It's January 2015 and you Spider-Man fans know what that means. Ever since the infamous Sony Hack in late November many secrets from the company was revealed to the world. Unfortunately it came with a price for the employees of the company but that isn't what we are here to talk about. The good news for film fans was the revelation that Marvel and Sony had been talking for a while to have Spider-Man crossover into the Marvel Cinematic Universe starting in Captain America: Civil War. This was before the hack and the two company's couldn't come to an agreement...then the hack happened which left Sony losing millions of dollars per day and without a play against Marvel.This lead to Sony calling for a "Spidey Summit" to take place this month to figure out what to do with their most profitable character Spider-Man. Will they forge forward with their cinematic universe and forget Marvel all together or will they cave and co-own the character alongside Marvel Studios guidance?
Now today the day of reckoning has come according to Dave of Latino-Review the deal has been finalized. Spider-Man is set to appear in The Avengers: Infinity War Part I & II in 2018 & 2019. Unfortunately for you Andrew Garfield fans he will not be returning to the project. Marvel Studios will use a brand new young actor for the role of Peter Parker. If the rumors are also true the character will be back in High School but won't focus to much on the love stories like the past two franchises did.
The fan favorite top picks for a new Peter Parker include Perks of Being a Wallflower star Logan Lerman or Maze Runner star Dylan O'brien amongst others. This of course needs to be kept into prospective until Marvel and Sony jointly announce Spider-Man is actually back....
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