Chris Miller and Phil Lord will again co-produce the follow-up to the Oscar-winning animated feature.
The Spider-Man actor personally became involved and helped bring the two studios back to the negotiating table
A new Spider-Man film will swing into theaters in July 2021.
The studio may have found its way into the real-world multiverse for its Marvel properties.
Sony and Disney have abruptly ended the creative partnership deal after new negotiations fell through.
The second Tom Holland outing still works as a comedy, but less as a spectacle.
Now, they just need to get Tom Holland in there.
Filmmaker and his offspring will introduce a new villain, Cadaverous.
Kevin Feige suggests the ball is in Sony’s court.
The writer/director/producer duo will extend Sony’s branch of the Marvel universe to the small screen.
July 2020 is going to be a very crowded month.
We’re not in New York City anymore.