop working together on Spider-Man movies?
Is Spider-Man on his own going forward?
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Earlier this year Avengers: Endgame became the highest-grossing film of all time, followed by Spider-Man: Far From Home surpassing Skyfall to become the highest-grossing film ever for Sony, both produced by Feige. To start with the good news, Tom Holland will indeed continue playing Spider-Man in future movies.
Editor's Note: So far, there's no word on an Australian release for these extra four minutes of footage, but given that we did get the Avengers re-release, it's not out of the realm of possibility. Disney recently acquired Fox and with it scored a ton of Marvel Comics characters that the company was never able to use in films or television projects due to rights restrictions.
Deadline also reported in their piece that Jon Watts and Tom Holland are still slated for two more Spider-Man movies. And the two end credits scenes from Far From Home, one that seemed to possibly open up the Marvel multiverse and the other the possible introduction of S.W.O.R.D., might have been the single most exciting movie in the entire MCU. Feige is most likely not in charge of these movies.
Spider-Man: Far From Home isn't the only Marvel film to make a reappearance in theaters following its initial run, either.