This leads us to our second problem. Marvel's original plan for the Civil War Story line was to include Black Panther in place of Spider Man to ensure certain actions would happen according to plan. Now that Spider Mans in the mix and has effectively pushed back every Marvel film with the exception of Avengers part 3 and 4, there is some talk that Black Panther could potentially be dropped from the mix. Hopefully, we'll get a more standalone title for Black Panther and won't lose a potentially awesome Marvel film. They've already cast the part so hopefully it stays that way.
Last, but not least, our most recent Spider Man has truly lost on on this deal. Andrew Garfield is indeed out and Marvel and Sony's deal has effectively put him out of the job. Granted, I really don't feel like he did a bad job at all, but given that they're looking to reboot the story in a high school setting, Garfield at the age of 32, would be hard to manage. There would also be a lot of unanswered questions, considering The Amazing Spider Man 2 left a lot of doors open. All in all, we'll see more of him in the future but lets hope the next Spider Man film is worth seeing, until then, enjoy this clip of Garfield dressed as Spider Man at comic con a few years back.