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GentlemanX

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  1. I loved Far From Home. It's my favorite Spidey film now. But that deal is shit and Sony knows it. They're going to be just fine without Feige and the MCU connection.

    1. Tails spin

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      So. In your opinion, how are they going to make a story with him ( Holland's spiderman) without said MCU connection. His identity being revealed is a part of the MCU. His growth as a character is tied to the MCU. So where do you think Sony can successfully make it work without refrencing his past

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      Peter's identity reveal was done by JJ and the Daily Bugle - both elements Sony has the rights to since they're part of the Spider-Man license. Tons of Spider-Man stories can be told with just his group of characters - they have for years. If Sony wanted to, they could go ages introducing characters like Black Cat, Kraven, Morbius, Carnage, Madam Web, Tombstone, Ben Reily, the Chameleon, Scorpion,  etc. - not to mention using characters featured in previous films like Doc Ock or Green Goblin. Even if this had happened after Endgame, a time skip would have been able to solve the issue of getting past Tony's death - but even that was wrapped up in Far From Home. The biggest thing is that we wouldn't see Happy and Shield but... it's not like they'd be forced to reference them. Peter can just do things in New York by himself. This actually would completely open up the possibility of Tom Holland's Spider-Man interacting with the spin-off movies they have planned, something that wasn't certain before (lots of people didn't like Venom, so I can understand why that isn't appealing for everybody - I personally liked it fine). But yeah, this is actually a really easy work around for Sony. And maybe it doesn't need to be permanent, just not reference the MCU stuff rather than actively contradict it and hope Disney plays softball at some point. 

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