"Right now the door is closed," said Tony Vinciquerra, chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures, at the Variety's Entertainment & Technology Summit on Thursday.
In a deal between Marvel and Sony, Tom Hollands Spider-Man joined the Avengers of the MCU. But this deal expired witha tremendous success for Sony, which put in for its best-earning film of all time  Marvel's super producer Kevin Feige was seen as a big part of it, and Marvel's Disney overlords wanted more revenue at the box office from future Spider-Man movies.
That's not in sight. According to Vinciquerra, there is "no evil will" between Sony and Marvel, and with the flood of new Marvel heroesand together with and .
"We had a great run with [Feige] on Spider-Man movies," Vinciquerra said. "We've been trying to find out if there's a way to find out … the Marvel people are great people, we have great respect for them, but on the other hand we also have some pretty great people."
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"Spider-Man was fine with the event movies, did better with the event films, and now that we have our own universe, he will play the other characters too," Vinciquerra said. 19659006] "I think we are able to do what we need to do here."