First the Internet wanted to invade Area 51, now Sony is the target, with over 5500 Spiderman fans planning to storm its California offices and return Spider-Man back to Marvel.
A Facebook event hosted by three fans was created on Tuesday. The event, he describes, involves dressing up in Spiderman costumes and bringing "our boy home!" (To the Marvel cinematic universe).
The raid is scheduled for October 31
This final frenzystems from a report on a high-level dispute between Sony and Marvel. This dispute means that Marvel Studios President Kevin Fage will no longer produce films on Spider-Man and Marvel will no longer participate in the Spider-Man movie universe.
Ire of fans is mainly focused on Sony, but the company indicated Marvel's role in "Fage" is second to none. "Much of today's Spiderman news has mischaracterized recent discussions about Kevin Fage's involvement in the franchise," a spokesman told CNET. "We are disappointed, but respect Disney's decision not to make him continue as the lead producer of our next action movie, Spider-Man."
Stay hopeful. A Sony spokesman also said he hoped things would "change in the future."
Sony and Marvel struck a deal in 2015 to make Spider-Man movies together. The newest,grossed over $ 1 billion at the box office, becoming the .
Columbia Pictures, the main production of Sony Holding, acquired the rights to the Spider-Man movie in 2000. He made five Spider-Man films before the Marvel deal broughta then away from home.