'I’m not giving up that ticket': Tom Holland turned down a USD 1.3 billion franchise with Tom Hardy.

Tom Holland, the beloved actor who has played Peter Parker since 2016, has finally spoken out on Spider-Man's exit from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).  

The current feud between Marvel Studios and Sony Entertainment has left fans wondering about the future of the web-slinger in the MCU. 

A complex discussion between two entertainment behemoths is at the center of this issue. Marvel Studios, helmed by Kevin Feige, 

sought an agreement that would give them 50% of future standalone Spider-Man feature box office earnings.  

However, Sony turned down this offer, causing Spider-Man to leave the MCU. While rumors suggest that negotiations are still ongoing, 

the immediate consequences have been severe.Despite the uncertainty surrounding his character's destiny, Tom Holland appears to be coping well. 

In a recent Instagram post, he uploaded a cheery selfie shot while out for a walk in Los Angeles, alongside none other than Robert Downey Jr.,  

who notably played Iron Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. "We did it, Mr. Stark!" the caption said. 

Fans have been comforted by Holland's playful answer that he is still enthusiastic about his role as Spider-Man. 

Holland and Downey Jr. both posed with action figures of their legendary characters, emphasizing their friendship and the profound impression they've left on the MCU. 

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