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Are you meaning to tell me that the Amazing Spider-Man film franchise is STILL going, and they're not going to make Spider-Man films for the MCU besides the one in 2017?
Because that's my immediate reaction.
....Or am I missing something?
edited 22nd Apr '15 8:23:07 PM by TheLemsterPju
A while ago, it was confirmed that even with the shift in universe most of the ideas they planned on producing for Spider-Man were still on the books - likely as part of the MCU.
edited 22nd Apr '15 8:34:07 PM by KnownUnknown
Oh please, let it NOT be a Lego Spider-Man movie. I like The Lego Movie as much as anyone else, but they're overdoing the Legos now.
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Andrew Garfield voices Spider-Man, which is good because the poor guy can't get jobs in anything but voiceovers from then on.
Considering that the sony produced animated series for Spider-man were actually pretty good, I am open to it.
If it weren't for Lord & Miller being in charge, I'd start to have hope that it might have opened the door to a movie-based revival of Spectacular Spider-Man.
Since I don't know which thread we're keeping here, I'll just copy and paste my post from the other thread we have on this here:
I'm on board solely for who it is spearheading this ship here.
I saw a comment thread on the AV Club saying that they should start it in the Clone Saga and then shift as quickly as possible away from the Spider-Man stuff and into a Clone High movie. I approve of this idea. For reference: http://www.avclub.com/article/phil-lord-and-chris-miller-are-making-animated-spi-218435?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=SocialMarketing&utm_campaign=LinkPreview:1:Default#comment-1983320480
Misread Miller as Frank Miller and noped so hard my head nearly fell off.
But this might be good.
I've seen Frank Miller get confused with Mark Millar before!
I make that mistake all the dang time.
All. The Dang. Time.
It was years before I even realized that one's name is spelt Miller and the other is spelt Millar.
"Say..." *checks watch* "It's Millar Time!"
Some rumors/casting call around the met may reveal that this Spider-Man movie follows Miles Morales .
Miles Morales confirmed.
Peter Ramsey from Rise of the Guardians is co-directing.
edited 18th Jan '17 12:44:57 PM by comicwriter
For the record, Bob Persichetti also happens to be the animation director for The Little Prince (2015). So that's pretty cool.
Apparently when I read about this on IGN, it also read that Sony's having an event later today regarding their animated projects, so we may hear more about this just yet.
(We're still not forgiving Sony for axing Genndy Tartakovsky's Popeye movie, are we?)
(I guess not)
I find it funny that they're doing a Miles movie while the live action Peter movie too inspiration for his best friend.
Honestly looking forward to this, especially with Lord and Miller writing the screenplay.
I also think this should work out for the best. I personally hate that Marvel constantly de-ages Peter in majority of his media-adpations so maybe putting an actual teenaged legacy character in the public conscious will start convincing Marvel to start letting Pete be an adult in future works.
The footage description mentioned Miles in red and blue. Maybe he'll be using his Beta Outfit?
Hey, that outfit is in really bad taste!
I don't see why not, as long as he gets his black and red outfit by the end of the first act or during the second act.
edited 22nd Jan '17 7:51:33 AM by TargetmasterJoe
Unless they're doing the dead Peter thing as well, it would be better to start with the black and red.
I was trying to reference the running joke from early in Miles' career, where he was told by everyone the costume he was wearing was in bad taste.
Something the main universe Peter himself also gets told when he ends up in the Ultimate Universe.
EDIT: Well this post looks really derp now.
edited 22nd Jan '17 4:38:19 PM by Etheru
I assume they will do the dead Peter thing here too.
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