Fans hoping for a return of Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe are disappointed to hear that, "Tony Hearts, Tony Pictures' Chairman and CEO, Tony Vinciquerra, says," Right now, the door is closed. "
Variety added cryptically at the Entertainment & Technology Summit that "it's a long life," suggesting that the hero of Web Slinging may venture back into Disney's own company in the distant future could.  Vinciquerra insisted that there was no "bad will" between Sony and Marvel after the two had failed to agree on the terms of financing future Spider-Man films, and effectively removed Tom Hollands Spider-Man from both Marvel list future stand-alone and team-up capabilities. However, he also acknowledged the fans' reaction to the news and said it was "an interesting few weeks" for the studio.
Vinciquerra pointed out that Marvel boss Kevin Feige was "incredibly stretched" as new things came along The MCU as one of the reasons for the collapse of the talks.
"We had a great run with (fig) in Spider-Man movies," said the Sony boss. "We've been trying to figure out if there's a way to sort it out, the Marvel people are great people, we have a lot of respect for them, but on the other hand, we have some pretty great people, Kevin does not have the whole
Now that one of the greatest qualities is back in his hands alone, Vinciquerra plans to open its own universe with a variety of Spider-Man characters.
The studio is in production for a second "Venom" movie, an image based on the figure of Morbius and the "five or six" TV series that play in the Spider-Man world.The Sony boss expressed optimistic his belief that the character outside The MCU will perform well, pointing to the success of "Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verses" and the Sony-Amazon series "The Boys" as proof Sony is fully capable of doing so Make mark on the superhero front.
"Spider-Man was good in front of the event films, did better with the event films, and now that we have our own universe, he'll play the other characters too," Vinciquerra said. "I think we're pretty much capable of doing what we need to do here."
Many have expressed hope that Spider-Man could still remain in the MCU, and Marvel star Jon Favreau commented this during his keynote talk at the Ent & Tech summit that "the separation is not due to lack of attempts "is.
"I talked to everyone about it … I'm cautiously optimistic," Favreau said of the Spidey situation. "I think it's a long way and I think cooperation has been very intense so far, so I'm confident we can not all play together anymore."
Set aside the Web-Slinger, Vinciquerra Fiesta states that Sony Studios is "not for sale", although the opposite is reported regularly in the press. The Sony boss also discussed the decision of the studio to stay out of the previous streaming wars, as far as the general market is concerned. A decision that allows Sony to be more "transparent" with its creators by "not engaging in a platform".
Vinciquerra said when he first came to Sony in 2017, he saw the need to make major changes in the studio to keep up with the rise of streaming.
"With the development of the business into the streaming world, both on the cinema and on the television side, there are excellent opportunities, but the organizations that existed at that time were not suited or designed to do so use, "he said. "We were able to change in a relatively short time to be representative of the business, and that's exactly what I like to do. That's fun at work. "
And where in the streaming landscape" Seinfeld "One of Sony's most beloved properties," Vinciquerra will end up with an appropriate lip service. But when he pressed for the timeframe in which a deal would come about, he cryptically stated that it was "beaten before it snows in New York."