Tom Holland opens up on 'stressful' time as Spider-Man
Tom Holland opens up on 'stressful' time as Spider-Man It was confirmed last month the web-slinging superhero would remain in the MCU after Disney-owned Marvel and Sony Pictures agreed a new deal to allow Spider-Man to continue to be in the Marvel blockbusters, despite the rights of the character to the rival studio.
In an appearance at Comic Con Midwest, Tom had been telling an audience that the build up to his drag performance of 'Umbrella' on TV series 'Lip Sync Battle' was the most stressful time of his life before changing his mind to the recent dramas over his big screen alter ego.
He said: He said: In August, it was announced that Spider-Man was to leave the MCU after the two companies couldn't agree on a new arrangement which would allow the character to appear in both Marvel Studios films and Sony Pictures projects in exchange for a share of the profits between both studios.
After a fresh deal was reached that was satisfactory for both parties, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said in a statement: