Jeremy Renner asks Sony to return Spider-Man
The news jumped just two days ago leaving everyone with their mouths open. Sony Pictures, owner of the rights to Spider-Man films, broke his agreement with Marvel, preventing the character from coming out again in the UCM films. The reason? Different ways of seeing the business, following the proposal of Marvel to make a 50/50 cast (seeing the success of everything related to Spider-Man) and not settle for small 5% which he currently perceived from the collection of the premieres.
Obviously matching the conditions has not done any grace to Sony and the solution has been to break paper and take Spider-Man on his own. This certainly causes a major gap within the Marvelian universe. In a way, Peter Parker was being made the spiritual successor of Tony Stark and now disappearing from the plots is not exactly ideal.
Not only think fans of comics and movies of the superhero firm. Even Jeremy Renner, actor in charge of giving life to Hawkeye (Hawk Eye), he has pronounced on the matter, expressing his dissatisfaction – after all, this type of absence affects everyone. It has been in your official account of Instagram, where Renner has not cut a hair and mentioned Sony asking for the return of Spider-Man:
The text reads: "Hey @sonypictures, we want Spider-Man back to @therealstanlee and @marvel, please, thank you." At the time of writing these lines has more than one million four hundred thousand "I like" and more than 19 thousand comments talking about the subject or applauding Renner's post.
Ryan Reynolds, in charge of giving life to Deadpool, has also manifested in this regard but more indirectly. Responding to a twitter who asked if we could now have a Deadpool and Spider-Man movie, Reynolds replies "Yes you can, but you will only see it in my heart."
You can. But you can only see it in my heart.
– Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) August 20, 2019
After all, the disappearance of Spider-Man also carries with it some crossovers that have happened in the comics and that people expected to see in the cinema. The people of Inverse compiled five of them in a great summary, in which we put on the table stories that never (unless things are fixed) will reach the big screen.
In addition to Deadpool – comic strip cutting, on these lines, courtesy of Inverse -, they mention the joint appearances of Spider-Man with the vampire hunter Blade, The Fantastic Four, Shang-Chi (“the Master of Kung Fu”) and Wolverine, all meetings that are already in limbo breaking the hopes of many followers.
As if not to protest Sony, hey.