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Tom Holland opens up about 'Spider-Man's' future amid Disney-Sony rift

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Tom Holland opens up about 'Spider-Man's' future amid Disney-Sony riftWashington D.C. [USA], Aug 25 (ANI): Actor Tom Holland recently opened up about 'Spider-Man's' future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), following the news of Disney and Sony failing to reach a deal on new films of the iconic superhero franchise.
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