Amazing. With ‘Spider-Man: Far from home’ even in the cinemas, and converted into the adaptation highest-grossing of the comics of the superhero, with (almost) everyone happy with the new version of Peter Parker, we get the amazing news that the trepamuros will not return to the Marvel Universe.
According to reports Deadline, the agreement has been broken, when Disney and Sony Pictures have sat down to negotiate some of the new economic conditions. Apparently, Disney wanted a greater involvement in the franchise, get to a 50/50 split with Sony, which wanted to keep the deal current; this is, Marvel has received 5% of the box office of the films to change to produce them and be able to use the character in their universe.
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it may Be added that Disney wanted to extend the agreement to all the movies that came out of the universe Spider-Man, which would include not only ‘Venom 2’ but all the spin-offs that have launched Sony (‘Morbius’ with Jared Leto, or ‘Kraven’). With the large sum raised by the last two Spider-Man movies (almost 2,000 million in total) and ‘Venom’ (856M$ ), it seems that Sony have thought that they can continue alone from now on.
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The news Marvel has lost to Spider-Man: it breaks the agreement between Sony and Disney to keep the superhero in the MCU was originally published in Espinof by Juan Luis Caviaro.
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