One of the details that many tend to be ignored when speaking about spider-man on the big screen, although it is well known, is that the rights of trapamides at the cinematographic level are not from marvel studios , but about Sony Pictures .

This makes Spidey productions in Marvel s cinematographic universe dependent on agreements and contracts of the most lucrative for both companies.

But this collaboration was born thanks to a Marvel Studios plan to prevent Sony from launching the production of The Amazing Spider-Man 3.

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Movies starring Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker worked well at the box office, but the second of them did not have a warm welcome from criticism and public.

According to the book of The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe , Kevin Feige and the executives of Marvel plot a plan to block the third movie.

According to an extract of the publication, all Marvel executives made a mandatory retirement at a Santa Monica hotel for 2 days.

In said hotel they met to address two issues: how an agreement would work with Sony to make Spider-Man movies and what stories they would count if it was carried out.

The initial plan was to produce five UCM films that are counted with Spider-Man. However, these five became six after the new 2019 agreement, where the production of Spider-Man was agreed: No Way Home.

FEIGE himself was in charge of selling the idea to Amy Pascal , Sony Executive. The rest, as is often said, is known history.

Tom Holland has played Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers Endgame.

As we have said, the next stop of it will be Spider-Man: No Way Home, which arrives on December 17 to the cinemas . Will there be more in the future? We will be attentive to Marvel Studios conspiracies in luxury hotels.