Marvel Recasting Spider-Man After Tom Holland Exits Role Over Creative Differences

Tom Holland is OUT as Spider-Man! Sony is set to recast the iconic role for the Marvel Cinematic Universe following a creative split with the actor.

It’s no secret that Tom Holland is very protective of Spider-Man. It’s why, despite No Way Home being a massive success, Spider-Man 4 still doesn’t have a production start date. While Marvel has been more than happy to wait until things were perfect, it seems the studio has finally split with the Peter Parker actor over a creative dispute.

According to media reports, this difference comes from Tom Holland wanting a more “street-level” story for Spider-Man 4, whereas Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios wanted a buddy-cop movie with Peter Parker and Sydney Sweeney’s Julia Carpenter jumping universes to hunt down Jared Leto’s Morbius.

Who Will Replace Tom Holland As The MCU’s Spider-Man?

Marvel has yet to make any official casting announcement as to who will play the MCU’s Spider-Man following Tom Holland’s departure. Marvel is supposedly eyeing a number of actors for the role, including but not limited to Timothee Chalamet, Asa Butterfield, and Zac Efron.

However, it seems Sony Pictures is planning to take the role in a different direction. The same rumor suggests the studio is looking at Bad Bunny to replace Tom Holland in the MCU. The actor was originally slated to play El Muerto but immediately became interested in playing the Peter Parker version of the version upon hearing that Holland is no longer involved with the MCU.

Source: April Fool’s News

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