Additionally, Spider-Man's return to the future Sonyverse means that his chance to meet Jared Leto's Tom Hardy Venom or Morbius just increased significantly, much to the delight of internet meme makers everywhere.  CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM except kevin feige listening to amy pascal pic.twitter.com/kCqHC153pK
– roby saw baywatch x52 (@iamthatroby) June 18, 2017
lost from the Spidey movie-making process – not the most unfounded answer, given Sony's confused Spider-slate status before announcing the Marvel partnership in early 201
However, there is a bit more of a problem for Marvel. Since its introduction in Captain America: Civil War in 2016, the Spiderman has become an increasingly integral part of the MCU. Outside of his two solo films, he has since been one of the most prominent characters in The Avengers: War for Infinity and his death in this film proved to be one of the main motivators for Tony Stark's actions in Avengers: Endgame next year. Spider-Man: Away From Home 's latest solo movie, not only was he responsible for introducing the new MCU status quo, but it also seemed to be annoying the next big cartoon movie for Marvel Studios. Spider-Man, it was clear, was very important to the MCU.
And now, he won't be there.
On the one hand, this won't be an immediate problem for Marvel – note that there was no Spider-Man movie announced as part of the Marvel Phase IV at San Diego Comic-Con last month – but on the other hand. How exactly will Marvel dance around the fact that you can't imagine a character who – in the latest latest Marvel movie released – was already the face of MCU superheroes?
Of course, you may just not mention it and hope that everyone in the audience understands why, but this seems like a bit of a risky move given the voice demands of fenbase. There is potential for some comic, space-themed storylines that literally replace Spiderman with characters from the Fantasy Four or X-Men franchises, which could give those introductions extra weight to the story (and may explain why no one has heard of these characters so far).
Maybe it's too early. In 2012, when The Avengers hit the big screen, it seemed inconceivable that Spider-Man would join them in the movie Civil War four years later. Maybe Sony and Marvel will make peace and make a deal to maintain the integrity of the MCU as it is. But if not, don't be surprised if the fifth movie Avengers opens with Doctor Strange staring obscure corpse in the morgue and comments that yes, this is Peter and is such a shame that the incident left he is completely unrecognizable and he will be an inspiration to all who move forward. This is what you would like.