When we meet adaptations of Marvel comics on the big screenone of the recurring torments is the network of rights over the characters they have.
Luckily, the Disney’s acquisition of Fox in 2019 solved a good part of those situations, but others continue today. The rights to Spider-Man and his villains and ancillary characters, for example, belong to Sony Pictures.
Thanks to an agreement, Tom Holland, the current iteration of Marvel’s Trepamuros, militates in the UCM of Marvel Studios. However, Sony is building its own Spider-Man Universe with villains and other Spider-Man related characters.
The president of Marvel Studios and architect of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kevin Feigefrequently serves as an adviser on these Sony films, even though they are not directly part of the MCU.
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In fact, according to The Ankler, the producer gave Sony a key piece of advice about the Spider-Man movies: He basically told them to take it easy and not to run.
Looking at Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man Universe project org chart, it doesn’t seem like they paid much attention to Kevin Feige.
Despite the Morbius debacle, the studio has the Kraven the Hunter movies in the works, Spider-Woman y Madame Web. That’s not counting the Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse movies, which we understand play in another league, for now.
For now, the play with the Venom movies has gone well. The two films starring Tom Hardy they have performed well at the box office, although they have sowed division between fans and critics.
However, Morbius has bitten into bone. The film starring Jared Leto it needed to be re-released to scratch a few million and get at least a collection of 160 million dollars.
Do you think Sony Pictures is taking the right steps when it comes to their Spider-Man Universe movies?
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