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Tom Holland did this to REUNITE Marvel Studios and Sony to bring Spider Man back to MCU

Tom Holland will return to play the role of Spider-Man in two more movies under the Marvel Cinematic Universe banner. Here's what Tom Holland did to reprise his role as Spider-Man.

Fans were left heartbroken after it was announced that Spider-Man will no longer be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But just a week back fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe were seen celebrating after Marvel Studios and Sony made a new deal. Both production houses declared Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man will return back to MCU for two more movies. Many Hollywood celebrities such as Mark Ruffalo, Dwayne Johnson and more were seen celebrating the news of Holland and Zendaya’s return to Spider-Man.

But what made Walt Disney, Marvel and Sony shake hands on a new deal? It was reported that Tom played a huge part in reuniting them all. A leading daily revealed that Tom was the catalyst that made the two studios agree on the two-movie deal. Tom reportedly made “multiple appeals” to the studio and requested them to find a mid-way. He even approached the Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger and the chairman of Sony, Tom Rothman to find a solution. And seems like he did it as his appeal led to the announcement on September 27. 

It was announced that Marvel chief Kevin Feige will head Spider-Man 3 from the creative point, while Disney will contribute 25 per cent of the budget while they will also take 25 per cent of the nett gross from Spider-Man 3. After the announcement, Tom was seen celebrating the news in the quirkiest way possible. He took to his social media to share a video of Leonardo DiCaprio’s Wolf of Wall Street and stated that Spider-Man is not going anywhere. 

But before Tom dons the Spider-Man suit again, he will be seen reuniting with the Russo Brothers – Joe and Anthony Russo for a non-MCU project. He also recently revealed that he will be taking a break from social media to focus solely on the project with the directors.

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