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Secret Wars Won’t End Marvel’s Cinematic Multiverse For One Key Reason (Report)

Of course, the most logical reason for Marvel Studios and Sony to stick with the Multiverse theme is money. By critical acclaim alone, Sony’s “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” and “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” are among the best superhero movies ever made, making them a natural point of interest whenever the future of live-action “Spider-Man” movies is discussed … and if Daniel Richtman’s information is correct, this isn’t going to change anytime soon.

A potential live-action “Spider-Verse” adaptation could probably get by with the various Spider-People and other characters Sony already has the rights to. However, due to turkeys like “Madame Web” and “Morbius,” the SSU’s track record can hardly be compared to that of the MCU. What’s more, it’s unlikely that the live-action film(s) would follow the same beats as the animated ones, so it would make sense to collaborate with the MCU and gain access to its vast pool of fun superheroes who could interact with the various Spider-People — from Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) to Daredevil (Charlie Cox) to even Moon Knight (Oscar Isaac).

This would allow for all sorts of universe-hopping shenanigans — think a hybrid of “No Way Home” and “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” only with even more spider-themed heroes. Of course, this is all speculative at the moment, but considering the success of the animated “Spider-Verse” films, Marvel Studios might very well be interested in getting involved in live-action ones … and if Richtman’s intel proves to be accurate, such things might end up on the negotiating table before long.

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