First the Internet wanted to attack the Area 51, now Sony is the target. Over 5,500 Spider-Man fans are planning to storm their Californian offices and bring Spider-Man back to Marvel's fans, was set up on Tuesday. According to the description, the event includes putting on Spider-Man costumes and bringing "our boy home!" (to the Marvel Cinematic Universe).
The raid is scheduled for October 31
Thisarose from a report about a high-level dispute between Sony and Marvel. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige will no longer produce Spider-Man films and Marvel will no longer be involved in the Spider-Man movie universe Marvel's role in Feige recedes. "Many of today's news about Spider-Man has misinterpreted recent discussions about Kevin Feige's involvement in the franchise," a spokesman told CNET. "We are disappointed, but we respect Disney's decision not to continue it as the main producer of our next live action Spider-Man movie." The Sony representative also said he hopes things could "change in the future."
Sony and Marvel signed a contract in 2015 to shoot Spider-Man films together. The latest,earned more than $ 1 billion at the box office and became .
Columbia Pictures, Sony's main film production holding acquired rights to movie Spider-Man in 2000. It made five Spider-Man films before the deal with Marvelthen Far From Home