Tom Holland’s Spider-Man might not appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe anymore. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has pulled out of producing future Spider-Man movies, due to disputes between Sony which still holds the rights to the character and Marvel’s parent company Disney over revenue sharing from films. Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man launched the partnership between the studios with his appearance in Captain America: Civil War and he appeared in five MCU movies overall.
Disney received five percent of first dollar gross for Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home, but the studio wanted a bigger percentage moving forward. Sony opted to keep the five percent in place and the studios were unable to reach an agreement on the matter.
The last installment, Spider-Man: Far From Home, has earned over $1 billion at the worldwide box office; it’s predecessor, Spider-Man: Homecoming, has grossed nearly $900 million worldwide. Both films were co-produced by Feige.