According to a report by Deadline, Marvel Studios, specifically the man with the golden touch Kevin Feige, won't be involved in the making of the next Spider-Man movies.

Spider-Man in Far From Home
Source: The Wrap

What does this mean? Well, it could spell the end of Spider-Man's appearances in the MCU as well as crossover appearances by characters like Nick Fury and (*sniff* too soon) Tony Stark.

Peter Parker and Tony Stark
Source: Polygon

According the same report, the fall out happened because of a disagreement over money. While the original deal between gives Disney only 5% of the gross box office revenue, Disney was hoping for the revenue in the new deal to be split more evenly, which apparently Sony refused.

Perter Parker and Mysterio
Source: Esquire

For those of you may remember, the original deal was agreed on in 2015, shortly after which, Tom Holland was cast as Spider-Man and the character has since appeared in 3 Disney (Marvel) films - Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.

Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War
Source: The Verge

All this however, throws a huge spanner in the works for the MCU, for whom Spider-Man was a hugely popular and significant character, especially since the last movie implied that the web-slinger would take over from Iron Man as the face of the MCU.

Understandably, fans weren't pleased to say the least.

Let's see how this one plays out.