Because Marvel's movies have always been relatively more grounded in reality than the comic books they're based on (say it with me one more time: "relatively"), certain characters' more outlandish costumes end up being somewhat toned down in their translation to the big screen in order to make them look realistic. So before it became a tag, it was really just the end of the movie: "Right as he feels he's stepping up as Spider-Man, he has the rug pulled out from under him again".
"If it hadn't, full control would have reverted back to Sony".
That's according to a new report delivered by the entertainment industry newsletter The Ankler, which claims to have details regarding Sony's deal with Marvel Studios.
Rushfield actually took to Twitter to state his source is "very important and knowledgeable".
Luckily, and rather obviously, the film should have no problem crossing that threshold.
Of course, it's entirely possible (and likely, based on various statements) that Holland will renew his contract with Marvel and Sony.
During an interview ComicBookMovie.com, Spider-Man: Far From Home director Jon Watts addressed the rumors regarding a future appearance by the Sinister Six and the cut cameo by Anthony Mackie's Captain America.
While the news may be a bit worrisome for Feige's MCU fans, the good news is that Spider-Man: Far From Home has already passed a half billion dollars at the box office and is now closing in on $600 million after only being in release for seven days or so. As he makes a move to move on and keep Spider-Man on the backburner, The Elementals force him to suit up and align with Quentin Beck aka Mysterio. Let us know your views in the comments section below.
Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal starrer Spider-Man: Far From Home has officially crossed the 50 crore mark at the India box office.