Correct me if I'm wrong but Sony only owns the movie rights don't they? So apart from the existing Universal deal, Disney can still build the ride since they own Marvel and so the rights to the actual characters and just have it based around the comic.
I think it depends on the movie it's based on. Disney can build rides from the MCU, and since the new Spider-Man movies (Homecoming and Far From Home) are a part of that series, they should be good. If the ride is based on Spider-Verse, however, I'd imagine that's where the problem would lie.
I don’t mean any movie. I mean the actual character. Doesn’t Disney have the rights by owning Marvel conics so they can just do a completely new story, and still have him interacting with other marvel characters without it being MCU Spidey
Yes. Sony's deal is a film rights deal. All other rights (theme parks, merchandise, video games, etc.) stay with Marvel or anyone Marvel has licensed them to. So this only impacts Spiderman remaining in the MCU for future movies.
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