Three more movies, promised Amy Pascal , one of the main makers of Spider-Man: No Way Home . His bravado took place shortly after Tom Holland showed his doubts about continuing to play the wall-crawler within the Marvel Universe, and when there was already a matter of days before his next film was released, considered the closing of the trilogy that Spider-Man began. : Homecoming .
The question remained whether Pascal had only been carried away by his enthusiasm, but the fundraising for No Way Home on its opening weekend is being too brutal not to touch the subject again.
This Friday both she and Kevin Feige , creative director of Marvel Studios, gave an interview to the New York Times . In it, the boss of the cap was quick to confirm it: there will be more Spider-Man, and both Sony and Disney are already working on it for at least one more movie.
“Amy and I, Disney and Sony, we are talking… and yes, we are actively beginning to develop where the story is going,” Feige says, “which I’m going to say openly because I don’t want the fans to go through any separation trauma. like what happened after Far from home ”.
The creative director refers to a harrowing months of 2019 (shortly after Spider-Man: Far From Home was equally successful at the box office) where the agreement between Sony and Disney that allowed the introduction of Spider-Man in the MCU had hit a point. thread.
Due to conflicts related to the percentage of collection and merchandising , for weeks it seemed inevitable that the Marvel Universe would run out of Spider-Man, but emergency meetings (apparently sponsored by Holland himself) managed to put the two majors on in agreement.
It is clear, in light of the success of No Way Home , that Disney and Sony are very comfortable with their partnership, and nobody wants a repeat of what happened in 2019. “This will not happen this time,” Feige reassures us. then dig into what we can expect from the next Spider-Man movie . “At the end of the movie we just made you see Spider-Man make a momentous decision, one you’ve never seen him make before. It’s a sacrifice, and that gives a lot of scope for the next film. “
Pascal agrees, and qualifies those statements he made about “three more movies.” “We are producers, so we always believe that everything will work out. I love working with Kevin. We have a great relationship with Tom Rothman, who runs Sony and has been fundamental, a great leader with great ideas. I hope it lasts forever ” . Indeed, and as part of the public already knows, No Way Home concludes with a very suggestive scenario for Peter Parker, which not only acts as a shocking ending but, in Pascal’s words, could serve as a “launch point” for a new chapter.