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We have some bad news for Marvel fans hoping to one day have the entire MCU on one streaming service.
The House of Mouse is currently in the process of adding each Marvel Studios movie to its brand-new Disney+, though it will take time before its existing deals with distributors make that possible.
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That pledge apparently doesn't extend to Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home right now, since Sony Pictures still controls the cinematic rights to Spidey and Venom. But maybe in the future?
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"We love our friends at Sony, but we don't have any plans to have the live-action Spider-Man movies on Disney+," Disney's head of content and marketing Ricky Strauss has now told The Verge.
"We will have all the Spider-Man animated shows that we did so they'll be on there under the Marvel banner. But who knows what can happen in the future?"
At this point, we're just relieved Spider-Man is still safely nestled in the MCU for several more movies, especially after the toll the Disney-Sony falling-out took on poor Tom Holland.
"Well... maybe the whole Disney/Sony thing when that happened, that was a bit of a stressful week," he told a convention crowd recently.
"I'm sure there's some contractual obliged thing where I can't say anything about anything, so I'm just going to keep my mouth shut."
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