Apparently it'll guide the audience into what fans call Phase 4 of the MCU, with the movie dealing with the aftermath of Infinity War just as the first Spider-Man deals with the fallout of Civil War. First of all Spider-Man: Homecoming itself has to be released. After debuting in Captain America: Civil War and with his solo movie Spider-Man: Homecoming coming up, the wall-crawler will next team up with the rest of Earth's Mightiest Heroes in Avengers: Infinity War.
Late previous year it was revealed that the first film in the MCU following both parts of Avengers: Infinity War will be a sequel to this July's hotly anticipated Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige has now explained why Spider-Man is the flawless character to kick off Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Tom Holland's Spider-Man is going to be a major character in the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. "But we do know the specifics and the time line".
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Les policiers en uniforme ont toutefois été absents du défilé cette année et étaient seulement là pour en assurer la sécurité. Les organisateurs du défilé de la fierté de New York n'étaient visiblement pas d'accord avec ceux de Toronto.
Producer Amy Pascal speaks to the unprecedented collaboration. "It's a Sony movie and a Marvel production". As we'll see very soon, the first one will tackle Peter's struggles to balance being part of New York's superhero community with being a regular high schooler.
Considering that Pascal was sacked from her position as Sony Pictures' chairperson for mismanagement (and claims of sexism and racism) after the fallout of the Sony Hacking scandal, her decision to greenlight Paul Feig's all-female Ghostbusters reboot instead of honoring her position as the producer of the long-awaited Ghostbusters 3, and her previous mismanagement of the Spider-Man property, this latest blunder will likely weigh heavily on Kevin Feige's plans for Spider-Man beyond Homecoming 2. He's grown up in the MCU; when Peter Parker was eight years old, he saw Tony Stark say "I am Iron Man" on TV.
With Sony Pictures poor performance at the box office in recent years, the troubled studio is quickly approaching breaking point, which could see the studio sell its production and distribution rights (to Spider-Man and other intellectual properties) or even its subsidiary studios such as Columbia and Tri-Star Pictures.
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