According to the agreements they made, Marvel CEO Kevin Feige will continue to give his production skills to this future Spider-Man movie and Disney will retain the merchandising rights to the character (obviously without video game rights that proved very profitable for Sony Interactive with the launch of a very popular Playstation 4 game). This time, however, the press release from Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures is much more mysterious. This may be partly in light of the fact that the Initial Marvel/Sony agreement was concluded as a result of a major hack, which means that the draft contracts were actually public at the time. Meanwhile, Marvel Studios have become increasingly mysterious; Far, the days when the studio would announce five years of films at the same time. All this of course means that this new Spider-Man deal is much more mysterious. The initial agreement included five films. Tom Holland`s Spider-Man was featured in Captain America: Civil War and then swung through a series of popular and well-received superhero blockbusters: Spider-Man: HomeComing, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home. Unfortunately, while Holland was personally registered for two other films, this seems to have been the end of the old agreement between Marvel and Sony. A new deal had to be made to keep Spider-Man in the MCU – and for a while at least, it seemed like a distant prospect. Remember, the main reason why Disney and Sony first decided to pass their separate paths on the Spider-Man Front was due to disagreements over money, which is hardly an unusual thing in Hollywood. But when Alan Horn performed, when the Bigwigs of Disney and Sony understood how Marvel fans felt about the separation, they decided it was worth exploring a reconciliation so spidey could continue working at MCU. The new deal between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures includes only two other films.
There will be Spider-Man: Homecoming 3, which will be released in July 2021 and will end Tom Holland`s Spider-Man trilogy and another Marvel Mystery movie. Both are produced by Marvel Studio President Kevin Feige. However, the terms of the agreement have changed somewhat; It has been reported that Disney will now receive 25 percent of the profits from Spider-Man: Homecoming 3, but it is also expected to pay about a quarter of the production costs. Interestingly, Sony Pictures CEO Tom Rothman, known as a hard-fought trader, had actually offered up to 25 percent and a co-financing deal, but that Marvel and Disney were gone. Faced with this, it is hard not to have the impression that Sony has come to the top of this renegotiation, marvel having finally rallied to its proposal.