The third film in the MCU Spiderman trilogy was finally released on Friday, December 16 after two years. But with that being said, there are many fans who wonder what is the future for Spiderman from this point on. **There will be SPOILERS in here, so please click away if you haven’t seen the film yet and don’t want to be spoiled. 

First off, I just want to say what a fantastic job Disney’s Marvel has done with taking over the Spiderman franchise. The ending to No Way Home couldn’t have been more perfect as it not only wraps up the conclusions of our central MCU characters, but as well as Sony’s version of Spiderman as well. Allowing fans of either Tobey Maguire’s (Spider-Man) or Andrew Garfield’s (The Amazing Spider-Man) Spiderman to finally have some closure after a decade. Including the iconic villains! 

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But where does this leave MCU’s Peter Parker? Well if you remember back in 2019, there were some rumors of Tom Holland having to quit being Spiderman, due to awkward business disagreements on “step- parenting” Spiderman between Disney and Sony. And as of now, Sony still owns the movie rights to Spiderman. 

To me, it seems like Disney is officially ending their ties and relationship with Spiderman and giving it back to Sony forever. Especially looking at the ending of No Way Home along with it’s post credit scenes, it almost perfectly sets up a possible reboot with Spider-Man vs. Venom. 

But let’s not be too sad, because remember Sony is responsible for creating Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) easily one of the best Spiderman movies ever made. So, the possibility of maintaining the “spider universe” is still very plausible. 

Now with everyone in the world forgetting who Peter Parker is, he finally gets his fresh start and official solo story, without the help of the rest of the MCU characters and just be himself; the Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man. 

Thank you so much for reading! Comment down below how you interpret this final film in the MCU Spiderman trilogy. 

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