'Spider-Man' Tom Holland Breaks Silence On Potential Marvel Ouster

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Tom Holland has broken his silence on the end of the movie rights sharing deal between Sony and Marvel. Speaking at D23 Expo, Holland said "I love you 3000"

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Tom Holland has broken his silence on the end of the movie rights sharing deal between Sony and Marvel for his superhero character Spider-Man.

Tom Holland reacts on stalled deal between Sony and Marvel affecting his character Spider-man:

The actor, who attended the Disney Pictures panel at D23 Expo to promote his new Pixar movie "Onward", said on Saturday the last few days have been "crazy", but he will forever be grateful to his fans for all the love.

"Listen, it's been a crazy week, but I want you to know, I am grateful from the bottom of my heart, and I love you 3000," Holland said.

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Spider-man exits MCU and Avengers:

It was announced on Tuesday that a standoff between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures has ended Marvel and producer Kevin Feige's involvement with the Spider-Man film franchise. Feige was the creative lead on "Spider-Man: Homecoming" and "Spider-Man: Far From Home", which is now Sony's highest-grossing film ever. Post the Marvel-Sony split, Holland's future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is also uncertain. Marvel Studios took to Twitter and stated that negotiations have stopped. They confirmed that Spiderman would not be a part of MCU and Avengers. Marvel also acknowledged Tom Holland for his dedication since his appearance in Captain America: Civil War.  Here's their tweet:

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Meanwhile, fans have reacted after Tom Holland broke his silence. Here are some reactions:

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(With PTI Inputs) 



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