Why Kevin Feige agreed to conquered Alfred Molina?

One of the worst kept secrets in Hollywood is that “No Way Home” will be diving headfirst into the multiverse, and incorporating characters from Sony’s earlier “Spider-Man” movies that starred Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. Alfred Molina, for example, told Variety in April that he will be digitally de-aged in “No Way Home” to look like he did as the villain Doc Ock at the end of 2004’s “Spider-Man 2.”

The implication is that whatever happens in “No Way Home” could allow for Holland to live in Sony’s Marvel movies while also somehow being a part of the MCU. But beyond another appearance by Holland’s Spidey in an as-yet-unannounced Marvel Studios film, “No Way Home” is the last film in Marvel and Sony’s current deal to share the character.

When asked what the future holds for Spidey and Marvel Studios, Panitch sounds an optimistic, if vague, note — invoking Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige.“The great thing is we have this very excellent relationship with Kevin,” he says. “There’s an incredible sandbox there to play with. We want those MCU movies to be absolutely huge, because that’s great for us and our Marvel characters, and I think that’s the same thing on their side. But we have a great relationship. There’s lots of opportunities, I think, that are going to happen.”


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