Sony pulls Spider-Man out of the MCU!?!?! – Angry Rant!

Sony pulls Spider-Man out of the MCU!?!?! – Angry Rant!

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According to Deadline Marvel will not coooperate further in Spider-Man films with Sony in the Marvel Cinematic Universe if a Deal cannot be reached! Could we lose Spider-Man in the MCU?! Our Angry Rant!
*Update* Sony’s Rothman refuses to give up half of Sony’s Biggest Franchise to Marvel in order to have Kevin Feige and the MCU involved in future movies!

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66 Responses

  1. Iftekhar Sarkar says:

    Disney Wanted 50% share of the profits.
    Sony said no.

  2. datpoor _guy says:

    He won’t be feeling good anytime soon, Mr. Stark

  3. Stark Studios says:

    No more JK Simmons as J Jonah Jameson…kinda feels like Endgame is the true end of the MCU.

    • fdub301 says:

      PHeMoX falcon became captain America in the comics genius

    • Duncan McGee says:

      @PHeMoX is Peppers suit really offending you? Is a black Captain America really offending you?

    • Peter Parker says:

      Oh no

    • aydooknow says:

      @Vijay Ganesh then just dont fuckin watch. Simple ?

    • joe man says:

      @Duncan McGee No, what does piss me off is that disney isnt doing it to be the good guys. They just want to trick people like you into thinking they are the good guys. They dont give two shits for feminism or anti-racism, they care about money. Hell, look at all the people shitting on Sony because people immediately think disney are the good guys.

  4. cbalsky says:

    Glad to see people realize this is Disney’s fault rather than Sony’s.

    • The Rind of Zayo Da Dong says:

      You must have a massive hate boner for Disney. Disney was 100% justified in asking for a 50% cut of the profits. They’re the ones making the fucking movies. Plus they originally only got 5%.

    • Stephen Baldwin says:

      50% was most likely a starting point if Sony came back Disney probably would have settled for 30%

    • Nanashi says:

      @The Rind of Zayo Da Dong going from 5% to 50% just cuz ONE movie made a lot of money. But Disney want to be greedy, they want 50%, no compromises. Sony tried to compromise, who knows what the compromise entailed, but disney declined it.

    • People People says:

      People are blaming Sony more than Disney

    • campbellsoup93 says:

      @The Rind of Zayo Da Dong And they’re making the movies for free since Sony is paying for everything. Disney also gets all of the merchandising revenue. Which is astronomical. Did they offer any of that to Sony? Nah, they didn’t. They basically said “We want your money. Give it to us. We’ll give you nothing in return.”

  5. DragonSpear570 says:

    It’s the inner workings of Corporate Commander.

  6. André I. says:

    So, Sony doesn’t wanna let Disney do whatever they want and that makes them the bad guy? Disney has way too much power but you keep protecting their monopoly.

  7. Paul McCluskey says:

    I wouldn’t trust Disney too much.

    Disney = Remake remake remake remake + brutal murder of Star Wars + maybe messing up Spiderman due to blind greed

  8. Mark says:

    It’s fine everyone, Tom Holland can still play the night monkey in the mcu

  9. Michael Smallman says:

    If Disney wants half of Sony Spider-Man earnings going forward, then they would be okay with Sony keeping 50% of the future marvel films that Spider-Man appears in?

  10. DauntingKitty says:

    I love the MCU as much as the next guy, but Spider-Man PS4 is more important to me. I really hope they dont sell the character as I would like to play a sequel lol

    • RS2 says:

      Brainwave 101 I believe more Spider-Man games will come but idk if a sequel to the previous can be made because marvel owns the rights to the story. With Sony branching off, the story can’t be built upon

    • Diego TM says:

      Its gonna be multi plat

    • Daniel Schuju says:

      The game Spider-Man rights are different than the film rights. Activision owned the rights to the games before Sony bought them in like 2015, so it’s not unthinkable that IF they do sell the rights to the movies they will still keep the rights to the game.

    • Koba Kareli says:

      They can just sell movie rights if they want to, but I don’t think they do lol

    • Ish yo boy Rak says:

      Me too the sequels are more important to me than the movie’s mostly because I don’t care for tom Holland’s spiderman he’s cool but they just make him Tony’s bitch and he’s not he’s mj’s.

  11. Dan Boud says:

    Sony: Hey everyone! Remember how excited you were to learn Andy Serkis is directing Venom 2? Well guess who else is on board!

    Pure power-play…

  12. Church Lincoln says:

    Spider-Man: HOMECOMING
    Spider-Man: FAR FROM HOME

  13. Nerulon Skyven says:

    Maybe Tony was foreshadowing this ? “I lost the kid”

    • Flames Of Chaos says:

      Tony lost his life, Cap lost his age, Peter lost his home…Hawkeye lost his honor by murdering a shit ton of asians and his best friend.
      We know who wins this tragic award!

  14. Nasur Akhtar says:

    Everyone blaming Sony. Look at the damage Disney is doing. They are becoming a Monopoly , and now they are playing the victim. Good for you Sony.

  15. Erik Varga says:

    Marvel is making billions on almost each of their films, but they need more…
    That’s the attitude, why people starting to lose their trust in western culture.

  16. Ziyu Moey says:

    Spider-Man: Homecoming.
    Spider-Man: Far From Home.
    Spider-Man: Not Coming Back Home.

  17. MagicSquid says:

    I certainly enjoyed the golden age of comic book movies, brief as it was.

  18. Geoffrey Wright says:

    “I am altering the deal, pray I don’t alter it any further” Nice backfire Disney….

  19. RS1 says:

    Disney just wants the last 2 infinity stones (spiderman & xmen)… Then its going to snap its fingers at sony.

    Im scared… ?

  20. Jake Branthe says:

    “Look at little Iron Man jr………Gonna cry?”
    – Bully Maguire

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