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Sony CEO Says ‘Door Is Closed’ on Spider-Man Appearing in MCU

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Sony CEO Says ‘Door Is Closed’ on Spider-Man Appearing in MCU

Sony CEO Says ‘Door Is Closed’ on Spider-Man Appearing in MCU

Sony CEO Says ‘Door Is Closed’ on Spider-Man Appearing in MCU Sony Pictures Chairman and CEO Tony Vinciquerra recently spoke at the ‘Variety’ Entertainment and Technology summit about the future of ‘Spider-Man.’ In reference to Sony’s recent feud with Disney, Vinciquerra said “for the moment the door is closed” on Spider-Man continuing to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Tony Vinciquerra, via 'Variety' Vinciquerra did say that there was “no ill will” between the studios and may have implied a future resolution, saying “it’s a long life.” When asked about Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, Vinciquerra praised his work, but hinted that Sony would be fine without his involvement.

Tony Vinciquerra, via 'Variety'

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