Marvel has taken themselves from the verge of bankruptcy to a film powerhouse. It is almost a story that is too good to be true. Fast forward almost a decade, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe is practically untouchable. Not everyone is a fan of the system that the MCU uses.
A few months ago, a few media outlets were allowed to visit the set of the Marvel's Spider-Man: Homecoming. This morning the boycott ended, and reports began to hit the internet. A few of the reports clarify Marvel's intentions with the web-slinger moving forward after Homecoming. According to Producer Eric Carroll, the plan
Peyton Reed, director of Marvel's Ant-Man, doesn't want to involve anyone from the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe in his film Ant-Man and the Wasp. The director is keen on keeping his little niche of the Marvel Universe small-scale and all to himself. He doesn't even want the characters to appear in other