The future of “Spider-Man” franchise after Disney and Sony Pictures failed to reach a co-financing deal on upcoming superhero films is not to be going anywhere.
The social media is also fired up into the sky after hearing the sad news instance from all over the place this whole past week.
Tom Holland himself in an interview with Entertainment Weekly elaborated on the situation, “Basically, we’ve made five great movies. It’s been five incredible years. I’ve had the time of my life. Who knows what the future holds? But all I know is that I’m going to continue playing the character.
Tom also said it clearly that said he is having the time of his life in the industry playing the iconic role. “It’s going to be so fun. However, we choose to do it. The future for Spider-Man will be different, but it will be equally as awesome and amazing, and we’ll find new ways to make it even cooler,” he concluded.
Also, Robert Downey Jr. has not given any attachments regarding the Disney and Sony’s decision and neither something has heard from his team.
The news caused a tornado on social media that even led to #SaveSpiderMan trended on Twitter. Actor Jeremy Renner, who plays Hawkeye in the Avengers films, and Tom Holland’s father Dominic Holland also made their displeasure public.
“It’s upsetting,” said by the Scarlett witch herself, Elizabeth Olsen. Paul Bettany (Vision), said, “Having him around on the set and at these events, he’s such a shining light and always happy,” Bettany said. “I’m gonna miss him. He’s so gifted.”
Tom’s friendly enemies Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan also talked seriously about the topic and in a mockery, they also felt the same pain and harshness and hoped for the best and tie up for the character between the two company. “Thor: Ragnarok” famed Jeff Goldblum said he was”crestfallen” to hear that Spider-Man” might not return to the MCU at the D23 Expo.
“It’s not always just the happy ending; there’s got to be the bittersweet reality of people don’t always end up where you want them to be, or they’re not always going to be around. That’s an important life lesson to know, it’s something every human being faces at some point,” concluded by Haley Atwell, who played Agent Carter.