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This Is How Much Loss Disney Has Faced Due To SpiderMan’s Exit From Marvel

| Published on August 27, 2019

The Spider-Man partnership between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures has come to an end with some drastic results for the Entertainment world. In 2015, Marvel and Sony signed a deal after which Spider-Man entered the MCU. Spider-Man was acquired by Disney in 2009 when it purchased Marvel Entertainment for an amount of $4.2 billion. However, the movie license of Spider-Man and related characters such as Green Goblin and Venom is with Sony Corporation.

Now, It has been finalised that Spider-Man won’t be seen in the movies of MCU however, it will be an important attraction in the theme parks that will be made by Disney in France and South California. Recently, Disney showcased this in its plans for rides which include Spider-Bots, high tech version of Superherp’s suit, etc.


One thing is confirmed that if both the companies don’t agree on financial terms, Marvel won’t be a part of future Spider-Man movies and Spider-Man won’t be appearing in the movies of Marvel Cinematic Universe. It has been conducted that Disney will lose around $22.5 billion globally as the series of MCU movies featuring Spider-Man earned that figure and it will be a quite confusing state for Disney as well because it will be promoting a character in its theme parks but won’t be earning from it on the box-office.

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