This comes at a time when the last two films Kevin Feige produced broke all-time records – Disney`s Avengers: Endgame became the highest-grossing film of all time, and Spider-Man: Far From Home surpassed james bond film Skyfall this week and became the highest-grossing film of all time for Sony Pictures. We`ve heard rumors in the past that Disney and Marvel wanted to buy the rights to Spider-Man directly, but based on the fact that Far From Home is the highest-grossing film in Sony`s history, it seems unlikely that they will hand it over so easily. Roger Wardell — who has a strong track record when it comes to the MCU — says a new deal is being worked out, which could make fans very happy, though. Contrary to early reports, Disney was apparently aiming for a co-financing deal of at least 30% for the two Spider-Man sequels, which are reportedly in the works. Far From Home recently surpassed the $1 billion mark in the coffers of global cinemas, making it Sony`s most successful film to date. As a result, Sony executives felt they didn`t need Disney in the future, while Disney saw it as a chance to get more than the “5 percent of the first dollar gross” it made in previous cooperative efforts with Sony. It`s been a tough week for Spider Man fans. On Tuesday, it was reported that Sony and Marvel Studios had ended their partnership and effectively removed Tom Holland`s Spidey from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. .