Durex, a company which specializes in condoms, is the latest to weigh in on Spider-Man leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The official Twitter account of Durex India shared a post voicing support for the #SaveSpiderMan campaign.
In the timely tweet, the graphic states, “The end came too soon? The feeling is mutual.” It incorporates #SaveSpiderMan into the Spider-Man themed graphic.
According to the initial report on the breakup, the bone of contention is a deal would give Disney its stake in the Spider-Man franchise while also bringing Sony’s extended universe of Spider-Man movies such as Venom into the Marvel Cinematic Universe proper. Sony turned the offer down outright without so much as a counteroffer. Sony seems not to want to share what is its biggest film franchise. It instead preferred to keep the current arrangement intact, which sees Disney receiving an approximate 5% of each Spider-Man movie’s first-dollar gross.
For now, Spider-Man: Far From Home, the highest-grossing film in Sony’s history, is still in theaters.