Tom Holland helped push the Disney-Marvel and Sony deal through, sources told the Hollywood Reporter.

The unnamed sources told THR that Holland made appeals to Disney CEO Bob Iger and Sony film chairman Tom Rothman to make the deal for Spider-Man to appear in one more collaborated film between Sony and Marvel, which was announced on Sept. 27.

Holland started campaigning for the deal to be made after the D23 Expo, where he appeared to massive applause and celebration. He told Rothman to talk more with Disney. He also reached out to Iger.

“Eventually, a thaw began between Sony and Disney after Holland showed them the outpouring of fan support. In the end, the new deal had something for everyone,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Flashback: Disney-Marvel and Sony struck a deal to bring Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which began with “Captain America: Civil War.” Spider-Man — a character whose rights are owned by Marvel — appeared in “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Avengers: Endgame,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and “Spider-Man: Far From Home.” But the deal broke down when Disney and Sony reportedly couldn’t agree on the money involved for a third film in the new “Spider-Man” franchise, as reported by the Deseret News.

Later: On Sept. 27, Sony and Marvel announced they would team up again for one more film in the MCU to finish the franchise as a trilogy, according to the Deseret News.