Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the Spider-Man interpreter and the president of Marvel Studios had their say on the recent facts about the franchise.
After the failed agreement between Sony and Disney regarding the Spider-Man franchise, Tom Holland and Kevin Feige personally intervened on the matter at the D23 Expo that took place over the weekend in Anaheim, California.
“We basically made five great films,” Holland told Entertainment Weekly. “They were fantastic five years. They were the best moments of my life. What will the future hold for me? All I know is that I will continue to play Spider-Man. It will be fun, regardless of how we decide to do it. The future of Spider “Man will be different, but it will be just as fantastic and amazing. We will find new ways to make it even more beautiful.”
The president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, added: “I feel gratitude and joy for Spider-Man. We made five films inside the MCU with Spider-Man: two independent films and three with the Avengers. It was a dream that didn’t “I never thought it would happen. It was never expected to last forever. We knew there would be a limited time in which we would be able to do it, and we told the story we wanted to tell. I’ll always be grateful.”
According to reports from the Washington Post, it would have been Disney who wanted to break up with Sony. A choice that, moreover, has not failed to raise numerous controversies among the public.
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