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Marc Webb Teases The Amazing Spider-Man 3 and The Sinister Six







Warning: Huge/Mega/Major spoilers for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 below.
If you ventured out to see The Amazing Spider-Man 2 this weekend, you were no doubt left with a few questions, such as: "What was up with those Doctor Octopus and Vulture teasers?" and "Where do we go from here?". While the announcement of the third and fourth "Amazing Spider-Man" films tells us that Sony is planning on keeping this franchise going for some time, director Marc Webb says they had to make sure that those super villain teasers weren't present for nothing.
"I had to talk to Drew Goddard (The Sinister Six writer/director) and make sure these things were going to be played out in the future universe," he said in an interview with Grantland. "There are some very specific plans, for example, for [Doc] Ock and for Vulture. Or the man in the hat at the end of the first movie. All those things emerge with varying degrees of emphasis."
Now the "man in the hat" was confirmed in the film to be Gustav Fiers aka The Gentleman, a character responsible for putting together the infamous Sinister Six in a series of novels and it seems he'll be taking on that responsibility for the film as well.
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Sony Planning Female Superhero SPIDER-MAN Spin-Off For 2017 Release

Well, the (relatively) poor BO performance of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 doesn't seem to have deterred Sony from continuing their plans for spin-off movies. Deadline report that they're planning a female hero-led flick for 2017, with a scriptwriter already in place.




Sony may have pushed their Amazing Spider-Man threequel back to 2018, but it seems they are still determined to move ahead with their planned spin-off movies, and now Deadline report that we can add another to the list: A female superhero flick, eyed for a 2017 release. Though we don't know which character it'll focus on (Black Cat seems likely given that Felicia Hardy was introduced in TASM 2), Lisa Joy Nolan (Westworld) has been hired to write the script, with Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach producing. Before that though, we'll have that Sinister Six movie we've been hearing so much about (now set for November 11, 2016) and the site have heard that it'll be Doctor Octopus rounding up the team of villains. They only speculate as to who the other members will be however. Plus, they reckon the title of the Alex Kurtzman directed Venom movie bound for 2017 will actually be Venom Carnage, suggesting that we'll be seeing the clash of the symbiotes. Which female hero do you think Sony will go with? Deadline also name-check Silver Sable, Stunner, and Spider-Woman as "strong possibilities", but that could well just be speculation.
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Alex Kurtzman Teases VENOM; "You Can Do Things That You Can't With SPIDER-MAN"


The Amazing Spider-Man 2 producer and writer drops a few hints about the dark direction that the Venom movie he intends on directing will take, and much to the relief of many fans also confirms that he has no involvement with 2018's The Amazing Spider-Man 3...




Despite the fact that Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci's screenplay for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was not well received by a lot of critics and fans, the former is still attached to helm Venom (which has been rumoured to be called Venom/Carnage) for Sony Pictures. There's currently no firm word on any sort of release date, leading many to believe that the spin-off - which has been rumoured for a number of years - will never happen. Regardless, when MTV News caught up with Kurtzman to ask about the project recently, he said: "The idea is that you can do things with Venom that you canít do with Spider-Man. Venom is the representation of every line that will get crossed. Heís a much darker character." Interestingly, he actually believes that Sony have a head start on Marvel and their Cinematice Universe because of the franchise's history. "You know, Spider-Man has the benefit of having so many more movies than even some of the movies that have 2′s and 3′s in front of them from Marvel." His advice for whoever works on The Amazing Spider-Man 3? "I think as long as it keeps staying true to character, and true to who Peter is, and putting him in interesting and complicated situations, itíll survive. Because itís so beloved Ė everybody loves Spider-Man." Well, yeah, we all loved him until you came along Alex...

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Venom Or Carnage Could Be Main Villain In SPIDER-MAN - SINISTER SIX Team-Up Film


More leaked emails from Sony have surfaced online and these provide details for their Spider-Man franchise, whether the Marvel deal happens or not. If it's the latter, future films could include Ultimate Venom, Sinister Six and possibly Carnage.




The "Sony Hack" continues to produce tantalizing behind-the-scenes information regarding Sony's Spider-Man franchise. The latest emails to leak online involve Spider-Man film producer Matt Tolmach, Sony Pictures Entertainment chief Amy Pascal and Columbia Pictures president of production Michael De Luca. In it, Pascal informs De Luca that Tolmach would like to introduce Venom into the Spider-Man franchise, but doesn't think the character could support a film on his own. He would rather introduce Venom in the Sinister Six film. And that film will feature Spidey teaming up with the Sinister Six to take down an even bigger threat. Who could be more dangerous than the Sinister Six? Tolmach would like the main villain to be either Carnage or Venom. If it is the latter, Spider-Man will wear his black suit in the film. He'll remove it when he can't handle being teased about the look by members of the Sinister Six. I kid you not. And of course, whoever finds Spidey's discarded suit will then become ... VENOM!

By the way, kudos to Badass Digest for accurately reporting most of this information near the beginning of October, a week before this leaked email was produced.

In the follow up email, De Luca explained to Pascal all of the options their Spider-Man franchise had in front of them at that time. He brings up the previously-confirmed deal Marvel Studios offered Sony, which would allow Spider-Man to join the Marvel cinematic universe. To be more specific, Spider-Man would make a cameo in Captain America: Civil War. If the deal was agreed upon, De Luca reports that Marvel would introduce A BRAND NEW SPIDER-MAN. See you later, Andrew Garfield. De Luca seems gung-ho about the cameo. He thinks it could spark new interest in Spidey. Fans would look forward to Spidey's next film without Sony having to make a Sinister Six film just to put fannies in the seats. Either way, De Luca would be happy with whatever direction Marvel president Kevin Feige chose for the Webhead.

That's all based on the deal with Marvel actually happening, but as of right now we know it hasn't, and De Luca addressed that grim possibility as well. Wisely, De Luca proposed another Spider-Man reboot, but this time, it won't spend a lot of its time on Spidey's origin or his parents like The Amazing Spider-Man films did. De Luca also thinks Venom, Carnage and Hobgoblin would be nice additions to a reboot. He especially likes Ultimate Venom because his suit isn't formed from an alien symbiote. He'd like to explore the modern Spider-Man comic book stories written by Michael Bendis, Michael Strascynski and Brain K. Vaughn.
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EXCLUSIVE: Channing Tatum As 'Venom'? Here's Who Else Sony Wanted For SINISTER SIX...

Back in May, The Sinister Six was moving along rather nicely, and we now know who both Drew Goddard and Sony execs wanted to fill some key roles. Tom Hardy as Sandman? Emily Blunt as Scorpion Scorpia? Hit the jump for all of their good, bad, and laughable suggestions...




In emails from late May (before The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ended up being a critical and commercial failure and fans recoiled at the idea of a movie starring The Sinister Six), the spinoff was moving along at a steady pace. However, by the time October rolled around, there was talk of it also featuring Spider-Man, Venom, and Carnage. November meanwhile would see a deal with Marvel begin to fall into place...and then quickly fall apart if some reports are to be believed! Regardless, The Sinister Six has likely gone through a lot of iterations by now, but that makes the following no less interesting. If the movie does somehow happen? Here's who Sony might want!

Thanks to musician Val Broeksmit of Bikini Robot Army (who sifted through these emails for us and provided us with proof of their authenticity), we know who Sony were considering for some of the key roles in The Sinister Six. Unfortunately, first names are used in some instances, so we couldn't quite figure out who was who, but the ones you see below are the ones we do know for sure. Bear in mind that this is a wishlist, NOT confirmation of actors who they were in talks with.

Drew Goddard apparently loved the idea of Tom Hardy playing Sandman, and in one email really pushed for Emily Blunt as Scorpia (who is an actual comic book character, and not just a female version of Scorpion). Amy Pascal put forward Emilia Clarke and Elizabeth Olsen, but noted that it was too late to do anything about the latter due to her Avengers: Age of Ultron role. Sean Penn, Denzel Washington, George Clooney, and Daniel Craig were also all discussed/rejected for roles, with Penn directly mentioned as a Doctor Octopus candidate. Woody Harrelson is too. Colin Firth is also suggested as The Vulture. Going back to Sandman, he'll apparently be the movie's comic relief, and so a list of names are reeled off, including Danny McBride, Jonah Hill, Chris O'Dowd, Michael Pena, Joel Edgerton, Jason Clarke, Sharlto Copley, and a number of others.

Things take a slightly offensive turn when Amy Pascal "jokingly" suggests Jared Leto for Felicia Hardy and points out that Emily Blunt looked "anorexic" in a recent photo. Keri Russell might be too "Keri Russell" apparently, but she does like the thought of Ruth Wilson or Rose Byrne taking on the role of Scorpia. Idris Elba meanwhile is apparently "only good when he speaks British", and Pascal even suggests turning to Jackie Chan or "original bad guy walter white" who she asks, "is he ever good in anything else". Really. This is basically just a brain fart of ideas, but there were definitely some actors they were more keen on than others. For example? Channing Tatum apparently wants to play Venom, but now that he's Gambit, that seems less likely.

Some final bits for you; Doctor Octopus is described as the team's leader and needs to have quirks so as not to be boring as The Sinister Six's straight man. Avi Arad also suggested female Venom Ann Weiying for the female team spinoff, and Hannah Minghella brings up a suggestion made in jest by Emma Stone that she returns as Carnage (like in the Ultimate comics) as a "thought to consider for the future" because it "could be really cool/sexy/intense to see." Crazy stuff, eh?
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SINISTER SIX Wouldn't Have Tied Into THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 Or Been A 6-On-1 Movie


While he won't reveal which villains were set to star in Sinister Six, Drew Goddard talks here about how the movie wouldn't have been the traditional hero vs. villain battle most of us expected and reveals that the end of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 really didn't mean all that much...



For better or worse, Drew Goddard's Sinister Six movie is stuck in development hell. The writer and director left Daredevil and gave up the opportunity to helm The Martian in order to concentrate on the spinoff, but the Sony Hack changed everything, as did a deal between Marvel and Sony (putting this and a number of other Spider-Man projects on the shelf for the foreseeable future). Asked by IGN how it felt to have Sinister Six snatched away from him, Goddard explained: "[For] me, the making of it is the special part. Then after that itís the business part. Like, I want people to see these things, but itís done. And with Sinister, you know I love that script, it was really fun. I love the artist I was working with. Iíd love to make that movie someday. But if we donít? I still got to write it. I still got to do it. And you canít take that away from me, man."

Goddard wouldn't reveal which villains he chose to be part of his Sinister Six, but surprisingly explained that the exposition heavy finaly few minutes of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 would have had very little impact on what he had in store. "I felt strongly that I wanted this movie to just stand on its own. I feel like, in general, I get tired of these movies where theyíre becoming too much of a puzzle for people to solve. Iím like, no, just have fun." That's fair enough, but this also emphasises just how directionless Sony were in their plans for the Spider-Man franchise.

Finally, talk turned to the dynamic of the movie, and it sounds like we wouldn't have got two hours of the wall-crawler battling out with six of his greatest villains. "When youíre doing just a straightforward superhero movie, you donít need a lot of villains. The focus is on one guy. I think with Sinister, itís different. To me it's less about too many villains and more about too many antagonists and thereís a distinction. You never say, like, The Dirty Dozen has too many characters. Theyíre all villains, or you could argue that. But theyíre protagonists. The trick with Sinister, is that I was making everyone the protagonist and less about six-on-one and more about coming at it a little differently. That was the idea." What do you think about these comments?
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Sony's Sinister Six Movie Is Still In Development, Says Producer





Producer Amy Pascal wants to revive Drew Goddard's Sinister Six movie, in light of Sony's recent success with the Spider-Man franchise. Following the studio's failed attempt to launch a shared universe around The Amazing Spider-Man films, Sony's webslinger brand is arguably stronger now than it's ever been. Tom Holland's Peter Parker joined the MCU last year and has since become one of the franchise's most beloved stars. Meanwhile, Sony's Venom is one of 2018's biggest box office successes and the studio's animated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is already one of the year's most critically acclaimed films (superhero, animated, or otherwise).

Sony isn't wasting any time building on that success either, and already has sequels to Venom and Spider-Verse in the works (not to mention, an all-female character spinoff for the latter). The studio is also moving full speed ahead with other Spider-Man villain films, starting with Morbius the Living Vampire starring Jared Leto. However, if Pascal is to be believed, the postponed villain team-up Sinister Six might not be too far behind those movies.

In an interview with Vanity Fair to promote Spider-Verse, Pascal touched upon the many Spider-Man films that Sony currently has in some stage of development. Among them are Goddard's Sinister Six script, which the Cabin in the Woods and Bad Times at the El Royale filmmaker originally wrote for the Amazing Spider-Man series. Pascal told Vanity Fair she still hopes to make the movie with Goddard, whenever he's ready and willing:

ďIím just waiting for Drew to be ready to direct it. I would do anything with Drew Goddard. Iím just waiting for him to tell me he wants to."



Goddard actually stepped down as showrunner on Marvel's Daredevil Netflix series to go make Sinister Six a few years back. That made it all the more disappointing when the Amazing Spider-Man universe was eventually abandoned and Goddard's villain team-up was (seemingly) lost with it. Unfortunately, Goddard finds himself in a similar position yet again, now that X-Force (his intended Deadpool spinoff) has been delayed by Disney's purchase of Fox. It's worth noting, however, that X-Force hasn't been outright cancelled yet, so Goddard may yet work on that film next. Still, depending on how things shake out once the Disney-Fox deal is finalized, it sounds like Goddard's Sinister Six plans could be revived instead.

This year's Bad Times at the El Royale showed that Goddard (among other things) knows how to craft a crackling yarn featuring unscrupulous characters. That makes the prospect of him tackling Sinister Six all the more enticing, especially now that he'll have more creative freedom than he did back when the spinoff was part of the Amazing Spider-Man continuity. Either way, here's hoping he gets to actually direct a comic book movie at some point in the future.
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