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From the moment Marvel Entertainment formed its own studio to make movies based on its remaining in-house characters, fans have hoped Spider-Man, a Marvel character licensed to Sony, would return home to what they would later know as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That wish was finally granted last night when a new deal between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures Entertainment was announced. For all involved, the best case scenario has been realized even if the deal isn’t structured in fan-idealized form.

In the agreement, Marvel Studios will be able to include Peter Parker and his wall-crawling alter ego in an upcoming MCU movie. Afterward, Sony will release a new Spider-Man solo film on July 28, 2017, which will be co-produced by Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige and Sony’s Amy Pascal. Feige and Pascal will collaborate to take Spider-Man in a new creative direction. That is where the promises end for this deal, but the potential is much greater, if all goes well, and it will.

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