After weeks of negotiations over Peter Parker’s future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it looks like Spider-Man is back for one more adventure. ComicBook has confirmed that Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have agreed to make one final movie that will finish the trilogy that began with Spider-Man: Homecoming, effectively ending the Wall-Crawler’s intro trilogy with the MCU. According to the studios, the main cast from the first two films is expected to return for this third and final Spider-Man movie, including Tom Holland, Zendaya, Marissa Tomei, Jacob Battalon, and Jon Favreau, while producers Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige will join director Jon Watts for this final film. read the rest here
So, it isn’t perfect, in fact, it’s far from it. All we know for sure is that we’re getting one more movie. We get to see arguably the best Web-Slinger we’ve ever seen with a great supporting cast at least one more time. We’ll hopefully get to see the conclusion of arguably one of the biggest cliff hangers in MCU history. That’s all we know for sure.
We might get to see him in future Avengers movies, we might even see him in as a cameo in another hero’s movie, but the bulk of Spider-Man standalone movies will be made by Sony, again not ideal, but it’s something.
Let’s see where it goes, but for now Tony didn’t die in vain.