Spider-Man to stay in Marvel Cinematic Universe after Sony deal

In August, Sony said it was "disappointed" not to be working with Disney on future Spider-Man films amid reports that they could not reach a fresh deal over the web-slinging superhero.

They hammered out a deal on 26 September, according to Variety.

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said: "I am thrilled that Spidey's journey in the MCU will continue, and I and all of us at Marvel Studios are very excited that we get to keep working on it."

'Spider-Man: Homecoming' comes home to Marvel

The result is a fun, unexpectedly lighter-than-air film, one that plays up its comedic aspects more than almost any of its brethren while benefiting from Tom Holland's believable boyishness in the title role.

Tom Holland reveals the enemy Spider-Man can't escape

Tom Holland, who plays Peter Parker in the upcoming "Spider-Man: Homecoming," told CNN that squeezing into the iconic, webbed superhero costume was a real challenge.

"It takes a long time [to put it on]. It takes a long time." Holland explained. "It's so tight! You can't put it on yourself. You need two people to help you put it on. You have to put your arms on, and then you do this [gesturing out in front of him] and then they pull it over and then you have to [talk weird] for about five minutes."

Is the new 'Spider-Man' trailer webbed with spoilers?

The sneak peek features Tom Holland as the new Peter Parker, alongside Robert Downey Jr., who is reprising his role as Iron Man. It also gives viewers a glimpse at Michael Keaton as the evil Vulture.

But some Spidey fans sense the trailer gives away too much, even revealing the death of a main character.

"New Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer looks great, but I wish I hadn't watched it. Much spoilers," tweeted one viewer.