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Kevin Feige & Amy Pascal Confirm That Venom & Black Cat Are Not A Part Of MCU!

I guess Amy Pascal really did misspeak.  Feige and Pascal are back in interview and they clarify what was said in a previous interview; that the Sony Spider-Man spin-offs are a part of the MCU.

While talking to Fandango Managing Editor Erik Davis, Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige clarified that Venom and other spin-offs are not a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

FYI: Just spoke w/ Amy Pascal & Kevin Feige who clarified that Venom, Black Cat, etc are in the Marvel comics universe but not the MCU

— ErikDavis (@ErikDavis) June 25, 2017

Pascal said she was itching to clarify that after the story this week. Those other movies will not take place in the MCU

— ErikDavis (@ErikDavis) June 25, 2017

Although it’s been now clarified that Venom and Black Cat are not in the MCU, this doesn’t mean Spider-Man can’t cameo in those films. Yeah I know Spidey is in the MCU, but I think Sony is willing to go pass that and have him in one of the spin-offs.

It’s not really that surprising that the spin-offs aren’t in the MCU, as that would mean for another deal between Sony and Marvel Studios. It’s possible in the future that the two companies could conjure up a deal but I think that would depend on the success of those films.

Source: Erik Davis

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