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'''''Spider-Man: Summer Tour''''' is a 2021 live action superhero comedy, drama, tragedy and adventure flick based on the highly popular superhero and is yet another sequel to the long-running Marvel Cinematic Universe and based off the Marvel comics by <nowiki>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stan_Lee Stan Lee]</nowiki>. With the success of [[Spider-Man (2018 film)]] and Spider-Man 2 (2019), Marvel and SONY reached an impasse at their next meeting, eventually decided that for now, the best direction to take the popular superhero was backwards with a film that discussed Peter's first official interaction with Venom, Carnage and Mary Jane, officially inducting both characters into official MCU lore. Halfway through Phase 5 though, trouble was still brewing as the coronavirus epidemic had not died down so principal photography could not get underway.
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{{Detailed_Movie|title2 = Spider-Man: Summer Tour
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|image2 = File:Summer_tour.jpeg|
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|caption2 = "The perfect summer guide for reaching maturity"
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|directed_by = Jon Favreau
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|produced_by = Kevin Feige
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Jon Favreau
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|written_by = [https://fanon.fandom.com/wiki/User:Live2Rise Live2Rise] and [https://fanon.fandom.com/wiki/User:Bat-Knight Bat-Knight]
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|starring = Tom Holland
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Madelaine Petsch
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Tom Hardy
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Woody Harrelson
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Tao Okamoto
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Marisa Tomei
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Matthew McConaughey
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Charlie Rowe
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Rebecca Ferguson
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|music_by = Danny Elfman
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|production_company = Marvel Studios
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Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
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Columbia Pictures
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|distributed_by = Sony Pictures Releasing
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|runtime = 130 minutes (2hr 10 min)
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|budget = $145 million
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|box_office = $2 billion
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}}'''''Spider-Man: Summer Tour''''' is a 2021 live action superhero comedy, drama, tragedy and adventure flick based on the highly popular superhero and is yet another sequel to the long-running Marvel Cinematic Universe and based off the Marvel comics by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stan_Lee Stan Lee]. With the success of [[Spider-Man (2018 film)]] and Spider-Man 2 (2019), Marvel and SONY reached an impasse at their next meeting, eventually decided that for now, the best direction to take the popular superhero was backwards with a film that discussed Peter's first official interaction with Venom, Carnage and Mary Jane, officially inducting both characters into official MCU lore. Halfway through Phase 5 though, trouble was still brewing as the coronavirus epidemic had not died down so principal photography could not get underway.
   
 
Once the global pandemic died down, the ok was given to green light Spider-Man: Summer Tour, only at the cost of Jon Watts who expressed his concern to move onto other projects and exited the MCU on his own terms. Marvel didn't take their sweet time picking a new director a couple of weeks after he left just in time before shooting ever started.
 
Once the global pandemic died down, the ok was given to green light Spider-Man: Summer Tour, only at the cost of Jon Watts who expressed his concern to move onto other projects and exited the MCU on his own terms. Marvel didn't take their sweet time picking a new director a couple of weeks after he left just in time before shooting ever started.
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Revision as of 22:05, June 3, 2020

Spider-Man: Summer Tour is a 2021 live action superhero comedy, drama, tragedy and adventure flick based on the highly popular superhero and is yet another sequel to the long-running Marvel Cinematic Universe and based off the Marvel comics by Stan Lee. With the success of Spider-Man (2018 film) and Spider-Man 2 (2019), Marvel and SONY reached an impasse at their next meeting, eventually decided that for now, the best direction to take the popular superhero was backwards with a film that discussed Peter's first official interaction with Venom, Carnage and Mary Jane, officially inducting both characters into official MCU lore. Halfway through Phase 5 though, trouble was still brewing as the coronavirus epidemic had not died down so principal photography could not get underway.

Once the global pandemic died down, the ok was given to green light Spider-Man: Summer Tour, only at the cost of Jon Watts who expressed his concern to move onto other projects and exited the MCU on his own terms. Marvel didn't take their sweet time picking a new director a couple of weeks after he left just in time before shooting ever started.

The film is produced by Marvel Studios, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures and Columbia Pictures and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing. It will also be produced by Kevin Feige and Jon Favreau. Finally, the film will be directed by the man behind the first Iron Man and The Lion King reboot, Jon Favreau himself.

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