Spider-Man may be out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but Tom Holland believes the character's future is safe in Sony's hands.
This particularly tangled web has been spinning for two decades now. Sony first got the rights to Spider-Man in 1999, the year before the success of X-Men revitalized Hollywood’s appetite for superhero movies.
Marvel's Spider-Man is an upcoming action-adventure game based on the Marvel Comics superhero Spider-Man, developed by Insomniac Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for PlayStation 4.
With Spider-Man: Homecoming arriving next week, and a number of spinoffs already in development, there’s naturally some confusion about what connections there may be between Sony’s planned cinematic universe and the well-established Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Sony's E3 2017 press conference has wrapped up, and there were a lot of game announcements and trailers for previously revealed titles.
Columbia Pictures has announced its updated release strategy for its blockbuster Spider-Man franchise, which will continue next in 2016 with Drew Goddard‘s villain-centric movie “Sinister Six” before “The Amazing Spider-Man 3” swings into theaters in 2018.