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  1. Morrigan2575

    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    It is an oddity, she was never seen/mentioned again. I had assumed she was snapped but, who knows.
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    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019)

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    Season 7 Anticipation

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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    Wow, way to kill me. I'm betting Tom is as upset by this as the fans.
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    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019)

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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    Yes, no, sort of? LOL They were part of a Love Quadrangle (Quick Silver/Crystal/Black Knight/Sersi). I can live with Kit as Black Knight, he was a boring character (unless they do the Proctor storyline - which I doubt Kit will be good with) Gemma Chan as Sersi is interesting, so much better then those awful rumors about Angelina Jolie.
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    Wolverine is 5'3" he's actually still too tall being 5'8 (more like 5'6") Sorry Just saw the other replies
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    Wow. Lots of announcements. Shocked at Kitchen Harrington, MCU is pretty good with casting and he's not a good actor IMO.
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    I think it was a nod but, I preferred the original. The train scene in Spider-Man 2 hits the perfect emotional notes for Spidey and New Yorkers.
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    A 70/30 split doesn't seem the least bit unreasonable of a deal. Sony got greedy and, now they need to do something to prove they aren't going to fuck over Spider-Man...again. Disney/MCU really won't suffer or care over the loss of Spider-Man (financially) other than really wanting all of their toys back home.
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    Tom Holland was signed for 6 movies and the MCU deal was only for 5 movies. It's why there's a lot of speculation that Sony always intended to end the Disney deal after Far From Home, provided Venom did well (Which it did). If Venom bombed Sony would have (most likely) used the final movie on Holland's contract to extend the Disney deal.
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    Assuming that's even true and again we don't know that. All we know is Deadline claiming a source (most likely from Sony) Deadline Article I mean seriously, the "Source" is obviously Rothman or someone working for him...he totes saved Venom after Fiege took a shit on it!!!! Also the "demand" wasn't Give me 50%! it was Disney saying let's be 50/50 partners in all things, i.e Disney/Sony would now split the production cost and the profit sharing and, probably marketing costs as well. It's not like Disney (assuming the message isn't totally slanted) held a gun to Sony's head and said give us 50% of the profit or else! The first deal was Sony put up all the production and marketing costs and, held all actor/director contracts. Marvel came up with the story and executed everything (for the 2 stand alone Spider-Man films). Basically Sony were silent partners, while Marvel did all the work. In exchange, Marvel got to use Spider-Man in 3 of their movies and, got 5% of the First Dollar Gross on the 2 stand-alone Spider-Man movies. Personally, I don't think Sony ever planned to renew the deal so, this is just them taking their ball and going home, while pointing their finger at Disney as being big meanies. As for a Sony/Rothman being able to produce a great Spider-Man movie? I'm not holding my breath, he has an awful reputation with Comic Book/sci-fi movies.
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    Huh? The deal is up with Far From Home. How do they have a few years to work out a deal? Any renewal would be now, not in a few years
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    Yes but, in this case they're pretty spot on. I do know that ME has some deep/baseless spec at times. I can't even look at a Star Wars video without a couple of pounds of salt but, I do think they're right about Sony not wanting to renew the Disney deal and wanting to use their Spider-Man/Venom-Verse to compete with MCU.
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    The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    I wouldn't hold my breath on not getting Wolverine. Pretty sure Marvel still shoves him in every comicbook they can manage. As much as I'd love to believe the MCU wouldn't make new X-Men movies the Adventures of Wolverine and those other guys...I'm not holding my breath.
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