Spider-fans are distraught at reports Marvel's comics character. Spider-Man is now an established part of the MCU, but his future may be in doubt if the two film studios can't work things out., which owns the film rights to
"As a fan, [I'm] cautiously hopeful that something will come together," Favreau told Entertainment Tonight at the Friday.
Favreau directed the first MCU film, Iron Man, back in 2008, and also starred in Spider-Man's MCU movies Homecoming and this summer's . and sets up phase 4 of the MCU, so Spider-Man is key to the development of Marvel's movies. Meanwhile Favreau's character is now something of a mentor to Tom Holland's Peter Parker, so he'll no doubt be keen to continue that story.
Favreau is also masterminding Disney's new Star Wars series, one of the many new shows planned for streaming service . A trailer is hotly-anticipated at D23, where new footage of may appear too.