The Marvel Cinematic Universe could reportedly lose Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, and some celebs are having trouble coming to terms with the news.
Deadline reported on Tuesday that after failing to come to a co-financing deal, Disney and Sony have decided to part ways with the iconic superhero, meaning Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige will no longer be involved in upcoming “Spider-Man” movies.
On Twitter, “Deadpool” star Ryan Reynolds reacted to the news by responding to a fan asking about a Spider-Man/Deadpool crossover:
Meanwhile, fellow Marvel star Jeremy Renner was less accepting of the news, taking to Instagram to ask that Sony give Spider-Man back to Marvel.
C. Robert Cargill, the writer of “Doctor Strange”, was more focused on Holland, expressing his sadness that the young actor is now “caught in a corporate tug of war.”
Jeff Goldblum, in attendance at Disney’s D23 expo to promote his upcoming Disney+ Nat Geo series “The World According to Jeff Goldblum”, was informed of the Spidey situation and admitted was “crestfallen” by the news. “This is the first I’ve heard of this.. what’s happening? I didn’t know any of this.”