Filmmaker Marc Webb has revealed what his own Marvel-Sony installment would have been to complete the trilogy.
Wanting to champion her own run in the franchise until Sony and Marvel changed plans again, the latest Peter Parker has reacted to Dunst's criticism.
The critics have praised Marvel and Sony for finally getting the casting and tone right for the MCU's youngest superhero.
Tom Hardy's nemesis has been identified by Marvel and Kraven and Mysterio are set to feature in their very own installments.
As initial reactions to the 2017 blockbuster are leaked, Sony's Amy Pascal and Marvel's Kevin Feige admit that their spinoffs will relate to Tom Holland's world.
The veteran actor has drawn a parallel between the two films 9 years apart, while Tom Holland gets accustomed to his face on an action figure and Seth Rogen slams Sony.
As Kirsten Dunst takes a swipe at Sony and Marvel for the reboot, Tom Holland said his Peter Parker will be trading on classic 80s nostalgia.
The Englishman is making the switch from DC to Marvel as the action hero gears up for a new extended universe from the studio.
The Marvel President explained that 20th Century Fox have been left to their own devices, even though an MCU inclusion is not beyond the realms of possibility.
The young Englishman has clearly read up on the comic books as he tells the press which supervillains and superheroes he would prefer for the sequel to Homecoming.
While Tom Holland dropped an Empire Strikes Back reference in Civil War, the actor admitted that the first trilogy passed him by.
Walking into a room alongside Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans, the 20-year old recalls the craziest day of his life as he attempted to become the new Peter Parker.