Spider-Man's Return To MCU: Fans Celebrate New Sony-Disney Deal


Tom Holland's Spider-man will be back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe which has been reportedly confirmed by President of Marvel Kevin Feige

Written By Hrishikesh Gawade | Mumbai | Updated On:

Earlier this year it was rumoured that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man would be leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) after the character’s fifth movie. This rumour was reportedly later confirmed to be accurate by Sony and Disney. Reasons being, Marvel and Sony had ended their deal, specifics of which were not revealed. As per reports, the fans of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man were devastated because of this news. Now, however, the two production giants have agreed on a new deal regarding this character. Sony and Disney have made a new deal, and as of now, it has been confirmed by Kevin Feige, in an interview to a news organisation. Here are fans reacting about the new Spider-Man deal on Twitter. 

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Twitter reactions to Tom Holland Returning to MCU 

Fans of Tom Holland's Spider-Man are seen enjoying the news of his return to the MCU. Social media is now celebrating the return of Spider-Man. Fans all over the world are looking forward to seeing Tom Holland in his next movie. Following his role in the last Spider-Man movies, fans are enthusiastically awaiting the plot-line for this installment of the movie.

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