Tom Holland Believes that Sony and Marvel Have a Long-Term Agreement For Spider-Man

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By Elazje Carillo | More Articles Managing Editor
February 25, 2021  04:35 PM

Tom Holland will be returning to play Peter Parker in the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe as Spider-Man: No Way Home. Another major news was the fact that Holland confirmed that No Way Home will be the final one on his contract.

In an interview with Collider, Holland revealed that No Way Home is his final Spider-Man film under his contract. He said that if ever Sony and Marvel want him to be back for the role, he is willing to reprise the role. The actor stated that he loved every minute of being a part of the MCU. He acknowledged that it changed his life for the better.

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The actor continued to say that he is fortunate to be Spider-Man. In the case that they will no longer need him back, he said that he will still be happy because it has been an amazing journey for him.

Aside from his contract, Holland also mentioned the agreement between Sony and Marvel, which was made in 2019, after there was a fall out between the two companies. Holland was credited to be the one that reunited the two companies. 

The actor added that based on his understanding, the deal between the two studios already happened. He doesn’t think that they will run into the same troubles they had in the past. Far From Home was already released when the issue between the studios happened.

The actor said that he believes that the two studios already worked that out and doesn’t believe that there will be a problem in the future. The two studios probably found a long-term deal that will be beneficial for both studios. Holland compared himself to be a kid in the middle of the two, while the two studios were like two parents having an argument.

Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released on December 17, 2021.

Related: Tom Holland to Take MCU Hiatus After Spider-Man: No Way Home as Marvel Contract Ends

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