Originally Posted by SenorRoboto2k5
Here’s what BD‘s Devin Faraci (a generally reliable source of information) has to say about the situation:
Sinister Six, which is currently scheduled for release in 2016, will be a “soft reboot” of the brand that features a new actor in the Spider-Man role. Your Friendly Neighborhood will also team up with the six villains to fight against a larger threat.
Solo Spider-Man films are done for the next four or five years as Sony sees if they can develop franchises starring any of the side characters.
The long in-development Venom movie, to be directed by Alex Kurtzman, is no more.
This is confusing.
I thought Andrew was at least signed on for ASM 3 and 4 going in to 2018.
If 2016's S6 is a soft reboot with a new Spidey how does that mesh with the ASM sequels?
Either way I'd like to see me a Ben Reily Scsarlet Spider or Miles as Spidey if a new Spider-Man is forthcoming.
Like if they can keep soft rebooting and get rid of the ****** Green Goblin and the continuity of the first two ASM movies I'd be way more receptive to ASM crossing over in to any other movie franchise. From a story standpoint I also don't see why the MCU should go down to help SONY out with their Spiderverse.