Why Adam Robitel denied contentious demon era against Adrian Toomes?

After a contentious renegotiation of the film rights to Spider-Man in 2019, it is unclear if Disney and Sony are chummy enough to share characters with more abandon. But at the same time, a 2020 trailer for the much-delayed SPUMC film Morbius (read more about that here) featured references to Spidey’s current problems in the MCU and an appearance by Michael Keaton as (presumably) Adrian Toomes from Spider-Man: Homecoming. Also, Serkis has said the characters in Venom are aware of Spider-Man, and more recently, Sony struck a deal to bring the Spider-Man films to Disney+, so the relationship may be warm enough for more cross-company cooperation.

The original Escape Room introduced six strangers who are invited by a mysterious host to participate in an escape room challenge where the threats are real and the traps are lethal. By the end of the story, Zoey (Taylor Russell) and Ben (Logan Miller) were the last ones standing, and the company behind the deadly game, Minos, launched an elaborate cover up to make the survivors look like liars. It’s here where Adam Robitel tells CinemaBlend that Escape Room: Tournament of Champions will pick up its story thread and build on the world that has been introduced.

Oh, but then there’s the Bugle itself. Since the newspaper is part of the wider Spider-Man license, it did not appear in the MCU until the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home, where it was the name of J. Jonah Jameson’s (J.K. Simmons) conspiracy theory website. The Bugle‘s usual print dimensions and trade dress in the the Carnage trailer suggests we are still dealing with two separate film universes.

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