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Written by Lewis Mainwaring
Spider-Man is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe under a new deal between Sony Pictures Entertainment and Marvel Studios.
This new deal between both studios will allow Spider-Man to appear alongside Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and others in future films.
The character will appear in a currently unspecified Marvel Cinematic Universe movie. Marvel’s Kevin Feige will produce the next Spider-Man with Amy Pascal, due to hit cinemas on July 28, 2017.