Midst rumors and speculations in news and on social media, actor Tom Holland, has finally spoken up about the split between Sony and Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Due to the dispute between Sony Pictures and MCU, it was earlier reported, that apparently, the ‘Wall-Climber,’ that is, Spider-Man is no more a part of the Marvel Films.
Off late, the twenty-three-year-old actor, Thomas Stanley Holland, has released a statement saying he will continue to play the character of Spider-Man. Playing the character, the English actor, has appeared in five films, namely, Captain America: Civil War (2016), Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: End Game, and Spider-Man: Far from Home.
Previously, there was news of re-negotiations between Sony Pictures and Disney, to come to better terms. Holland was spotted at the annual D23 Expo, and addressed the split while appearing at Walt Disney Studios’ presentation of new Pixar movie, ‘Onward.’
Tom Holland said, “Listen, it’s been a crazy week, but I want you to know, I am grateful from the bottom of my heart, and I love you 3000.”
Playing the Peter Parker character will be very different if the Spider-Man is no more a part of MCU. However, Tom Holland has confirmed that he will be playing Spider-Man, and the third solo (movie of Spider-Man) will be very unique.
Jon Favreau, who plays the Happy Hogan in Avengers and Spider-Man movies, has been reported saying he is ‘optimistic’ about the future of superheroes.
Elizabeth Olsen, who plays Scarlett Witch in Marvel Universe, said, “It is sad. First off, he’s the greatest Spider-Man to me. He actually has the youthful energy. He’s been incredible. It’s been really lucky that we’ve been able to work with him. I think it is a big loss and it’s really too bad.”