Tom Holland's version of Spider-Man is rubbish?
Spider-Man, is Marvel's boss Hua Dan, his own son.
Only Toby Maguire and Garfield's Spider-Man is a classic.
I believe that these remarks can often be seen by everyone, but there are also many people who can't understand why the Dutch version of Spider-Man has such a big controversy.
Especially a lot of people are mocking:
Where is There Spider-Man? It's just the son of Iron Man.
Even Marvel is personally leading the CP pair, and in the setting of the plot, it is also biased towards the father-son CP.
However, each hero has the characteristics of each hero itself.
Spider-Man can inherit the "mantle" of Iron Man, but it is impossible to inherit the mantle of Iron Man.
Spider-Man put on the Steel Armor and can't be Iron Man either.
As a result, Spider-Man in the MCU looks a bit different.
Essentially, it's because the hero's traits are misplaced.
But it is no wonder that Marvel, because of the copyright, led to Marvel can only shoot this way.
I can even boldly say:
As long as Spider-Man's copyright does not go back for a day, Marvel will not be able to make Spider-Man the head of the MCU, and can only make him an affiliate of the MCU.
Because of the interests involved behind this, Marvel is doomed to be impossible to let Spider-Man be in charge.
It may even cause that the more Spider-Man is hotter, the more money Marvel will give away.
It is precisely because of this awkward copyright dispute that spider-man's awkward position in the MCU is doomed to be only used as a plaything by Marvel.
When you need to, take it out for a walk.
For example, when "US Team 3", Marvel and DC played in the ring, "US Team 3" on "BVS", Marvel psychology is bottomless, there is no certainty - after all, DC is menacing at that time, no one knows that it is a soft-footed shrimp - can only take out their best cards, against "BVS".
For example, when the fourth stage is weak, take out three generations of the same frame, sell feelings, and make a big profit.