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Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Dragonlordxxxxx, Mar 16, 2017.
Sony...It's like they can't make a correct decision to save their life.
So a classic Spiderman villian without Spiderman from the new Spiderman movies is confirmed.
They already announced an MCU sequel, so yes. I'm guessing we get a new Spider-Man here so we have more characters for the MCU Spiderverse movie they eventually do.
this is so confusing.
This is unorthodox. They've got guts.
I like it.
How do people get put into positions like Tim Rothman and then go on to make idiotic decisions like this TIME AND TIME AGAIN?
Sony should stop
sooooo, basically they are using marvel to catapult and resurrect their Spider Man line of films and saying "f you Marvel Studios, we got this now!"??
Wow, so what's the R-rated part?... excessive violence would be a waste of a good R-Rating. Stronger Language & some tastefull nudity would be a refreshing twist to the super hero flix.
That whole separation thing seemz silly... (especially since Venom is Spiderman'z nemesis... lol) but there'z probably some politics behind it in order to let them go rated R. Marvel probably wants to distance themselves until they get some feedback... & if it's positive then I'm sure there will be some crossover stuff going one.
last known superhero movie with nudity?
(oh forgot about watchmen)
lol @ all you nerds crying about not being in the MCU
Get a grip
Makes zero sense unless they maintain a working relationship with Marvel. That's definitely not gonna happen if they're going for an R rating while we have a light-hearted, teenage, purposefully kid-friendly Spider-Man.
Dumb dumb dumb.
He is an antihero
Well...cool if true, but I'm skeptical. It would just make a mess and they would eventually have to recast Spidey and I doubt Sony would be stupid enough to confuse the viewer with two separate Spiderman in two separate franchises running around at the same time.
Well he became an antihero because of the fans.
Separating Venom and Spiderman is actually a good thing and here is why
Spiderman is about as stale as a dog turd that has been sitting in the sun for 2 months.
Venom can be his own character without being dragged into the typical spiderman story
They're making a Spidey Universe without Spidey?
....i just can't wrap my head around a potential Venom/Spidey villains universe outside the Marvel universe movies. It's just a logistic mess. I remember reading that MoS would not be part of a JL movie and that it would be it's own thing. That got trashed pretty quickly. Realistically, I don't see how they can make a Spidey related movie without it connecting with the Marvel universe. What if Marvel decides they want to use Venom on their own? What then?