Spider-Man Will No Longer Be Shared by Marvel and Sony

And even though it can be tempting to roll your eyes at a film re-release, Marvel does know how to make an incredibly visually captivating action sequence, so you know those four minutes are going to be pretty incredible to watch. More on the report below.

Spider-Man: Far From Home might have first hit theaters on July 2, but now it's coming back to theaters (even though it hasn't entirely left yet) on August 29. Still, the flick has been Sony's highest-grossing picture, raking in $1.109 billion in global ticket sales, and Far From Home's opening weekend set a six-day record for Sony, earning $185.06 million in weekend ticket sales.

One source said that a deal might still be reached between Disney and Sony.

Unless a deal can be reached, this doesn't just mean Marvel won't have a hand in Sony's movies - it also means Spider-Man won't be showing up in the MCU again anytime soon.

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That exemption would have expired Monday, but the Commerce Department extended it for another 90 days, as expected. The extension will last 90 days, and is a repeat of the previous 90-day extension, granted back in May .

The report says that Disney requested for future Spider-Man films be a 50/50 co-financing arrangement between the studios, and that the offer could be extended to other spinoffs.

The issue, as you'd expect, is money. The heads of Sony, Tom Rothman and Tony Vinciquerra simply didn't want to share its biggest franchise. Per Deadline, Disney declined that offer, and now the two studios are at a stalemate. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on Tom Holland, Kevin Feige, and the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we learn it.

As Deadline reported exclusively this morning, Far From Home just passed Skyfall to become Sony's all-time top grosser worldwide.

Check back here at The Mary Sue tomorrow to watch me cry about Peter Parker and try and figure out what this deal, or lack thereof, means for Spider-Man and the MCU going forward. Though it is clear that Feige will no longer producer Spider-Man films, Spider-Man may still be involved in the MCU in some sort of capacity. The studio is keeping quiet about what this extra footage entails - which is standard protocol when it comes to protecting surprises and sealing off spoilers - but we have a few ideas regarding what fans might be able to expect to see.

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