There are reports that Marvel's cinematic universe will no longer produce Spiderman films. That's because the conversation between Disney and Sony Pictures is over. The two studios have been sharing the brand of Spiderman films since 2015.
While under the previous agreement, Marvel was also named as producer of the 2017 and 2019 Spiderman films made by Sony, and these films were starred by Tom Holland and were blockbusters.
The deal has been broken recently by Disney and Sony. Because they have been unable to reach an agreement to finance future films. USAToday.com reports this. According to 'Deadline', Marvel president Kevin Feige, who worked as a creative lead in the franchise's two latest films, 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' and 'Spider-Man: Homecoming', is no longer going to play a role in further films. It is said that this will continue as long as there is no agreement between the two companies.
A statement issued by Sony Pictures on the official Twitter handle said, "Most of the news about Spider-Man is being discussed in Kevin Figo's involvement in the franchise. So we're disappointed, though we respect Disney's decision that it will no longer be included as the lead producer of our next live-action Spider-Man movie."