Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Spider-Man COULD still be coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe!

....If we are lucky.

     If you are not following the Sony hack news, you may not know that a large number of emails and data from Sony Pictures Entertainment were made available online by an as of yet unconfirmed source calling itself/themselves "GOP" and "Boss of GOP". Upcoming movies were released and "salacious" opinions, sure to mar the studios relationships, were made known. However, for the Web-Heads out there, this small possibility was made known...with no indication of what is to come.

Are we only to see more of the same? 
     The leaked data showed that Sony was in talks with Marvel Studios to bring Marvel headliner hero Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This may have included a part in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War movie. The final deal would be that Sony would have shared the costs of a Spider-Man movie, 60% of which would be paid by Marvel, for which Marvel would regain creative control of the project. Sony seems to have passed on that deal.

Much as how they passed on this scene.

      However, new information has surfaced, from unnamed sources, posted by our friends at IGN. Sony Japan is apparently extremely disappointed with the quality of the Sony Spider-Man movies and thinks of the deal with Marvel as still in negotiation...for the sake of the quality of the product. This MAY lead to Spider-Man's participation in the Civil War title, but that is, as this all is, yet to be seen. The prospect is promising to fans who enjoyed the criticism of the Civil-War direction the Spider-Man comics provided. Not to mention the incredibly character defining scene written for Captain America in Amazing Spider- Man (Below). Could we see the "No, You Move" speech on the big screen? Well, the fans can dream...I certainly will.....

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