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I saw it today. Itís probably my least favourite Marvel movie.

The MJ girl is so incredibly BLAND she just bores me to death. Fat Joke Guy is as bad, but then they added Happy Hogan as Fat Joke Guy II and it was even worse. Then there were Joke Teachers. Like, every person is a joke except Mysterio, Peter, Bland MJ and Aunt May.

Even Fury was kind of a joke. Even the drone threat was so over the top that I couldnít feel any sense of danger.

Spider-Man is supposed to be a street level guy who tackles foes with thugs who happened to get an upgrade. This film forgot all that. I get the whole Ďreplacement for Iron Maní arc but it just isnít the Spider-Man I want to see.

Very disappointed.
Finally someone who sees the movie for what it was. I am so tired of their never ending quest of finding humor in literally everything. Also quite done with the derpy spiderman.
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I'm glad it grossed, it's a fun movie, not the best from the MCU, but fun.

Can't wait for the third one !

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They would have to make sure that one is done 100% right or the movie is going to flop straight the ground.
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I saw it today. Itís probably my least favourite Marvel movie.

The MJ girl is so incredibly BLAND she just bores me to death. Fat Joke Guy is as bad, but then they added Happy Hogan as Fat Joke Guy II and it was even worse. Then there were Joke Teachers. Like, every person is a joke except Mysterio, Peter, Bland MJ and Aunt May.

Even Fury was kind of a joke. Even the drone threat was so over the top that I couldnít feel any sense of danger.

Spider-Man is supposed to be a street level guy who tackles foes with thugs who happened to get an upgrade. This film forgot all that. I get the whole Ďreplacement for Iron Maní arc but it just isnít the Spider-Man I want to see.

Very disappointed.
Mysterio was almost exactly like he was in the comics.

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Mysterio was almost exactly like he was in the comics.
Mysterio was fine. The supporting cast sucked.

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SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME
Breaking: Spider-Man Out of the MCU: Marvel, Sony Can't Reach Deal
Kevin Feige out as Spidey producer

According to Deadline, Marvel Studios will not produce any further Spider-Man films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, due to an inability between Sony Pictures and Disney to reach new terms that would have given Disney a co-financing stake moving forward.

A dispute at the top levels of both companies has essentially resulted in Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige being nixed from future Spider-Man projects, according to Deadline. Disney had asked for a 50/50 co-financing agreement between the two studios on future Spider-Man films. Again according to Deadline's sources, Sony turned that offer down. Sony proposed keeping the arrangement similar to the terms that dictated the first two Spider-Man MCU films, such that Disney would only receive 5% of first dollar gross. Disney refused that deal.

"First dollar gross" is a practice in film-making finances that means a participant earns a percentage of the film's box office revenue on the first day of release. Stars like Leonardo DiCaprio used this practice on Inception, making more than double his usual rate as an actor because of the film's unexpected success.

Deadline's sources say that Disney CEO Bob Iger had spent the past several months attempting to broker a new agreement for continued Marvel and Sony partnerships. Deadline's sources also say that Sony has reasoned that the studio will manage without Feige.

It's easy to see why Sony might play hardball with Spider-Man. Spider-Man: Far From Home became Sony's highest-grossing film ever in August, reaching $1.109 billion in global box office revenue, beating its previous record holder, the James Bond 2012 film Skyfall.

This is also potentially why Marvel Studios declined to announce a new Spider-Man film at Comic Con 2019. Sony still holds the screen rights to Spider-Man solo films, and is also the distributor, going all the way back to Sam Raimi's 2002 Spider-Man. Marvel, however, owns all the merchandising rights to Spider-Man.

Deadline's sources state that two additional Spider-Man movies are in the works, and that actor Tom Holland and Homecoming and Far From Home director Jon Watts will still be participating. Producer Amy Pascal, who has worked on every Spider-Man film universe entry since Homecoming (including Venom and Spider-Verse) will also stay on.

Disney completed its acquisition of 21st Century Fox back in May, spending $71.3 billion dollars to take over the studio's intellectual properties.

Disney's $4 billion investment in Marvel Studios has since earned the studio more than $18 billion.

https://www.ign.com/articles/2019/08...?sf107511974=1
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I don't know the exact deal they made with Sony but Sony would be fools to try to get out of it. They are making bank from this deal and would piss off a LOT of fans if they tried to back out. Also, I highly doubt Feige would have invested this much effort into building up Spider-Man in the MCU if he wasn't confident that Holland would be around for a long time.
Well it looks like marvel and Sony couldn't come up with a new deal. Let's see what happens now.
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Disney wanting 50% of the box office is kinda steep. Seems like they were strong arming Sony. The Mouse tryna strong arm a hoe! I can see why Sony would stand their ground against Disney.

Welp, if no new deal is agreed upon then looks like we will see Tom Hardy and Tom Holland on-screen together sooner than we imagined.
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Disney wanting 50% of the box office is kinda steep. Seems like they were strong arming Sony. The Mouse tryna strong arm a hoe! I can see why Sony would stand their ground against Disney.

Welp, if no new deal is agreed upon then looks like we will see Tom Hardy and Tom Holland on-screen together sooner than we imagined.
Nope, cause last I heard Holland is under contract with Disney/Marvel, so RIP that. Anyways wow at Disney being the dickheads in all this would have sworn Sony were the ones trying to pull a fast one, but they're actually trying to be fair here.
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Welp, if no new deal is agreed upon then looks like we will see Tom Hardy and Tom Holland on-screen together sooner than we imagined.
Nope, cause last I heard Holland is under contract with Disney/Marvel, so RIP that. .
But if Tom Holland and Jon Watts are returning for two more Spider-Man films under Sony (Disney or no Disney) wouldn’t that suggest their contracts are with Sony?

I think even if Sony decides to reboot Spider-Man again we will see Tom Hardy’s Venom versus a Spider-Man sooner rather than later.

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