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The recent premiere of Marvel's Spider-Man: Far From Home signaled the end of the current phase of the MCU and the value of one Decades of telling stories that, though critically and commercially praised, were straightforward, white and masculine. With fans looking ahead to the more diverse future of the comic universe, MCU's best, softest boy, Tom Holland, grabs himself.
Speaking The Times before the release of the film, the Spidey Star talked about the possibility that Peter Parker (or another version of Spider-Man) will come out as gay in future films, and said he would, of course, agree with such a development.  "I can not talk about the future of the character because I honestly do not know and it's not in my hands," he said. "But I know a lot about the future of Marvel and they will represent many different people over the next few years."
He naturally referred to the news that Marvel is actively seeking an award for openly gay actor who plays the lead role in the upcoming Eternals which is a more diverse Avengers style The pivotal point of Marvel's Phase Four promises. The box office successes of Black Panther and Captain Marvel were the definitive proof that there is an audience hungry for stories anchored by characters with whom it is a financial incentive that will fortunately also help to enrich the storytelling of the MCU in the further course.
Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, has promised that more variety will be available "shortly", and in June i09 said: "We did not shy away from saying that that is coming and going that there is much more prominent LGBT heroes in the future. "
" The world is not as simple as a white guy, "Holland said. "It does not stop there, and these films must represent more than one type of person."