Spider-Man Will Join Venom & Morbius in Sony’s Marvel Universe
Sony's chief, Tony Vinciquerra, has confirmed the studio's intention to incorporate Spider-Man into the world. universe of Venom and other characters. Vinciquerra thinks that the studio will be "very good" after leaving Marvel Studios a few weeks ago. Peter Parker, who is leaving Tom Holland in the film world of Marvel, has leaked a lot of ink and upset many fans, many of whom blatantly blame Sony. Vinciquerra said: "For the moment, the door is closed."
It seems like Sony wants to prove to the world that they can succeed without Marvel Studios. And why should anyone blame them? Last year, Venom was a box office hit, and Marvel fans were hoping Tom Holland would make at least one appearance. Now, it seems that these fans are about to fulfill their wish. Tony Vinciquerra had this to say.
" Spider-Man was well before event films did better with event films, and now that we have our own universe, he's going to play the other characters Also, I think we're good enough to do what we need to do here. "
This could mean that Tom Holland and Tom Hardy will work together in the near future. It could also mean that Morbius the living vampire of Jared Leto will also be in the game. These are very exciting prospects, but will they have the same impact without Kevin Feige, boss of Marvel Studios, lending him a helping hand? Tony Vinciquerra thinks so. He explains.
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"We had a great run with (Feige ) on Spider-Man films: we tried to see if there was a way to solve the problem … the people of Marvel are great people, we respect them a lot, but we Kevin did not do all the work. "
Tony Vinciquerra reiterated that Kevin Feige was" incredibly thin "with all the new acquisitions of Marvel Studios because of Fox's recent deal. Sony has just brought Andy Serkis to lead Venom 2 and hopes are high. While the first installment was a box office success, comic fans and critics were not very happy with the final product and hope to gain an advantage for the future. In this spirit, they will this time aim at a rating R.
Looks like Sony wants to at least try to see where are the chips with Spider-Man under their exclusive control. With the success of Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far from Home the studio has an excellent length of time, which does not even take Spider-Man: In Spider-Vers in account. Only time will tell us what kind of success Sony will have, but Tony Vinciquerra is confident that they will be fine when all is said. The interview with Tony Vinciquerra was originally performed by Variety.