This seems to be a big deal if true - and we stress "if", along with our caveat in the headline above that Marvel "may pull out" of future Spider-Man films because I'm also seeing a number of so-far unconfirmed reports that suggest Deadline may have been a little aggressive in getting out in front on this.
The outlet notes that two Spider-Man movies are now in the works with star Tom Holland and director Jon Watts, meaning Feige will not be the lead producer of those movies as Marvel Studios will apparently no longer have any future involvement in the Spider-Man universe.
While his real mom and dad are long gone, Spider-Man's proverbial guardians Disney and Sony have been disputing over how best to look after him. Well, that doesn't appear to be the case as Deadline has reported that the deal is over, with Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios no longer involved in making any future Spider-Man movies. To start with the good news, Tom Holland will indeed continue playing Spider-Man in future movies. Sony wanted to keep that deal in tact, Disney didn't, and so Disney came forward with its own proposition.
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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.
However, the big question is how this will affect the MCU, which has heavily featured Spider-Man in its overarching narrative. Peter Parker also developed a deeply moving dynamic with Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), serving as his protégé-on-the-rise and the closest thing to a son that Tony ever had prior to his death in Avengers: Endgame. The bad news is that he likely will never be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe again.
Despite the negativity the movie received and still receives, Spider-Man 3 is the highest-grossing non-MCU Marvel movie of all time with Venom at second.