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No more Spider-Man in Marvel movies? Here's what you need to know

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 21 August 2019
Twitter is melting down because Spider-Man could be leaving the Marvel movies. Here's what you should know about Disney and Sony's negotiations.
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Spider-Man May Be out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe . In a series of tweets posted on their official Twitter account, Sony addressed the recent reports of their conflict with Disney. According to Sony, it was Disney’s decision to pull producer Kevin Feige from the “Spider-Man” franchise. ....

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