Feeling unwell for the whole Sony / Marvel Spider-Man break? The tug of war against the beloved character has led to statements by Sony and Marvel President Kevin Fage, as well as reassuring comments by Tom Holland. It may not be enough to allay the worries of fans about Peter Parker's future on the big or small screen, but there are other avenues to see.
One of them is through the new Spidey cartoon show
of Disney. This year D23 was notified
Expo during the Marvel Animation & Family Entertainment panel on Friday.
The show is not about Spiderman as you know it
On Disney Junior, the series is entitled Marvel & # 39; s
Spidey and his amazing friends is aimed at pre-school audiences. That
it won't hit Disney Junior until 2021, but it's at least one new Spider-Man
draft dock following Sony's disagreement. According to Marvel,
Here's what the new series will be about:
"Our beloved neighborhood web slinger is used to working solo, but now Peter Parker needs to find what it takes to become a truly amazing superhero: being a spider friend which works well with others. Together with their friends Miles Morales and Gwen AKA Ghost-Spider, they will team up with characters such as the Hulk, Black Panther and Mrs. Marvel to defeat evil enemies and learn that teamwork is the best way to save the day. " This will be the first full-length Disney Junior series for Marvel
The team behind the program is excited about its creation
and launch, with Marvel Animation's SVP Cort Lane stating
"Everyone at Marvel is excited about the launch of our first Disney Junior Pre-School Series, the gold standard platform for the public. We believe that parents and children will be excited by these stories, filled with topics of friendship, collaboration, problem solving and using your abilities to help others. ”
Since you really aren't too old for cartoons, you won't
a reason Spidey fans will miss checking out the show if they are preschoolers
around to watch it or not. A family fit family can be perfect
An introduction to Marvel fans.
Behind Spider-Man split with Sony and Marvel
If you're wondering how this new series is possible based on "divorce" and custody of Spider-Man, it's because Sony owns the rights the character of the movie . In the past, Sony was developing arrangements for the character to appear in the films Avengers and the MCU Spider-Man films, directed by Tom Holland.
Negotiations are now said to be stagnant, but ongoing, over which
a company – Disney or Sony – will make more Spidey movies moving forward. Fans
and critics of the split think it all comes down to money, but that remains
to see if Disney (the Marvel owner) moves.
The timing of the announcement of Marvel's Spidey and his amazing friends seemed a little awkward to some, but as ScreenRant notes, it can give fans something to look forward to, while the other Spider-Man break is like hungry. And with that, Tom Holland wants fans to know that "he loves you 3000!" Don't give up hope yet.