The Marvel/Sony Spider-Man cut up has been a tough state of affairs for followers of the pleasant neighborhood webslinger. With there now not being a deal in place, the beloved character is out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the foreseeable future, nevertheless it’s a state of affairs that is not simply upsetting for followers. It’s arduous on stars of the MCU as effectively, together with Benedict Wong who likens the state of affairs to a combat between mother and father.
During a Q&A at FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention on Saturday, Wong was requested about his emotions on the complicated state of affairs and had what is perhaps essentially the most becoming analogy for the entire state of affairs.
“Whatever is going on, it’s almost like ‘Why are mom and dad arguing? They had something beautiful together!'” Wong mentioned. “We’ve got to do it, for the good of all of us.”
As followers are all too-aware, information hit final month that the deal that allowed for Spider-Man to look within the MCU had ended and discussions of a brand new deal — one that will have seen Marvel’s mum or dad firm Disney get a substantial carry of their reduce of field workplace income for Spider-Man films — that will proceed the partnership had ended with no settlement in place. Since the announcement, followers had been hoping that the 2 events would come again to the desk and resolve their points, however final week Sony Pictures chairman and CEO Tony Vinciquerra dashed these hopes.
“For the moment the door is closed,” Vinciquerra mentioned.
“We had a great run with [Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige] on Spider-Man movies,” Vinciquerra mentioned. “We tried to see if there’s a way to work it out….the Marvel people are terrific people, we have great respect for them, but on the other hand, we have some pretty terrific people of our own. [Feige] didn’t do all the work.”
Those feedback make it appear fairly clear that “parental” argument is not going to finish anytime quickly, which means that Spider-Man will not be headed again to the MCU.
“Spider-Man was fine before the event movies, did better with the event movies, and now that we have our own universe, he will play off the other characters well,” Vinciquerra mentioned. “I think we’re pretty capable of doing what we have to do here.”
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