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FutureStarrWhy Tom Holland's Departure From Marvel is a Loss for Fans
With Spider-Man: No Way Home's massive box office success, fans are eager for Tom Holland to reprise his role as their beloved neighborhood hero - one of Marvel Studios' most beloved stars! But the Sony-Marvel dispute could force Holland to hang up his Spiderman suit permanently - something which fans would surely lament. 1. He’s a Good Actor Tom Holland made a name for himself with his performances as Billy Elliot on London's West End stage, but his acting career truly blossomed when he was cast as Spider-Man in 2015. Since then he has become the face of Marvel movies starring as Spider-Man for three films as well as another upcoming one. And although he has only been performing professionally for under 10 years his success speaks for itself. Holland has proven himself as an exceptional actor, captivating fans with his open and sincere portrayal of Peter Parker. Holland brings Peter Parker's character to life with charismatic charm that is hard to resist, expanding his acting range with each film he appears in. For instance, in Cherry, Holland played a former soldier struggling with addiction and posttraumatic stress disorder who resorts to bank robbing as funding his habit; to portray this complex character effectively he lost 30 pounds, shaved his head, and spent two weeks lying on concrete floors of jail cells as part of portraying him accurately. Holland has also used his fame to do good through various charitable endeavors and initiatives, such as hosting raffles to support charities while giving fans the chance to attend private screenings with him and meet him personally. Furthermore, he visits schools regularly to speak about superheroism and its significance for young people today. Holland's decision to leave Marvel is a tremendous disappointment to fans. He was an ideal fit as Spider-Man and will be sorely missed by both audiences and costars alike. 2. He’s a Good Spider-Man No Way Home (2021), featuring Tom Holland as Spider-Man, has broken box office records and received widespread critical acclaim. Yet some fans feel disappointed that part of his narrative has been abandoned - this especially pertinent given Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have failed to come to an agreement regarding how best to approach future releases featuring Spider-Man. Sony and Marvel had initially agreed upon an arrangement in 2015 allowing Sony-produced Spider-Man movies to appear within the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe despite Disney still owning rights to him. Both studios would share filming costs and distribution responsibilities; with Sony keeping final creative control. Unfortunately, however, things haven't gone smoothly, with Sam Raimi and Andrew Garfield's disappointing pre-Holland reboots failing to build much fan faith or audience loyalty. Holland had hinted even before the release of No Way Home that he may be ready to step away from his role as Batman. While he has yet to confirm this will be his last contracted appearance as Batman, his comments to reporters often reflected an exhausted demeanor befitting of one who is ready for retirement. That makes sense; recent Spider-Man movies have been an emotional rollercoaster, culminating in Avengers: Endgame's heartrending ending where Peter Parker tragically perished. That finale and how its handling elevated Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Unfortunately, two studios could not come to an agreement about keeping Peter Parker moving forward. 3. He’s a Good James Bond Tom Holland has achieved the celebrity and financial success that most actors dream about thanks to his role as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and Nathan Drake/Uncharted in Marvel movies which have grossed over $20 billion worldwide. Additionally, his fans love him because of this. We cherish Tom for all that he's accomplished so far as an actor! He has demonstrated his concern over the toxic nature of social media in the past by temporarily disconnecting from Instagram and Twitter due to abusive comments aimed his way. Recently he shared a video discussing mental health, wherein he lamented at all the negativity being directed his way online. It was smart of him to take such measures; online abuse can be debilitating for stars. Imagine life without Spider-Man; yet that might just be our future. Sony and Marvel have not come to an agreement regarding his rights, leading Holland reportedly being told not to speak out publicly about it publicly - sparking speculation that he could leave Marvel Cinematic Universe after Spider-Man: No Way Home (his final contracted appearance as web-slinger Spider-Man). Ultimately, losing Holland would be devastating for both Marvel and Sony; fans like me who have grown attached to him as our favorite webslinger have learned how to watch superhero movies like comic book readers; replacing him will be hard. Let's hope they reach an agreement soon so we can enjoy seeing more of this wonderful actor! 4. He’s a Good Venom Sam Raimi's trilogy of Spider-Man movies back in the early aughts was met with great fanfare; we remember them fondly from our childhoods to today, and their legacy lives on through Marvel's revamp of Sam Raimi's trilogy and reboot of previous ones, which brought superhero movies into a new era - The Avengers being an amazing critical and commercial success that brought MCU into modernity - further solidifying people's belief that Marvel had something special on their hands that could handle any task set before them, be it Spider-Man or Fantastic Four franchises! While Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) version of Spider-Man proved an immense success, Sony's spin-off movies starring Tom Holland have not fared so well. Marc Webb duology failed to establish a coherent Spider-Man universe and its tone was often all over the place - making them hard for audiences to follow. Even Jared Leto's Morbius from comics was something of an unpredictable mess with its murky cinematography and confusing storyline. Marvel and Sony appear to have reached an impasse in their deal over Spider-Man, leaving Tom Holland's future as Peter Parker/Spider-Man uncertain. It would be a shame, since Marvel Cinematic Universe Spider-Man combined everything that audiences loved from Sam Raimi/Andrew Garfield movies with cinematic flair from MCU films. Hopes remain high that both studios can quickly agree on an amicable solution so we can see more of Tom Holland as Spider-Man in future movies and more of the MCU characters in general if this does not materialise; otherwise many fans are likely to be left feeling let down about what they have missed out on. 5. He’s a Good Hero Tom Holland has been at the heart of Marvel movie mania for six years. He's had leading roles in two films that together have grossed more than US$28 billion worldwide and been one of its marquee names since he made his first appearance as Spider-Man in 2015. But now, with Avengers Endgame and its spinoffs set to bring an end to Phase Five and prepare Phase Six's start-up, Tom Holland seems to be hinting at an impending departure. He has made no secret of his displeasure over Sony's handling of Peter Parker and has shown subtle signs he might be ready to give up playing him altogether. Holland shared an Instagram post featuring several images with Robert Downey Jr, with the caption reading, "We Did It Mr Stark!" This referred to a scene from Avengers: Endgame where Spider-Man tells Tony Stark they saved the universe while crying heavily - an emotionally moving moment that left audiences crying with emotion. While Holland's remarks do not imply his desire to reprise Peter Parker, they do reveal his emotional attachment to the character. Peter Parker has become a fan-favorite in movie audiences worldwide. Furthermore, Holland costarred with RDJ in three Disney-produced Marvel films and two Sony-produced Marvel films as Peter Parker. As well as his appearances on Apple TV+ series and an untitled Fred Astaire biopic, fans hope he makes an appearance as Spider-Man and Nathan Drake from Uncharted to cap off his journey through Marvel's Cinematic Universe and prove he truly deserves hero status.