Discussion in 'Community' started by Spiderfan, May 20, 2008.
Keaton is returning to make it two repeats.
Whatever do you mean?
I think ASM2's one is the New Goblin. They obviously were trying to make Norman Osborn the ultimate antagonist, too bad we never have a chance to see it.
IMDb lists ASM2 as Green Goblin, but I guess it's moot since it's irrelevant. I just found it amusing that they haven't repeated villains in each incarnation save for once.
wow that would have been the perfect time to pick up the symbiote, you're right.
yeah Mysterio's magic is not real. He uses illusions. I've always wanted to see him in a film too.
I'll be interested to see how they adapt Mysterio's costume for the movie. I doubt they'll stick with the fishbow helmet. Probably switch to some type of holographic projecting device.
It would be odd for this MCU Spidey to be without a Norman Osbourne/Green Goblin. There's still a good possibility that Osbourne bought the Avengers tower in Homecoming, so the new owner(s) of the building could be possibly revealed in the sequel. I don't think Michael Keaton's Vulture will have a big role in Homecoming 2 and that he'll probably won't appear until the end of the movie.
As for Venom, yeah, I didn't expect the symbiote to be tied into the MCU/Peter Parker. But, I'm curious to see if it's connected to a Spider-Man of his own; the Sonyverse-Spider-Man. I mean, theoretically, it could be tied to Andrew Garfield's Amazing Spider-Man. I would imagine that Hardy's Venom film has it's own version of Spider-Man somewhere in that world.
There's that animated Into the Spider-Verse that Sony's putting out later this year. It will be interesting if they connect all the different version Spider-Man, or at least the Sony produced films (i.e. Tobey, Andew and Hardy).
He's not the New Goblin in ASM, since there was no Green Goblin who was active. New Goblin was also the dumbest thing in the third Raimi film.
It's not that dumb, more like mishandled, Spider Man 3 got too much to tell and it kinda messed up.
I wasn't talking about the character, but rather the name.
Real talk, we've had Green Goblin 3 times.
Also real talk, hurry up and get J.K. Simmons back as J. Johnah Jameson. We're reaching emergency levels of lack of JJJ in the last 3 Spider-flicks. And not recasting, t'hell with continuity, J.K. as JJJ. Dat's it.
As for the Spider-Man in Venom
I keep seeing that Tom Holland is listed for the Venom film. Rumoured mostly but keeps popping up. I think they can still use Holland's Spider-Man himself (is there really going to be a deal where Sony can't use the character they have the film rights too?), just not the MCU overt character cameo connections (ie don't expect the cavalcade of MCU characters that were in Homecoming). Right now, I'm thinking of Venom and any other spin offs in the MCU more like the way the TV shows are in the MCU. The movies never reference them but the TV shows, mostly through quick almost Easter Egg references - barring Agents of SHIELD in the first few seasons where they got MCU film actor cameos - establish that it's the same universe.
I don't think it's that big of a problem, especially Harry and his dad are different characters. It really depend on how they write it. I feel really bad for not being able to see Norman Osborn as the "big bad" of the entire ASM series.
So maybe Mysterio makes everyone think Spider-Man is alive and that's his big illusion? It's just a horrific long form case of mistaken ID using Spidey to rob banks and stuff? Anyway, yah, there's a cool Mysterio look in the Ultimate comics
but I think there's also a chance we'll get the fishbowl head. Or both. dude does illusions.
Anyway, more importantly, can you name all of these Spider-baddies? I got 2 wrong, dangit
Although I am calling the test was unfair because they put two "M" named baddies ontop of each other which is just cheating, dangit. Shoulda had that one, really now.
I got 3 wrong... One was unfair. I was gonna pick Prowler but it said his name was Hobie Brown, whereas it was Aaron Davis in the film.
I got 100%
Yah the Prowler one was dicey because I'm so used to Uncle Prowler for Miles Morales but the costume is basically the same. Big shout out to @cubman987 for hitting the 100%!
I forgot about that Spiderverse movie. All these Spider-Man (Men?) movies happening. What timeline is it?
Alls we know is Miles Morales and it's called "Into the Spider-Verse" and I believe in the 1st trailer you can hear Miles asking surprised there are other Spider-Men out there to Peter Parker. So I would say it's in Miles own universe and he jumps into other Spider-Men dimensions, which is what the Spider-Verse crossover was kinda all about.
Looks like the sliver and black movie has been cancelled.
The movie with Silver Sable and Black Cat.
Perhaps Sony paid attention to the reaction to the Venom trailer and saw the box office for Solo and determined those were good enough reasons to kill the project.
Speaking of the Venom trailer...
MARVEL SUBTLY CLARIFIES HOW TO PRONOUNCE VENOM'S 'SYMBIOTE'
Spoiler: Warning: Spoilers for Amazing Spider-Man #800
Per ComicBook.com, Amazing Spider-Man #800 has none other than J. Jonah Jameson clearing things up. After Spider-Man struggles in his battle with Red Goblin, Jameson decides to phone Eddie Brock/Venom to ask him to help Spidey.
During the call, Jameson mocks Eddie Brock's pseudonym, "Mr. Sym," and then specifically asks him if Eddie's first name is “BEE-yote,” indicating that Slate was indeed wrong with her pronunciation. It seems "sym-BEE-ote" is officially the correct way to say the word.
I don't think any character ever refers to him by name in the movie, so you're good.
I read about it some more, and it looks like they're just changing the release date, since it was due to be out in 12 months and they haven't even casted anyone yet.