Jeremy Renner takes to social media to express his anguish over 'Spider-Man' exit

The Marvel Cinematic Universe will reportedly no longer produce Spider-Man films as the deal between Disney and Sony Pictures has ended and the two giant studios have parted ways now.

The two studios have been sharing the Spider-Man brand across a plethora of films since 2015 and sharing profits. However, both the parties recently opted to break the deal as they are "unable" to reach new terms for funding of future movies, as reported by Hollywood media.

While social media saw an uproar from the fans expressing their anguish over the split which resulted in the exit of Spider-Man from MCU, 'Avengers-Endgame' actor Jeremy Renner wasn't far behind in expressing his thoughts on the same.

Renner took to social media and wrote, "Hey @sonypictures we want Spider-Man back to @therealstanlee and @marvel please, thank you #congrats #spidermanrocks #🏹 #please"

'Spider-Man' only began appearing in Marvel films after a highly secretive, 2015 deal struck between the Hollywood giants but with the deal coming to an end the future of the teen web-slinger in MCU seems to be very bleak. 

Channing Tatum quits Instagram, says gonna go and be just in the real world for a while and off my phone

On Wednesday, the American actor and singer broke million hearts with an announcement. He shared his decision of quitting social media as he wants to take a break and be away from his phone for a while. In his announcement, he also added that he needs a break and would be taking a hiatus from Instagram and his other social media accounts.

He wrote, “I’m gonna take a break and come off socials for a minute,” he wrote in a post to his fans. “I’ve been trying to get inspired and create again. And to be honest I don’t really feel, or at least I haven’t felt very creative on social in the last couple years now. I’m gonna go and be just in the real world for a while and off my phone. I’ll probably come back at some point. But if I do I want to have a direction or a clear point of view of why I’m on here and what I’m putting out there.”

Probably, the reason for him to take this decision is he wants to get inspired and create again. While it came as a shocker to some of his fans, some supported him with his decision of staying away from social media.

“Sometimes the best way to re-balance and clear our mind to refocus, is to completely disconnect from the noise,” commented a fan. “Disconnect to reconnect with yourself,” commented another. “Good decision, sometimes you need to be off . Of everything,” a fan added further.