I stand corrected. Sony does still solely own the films rights to Spider-Man, provided now, I believe, those future films don't include any MCU characters or storylines. Disney/MCU, I believe, own the TV streaming rights. Sony is already planning out a new film without Disney/MCU involvement. Not being part of MCU future films is gonna be tough though. They'll have to sign a new agreement if other MCU characters are gonna be part of future films. Disney will want a bigger piece of the pie no doubt--they couldn't imagine Far From Home would top a billion. It's ironic, of all the Marvel Characters, Spider-Man probably has the least amount of glorious FX powers, and Far From Home still made a fortune. Shows how popular Spider-Man really is.
On a side note: I can't believe Captain America movies are making a lot of money. I never once read a Captain America comic. They didn't appeal to me.
Not if Disney has its way. They know Spider-Man: Far From Home was Sony's highest grossing film ever, topping a billion dollars, and that bothers Disney, since they own Marvel Entertainment. They know that could have been all theirs instead of sharing the licensing for Spider-Man movies with Sony. Disney dominates the top 25 all-time box office movies. That is one greedy company. Now, they're in the streaming business too like Netflix.