Avengers and Spider-Man: So the Marvel Universes should be complementary


     The return of Spider-Man to the MCU made many fans relieved with relief. After all, two more films about the popular superheroes should appear. Sooner or later, however, he will be transferred to the Venom superhero universe started by Sony. The approach is rumored to start with a cameo. Here's how to connect the universes of the Avengers and Spider-Man.
    Spider-Man is probably one of the most famous Marvel characters ever. But only thanks to a fragile deal between the comic giant and Sony, the superhero may still appear in the successful MCU. In August, this unfortunate situation reached its peak. The negotiations between Disney and Sony remained disappointingly unsuccessful. For a few weeks, it looked quite as if MCU fans would have to say goodbye to Spider-Man soon. Fortunately, the two studios finally agreed on new conditions. According to new reports on the Avengers and Spider-Man, the Marvel universes are expected to complement each other soon.
    For this, however, the completely separate film universes MCU and SMU must first approach each other. The Twitter channel DR Movie News now wants to know how exactly this should happen. The one by J.K. Simmons played J. Jonah Jameson is to have a small appearance in the upcoming SMU movie Morbius. Jameson already knows Marvel fans as an effervescent editor-in-chief from the very first Spider-Man trilogy. In the mid-credit scene of Spider-Man: Far From Home, we already saw him in his element. In the film, he talked about Spider-Man and his alleged sinister plans. On top of that, even Spider-Man's real identity was unveiled, which might cause some trouble for the hero in the future.
    Although the linking of the universes of Marvel and Sony has not yet been officially confirmed. But now another source has spoken up to give the rumor even more credibility. The editor Thomas Polito had heard that the rapprochement could really take place. Polito writes for The GWW, which usually handles rumors of this kind very reliably. However, Polito also restricts: Perhaps the scene with Simmons may not end up in the final cut version of Morbius. Whether MCU and SMU will actually sniff out, we will learn only next year. Then the Spider-Man spin-off Morbius starts on July 30, 2020 in German cinemas.

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