Fans are not happy with Sony Pictures’ decision to part ways with Disney/Marvel. Even some of the actors are speaking out.

Ryan Reynolds and Jeremy Renner, who play Deadpool and Hawkeye respectively, took to their social media accounts to weigh in their thoughts on the current issue in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

 

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Hey @sonypictures we want Spider-Man back to @therealstanlee and @marvel please, thank you #congrats #spidermanrocks #? #please

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Although Tom Holland has remain silent on the dispute and his character potentially exiting the MCU, his dad Dominic issued a statement by tweeting his blog entry detailing his opinion on the matter. He also included the hashtag #SaveSpiderMan.

So far, Renner is the only primary Marvel cast member to speak out about the announcement. His plea was for Sony to work things out for the best interest of everyone’s friendly neighbourhood superhero.

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Meanwhile, Reynolds also showed some love for Spider-Man. “Can we get a Spiderman & Deadpool movie now?” user @ChaoticKing_ tweeted, to which the 42-year-old A-lister responded, “You can. But you can only see it in my heart“. As you may know, Deadpool will eventually join the MCU now that Marvel owns Fox’s film assets.

Contrary to previous reports, it appears that Jon Watts hasn’t officially signed out to director the 3rd and 4th instalment of “Spider-Man” yet. Holland has signed up for at least 3 solo movies, but that isn’t the case for Watts.

Following the success of “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” (which won an Oscar) and “Venom”, Sony Pictures chairman Tom Rothman, reportedly believes that his studio has “‘learned everything (it) needs to from Marvel Studios president Kevin (Feige)’s playbook‘” for producing future “Spider-Man” movies on their own.

This comes after the spokesperson for Sony released an official statement about Marvel’s future involvement in their “Spider-Man” films. Check it:

Source: MCU Direct

Judging from the statement, this seems like an ongoing negotiation rather than a totally done deal. A Change.org petition – requesting for Spidey to remain in the MCU – is currently circulating online. As at time of writing, over 60,000 netizens have signed it.

Sources: USA Today, /Film.

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