BY RICHARD SUPLEE GEEK SPACE CORRESPONDENT Spider-Man: Far From Home is now Sony’s highest grossing film. Ever. And so Sony and Disney did what any well reasonable mega corporations will do. They argued about money and decided to end their business relationship. Because it is hard to share a billion dollars. Marvel Studios Executive Producer Kevin Feige, who produced the previous both Spider-Man: Far from Home and Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), will no longer be producing the web slinger, according to a report on Deadline. And frankly I am unsure what this means. Since Tom Holland portrayed the character in Captain America: Civil War (2016) the character was tied directly into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He was a freaking Avenger who worshipped Iron Man like every nerd on the planet. And the 2 Spider-Man films were about how The Avengers affected everyday people. It is just baffling to try to imagine a new Spider-Man film starring Tom Holland (who is still signed on) without any reference to the MCU. Hopefully this is just an alternate reality news as according to Variety a deal is still possible but the two companies are not currently talking.