Marc Webb Spider-Man & The Avengers/Marvel Cinematic Universe??

#1 Posted by wr3h (396 posts) - - Show Bio
#2 Edited by PunyParker (11993 posts) - - Show Bio

FUCK YAY!!

#3 Posted by wr3h (396 posts) - - Show Bio

@PunyParker said:

FUCK YAY!!

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#4 Posted by PunyParker (11993 posts) - - Show Bio
#5 Posted by wr3h (396 posts) - - Show Bio

@PunyParker said:

IT ALL CONNECTS

#6 Posted by mariioow (45 posts) - - Show Bio

Wow... I hope this means we're going to get something like Civil War because that would be really cool to see in a theater

#7 Posted by Ninjablade09 (3175 posts) - - Show Bio

@wr3h: This is exiting and awesome. Maybe we can get a Avengers vs Sinister 6.

#8 Posted by wr3h (396 posts) - - Show Bio

@Ninjablade09 said:

@wr3h: This is exiting and awesome. Maybe we can get a Avengers vs Sinister 6.

:O

#9 Posted by PunyParker (11993 posts) - - Show Bio

Just be happy with an Avengers movie with Spider-Man,and leave the rest....

#10 Posted by TheCannon (19008 posts) - - Show Bio

I am not watching anything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe starring Spider-Man. He has no reasoning to be there, plus there was the horrible acting from Andrew Garfield in the role.

#11 Posted by Ninjablade09 (3175 posts) - - Show Bio

@wr3h: I know right. read the article and I interpret it different though. I thought of it as a whole Spider-man universe (basically if the comic was a stand alone )

#12 Posted by TheCannon (19008 posts) - - Show Bio

And something I don't think people think about: Spidey is a teenager in ASM. Too young to work for Fury or SHIELD. So, now Spidey in Avengers :)

#13 Posted by Moonchilde (1601 posts) - - Show Bio

Sounds awesome! Hope they can make some kind of deal with Fox also. Mostly cause I want to see Avengers vs. Doom!

#14 Posted by Ninjablade09 (3175 posts) - - Show Bio

@Moonchilde: Would be hard because Fox wants the FF reboot to be in the same universe as the X-men

#15 Posted by Strider92 (16729 posts) - - Show Bio

Wow. I didn't expect this to happen so soon! Thats pretty awesome.

#16 Posted by Moonchilde (1601 posts) - - Show Bio

@Ninjablade09: I know this, but I think it be cool if the three studios made some kind of agreement so that the Avengers (Disney), X-Men/FF (Fox), and Spider-Man (Sony) cinematic universes were all the same universes, just with the respective studios maintaining film rights for whatever characters fall under each banner.

This could provide collaboration between the three of them. Shared income thing that might be kindof tricky, but would be awesome if they pulled it off.

#17 Posted by mewmdude77 (993 posts) - - Show Bio

This sounds so awesome! the first time I heard about the Oscorp building almost being in the Avengers movie made me excited. It made me think Spidey might eventually be in the Marvel movie universe, but this just makes me even more sure!

#18 Posted by mccoym2 (18 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheCannon said:

I am not watching anything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe starring Spider-Man. He has no reasoning to be there, plus there was the horrible acting from Andrew Garfield in the role.

Yes you will be the one person on a COMIC BOOK WEBSITE that will boycott an Avengers movie because it has Spider-man it.....Idiot....Im pretty sure him being a superhero in New York, after NYC was just almost destroyed, I'd say he may have a reason to be involved with the avengers. Spiderman in the comics has been a member of the avengers for a while now, so there is always that being something that makes sense. I also dont think that many would agree with you that Andrew Garfield wasnt a far better Peter than Toby McGuire. Sure the movie had flaws but casting wasnt one of them.

#19 Posted by TheCannon (19008 posts) - - Show Bio

@mccoym2 said:

@TheCannon said:

I am not watching anything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe starring Spider-Man. He has no reasoning to be there, plus there was the horrible acting from Andrew Garfield in the role.

Yes you will be the one person on a COMIC BOOK WEBSITE that will boycott an Avengers movie because it has Spider-man it.....Idiot....Im pretty sure him being a superhero in New York, after NYC was just almost destroyed, I'd say he may have a reason to be involved with the avengers. Spiderman in the comics has been a member of the avengers for a while now, so there is always that being something that makes sense. I also dont think that many would agree with you that Andrew Garfield wasnt a far better Peter than Toby McGuire. Sure the movie had flaws but casting wasnt one of them.

First, flagged for trying to insult another user.

Secondly, in the comics, Spidey is now a full adult and at least kind of fits in with the others. In the films, he's about 16 (give or take a year), has a horrible personality, and just doesn't work in The Avengers.

Third, I'm not defending Toby here. I'm not saying he was good as Peter/Spidey. But Andrew was just horrible. Ge was lifeless, looked bad, etc. I admit, part of that was on the bad script, but still. And casting was part of what was wrong with that horrible film. The only good casting was Emma Stone as Gwen and Stan Lee.

#20 Edited by War Killer (20343 posts) - - Show Bio

"Think Bigger"

 I find it interesting how that sounds almost exactly like Nick Fury did at the end of IM1...
  

"You've become a part of a bigger universe..."

Honestly Sony and Marvel/Disney would be pretty dumb to not include Spider-Man in this universe Marvel has created. It's a win-win for both companies and for the fans.
#21 Posted by Ninjablade09 (3175 posts) - - Show Bio

@Moonchilde: That would be tricky with timelines and all. Plus a lot the general audience will be confused and dislike the idea. That's why these movies should be made for the comic geeks, like the Justice League will( beside the fact the reason its being made for money, referring to how they are introducing characters the general audience may not know).

#22 Posted by God_Spawn (38105 posts) - - Show Bio

@mccoym2: No need to insult people. 1st warning.

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#23 Posted by wr3h (396 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheCannon said:

@mccoym2 said:

@TheCannon said:

I am not watching anything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe starring Spider-Man. He has no reasoning to be there, plus there was the horrible acting from Andrew Garfield in the role.

Yes you will be the one person on a COMIC BOOK WEBSITE that will boycott an Avengers movie because it has Spider-man it.....Idiot....Im pretty sure him being a superhero in New York, after NYC was just almost destroyed, I'd say he may have a reason to be involved with the avengers. Spiderman in the comics has been a member of the avengers for a while now, so there is always that being something that makes sense. I also dont think that many would agree with you that Andrew Garfield wasnt a far better Peter than Toby McGuire. Sure the movie had flaws but casting wasnt one of them.

First, flagged for trying to insult another user.

Secondly, in the comics, Spidey is now a full adult and at least kind of fits in with the others. In the films, he's about 16 (give or take a year), has a horrible personality, and just doesn't work in The Avengers.

Third, I'm not defending Toby here. I'm not saying he was good as Peter/Spidey. But Andrew was just horrible. Ge was lifeless, looked bad, etc. I admit, part of that was on the bad script, but still. And casting was part of what was wrong with that horrible film. The only good casting was Emma Stone as Gwen and Stan Lee.

Tbf if you are/were a teenager and got these powers you'd certainly act like an arse. But throughout the film Peter has matured, and the 2nd film should be by the time Peter's in college. The death of Gwen in the 2nd film (hopefully) would wake him up to act more responsibly. Also Tony was a douche in the Avengers.

#24 Posted by JimTheSurfer (560 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheCannon said:

I am not watching anything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe starring Spider-Man. He has no reasoning to be there, plus there was the horrible acting from Andrew Garfield in the role.

No reasoning being there? Are you F-ing kidding me? It would be pure epicness. That's enough reason.

#25 Edited by wr3h (396 posts) - - Show Bio

@JimTheSurfer said:

@TheCannon said:

I am not watching anything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe starring Spider-Man. He has no reasoning to be there, plus there was the horrible acting from Andrew Garfield in the role.

No reasoning being there? Are you F-ing kidding me? It would be pure epicness. That's enough reason.

YES

#26 Posted by consolemaster001 (5822 posts) - - Show Bio

@wr3h said:

@JimTheSurfer said:

@TheCannon said:

I am not watching anything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe starring Spider-Man. He has no reasoning to be there, plus there was the horrible acting from Andrew Garfield in the role.

No reasoning being there? Are you F-ing kidding me? It would be pure epicness. That's enough reason.

YES

#27 Posted by FearTheLiving (3550 posts) - - Show Bio

I really don't like the sound of this. Mainly because I didn't like ASM and hate Garfield in the role of PP he pretty much was a cool kid before he got his powers then he just got cooler made no sense. Add in the fact that Spider-man went from using sarcasm and jokes to being a straight up douchebag at times. I suppose we'll wait and see but I truly hope this isn't true. I'd love Spider-Man in the MCU but not that Spider-Man.

#28 Edited by PunyParker (11993 posts) - - Show Bio

@FearTheLiving said:

I really don't like the sound of this. Mainly because I didn't like ASM and hate Garfield in the role of PP he pretty much was a cool kid before he got his powers then he just got cooler made no sense. Add in the fact that Spider-man went from using sarcasm and jokes to being a straight up douchebag at times. I suppose we'll wait and see but I truly hope this isn't true. I'd love Spider-Man in the MCU but not that Spider-Man.

Two words....:Lazy writing...

#29 Edited by FearTheLiving (3550 posts) - - Show Bio

@PunyParker said:

@FearTheLiving said:

I really don't like the sound of this. Mainly because I didn't like ASM and hate Garfield in the role of PP he pretty much was a cool kid before he got his powers then he just got cooler made no sense. Add in the fact that Spider-man went from using sarcasm and jokes to being a straight up douchebag at times. I suppose we'll wait and see but I truly hope this isn't true. I'd love Spider-Man in the MCU but not that Spider-Man.

Two words....:Lazy writing...

Was that directed at me or the movie?

If me then, how is saying a four word response any better?

If the movie, yes that is part of it especially how it had plot points jumping all over the place, but it's also up to the director to get the right responses from his/her actors/actresses. Hence why Peter came off like a hipster douche.

#30 Posted by Ninjablade09 (3175 posts) - - Show Bio

@FearTheLiving said:

I really don't like the sound of this. Mainly because I didn't like ASM and hate Garfield in the role of PP he pretty much was a cool kid before he got his powers then he just got cooler made no sense. Add in the fact that Spider-man went from using sarcasm and jokes to being a straight up douchebag at times. I suppose we'll wait and see but I truly hope this isn't true. I'd love Spider-Man in the MCU but not that Spider-Man.

Ya that really surprised me seeing Garfield is a huge Spider-man fan. But I can look past that as I like new things, though when he's bullied you wonder why he's not the hottest guy in school. I think they should have had Spidey be older.

#31 Posted by PunyParker (11993 posts) - - Show Bio

@FearTheLiving said:

@PunyParker said:

@FearTheLiving said:

I really don't like the sound of this. Mainly because I didn't like ASM and hate Garfield in the role of PP he pretty much was a cool kid before he got his powers then he just got cooler made no sense. Add in the fact that Spider-man went from using sarcasm and jokes to being a straight up douchebag at times. I suppose we'll wait and see but I truly hope this isn't true. I'd love Spider-Man in the MCU but not that Spider-Man.

Two words....:Lazy writing...

Was that directed at me or the movie?

If me then, how is saying a four word response any better?

If the movie, yes that is part of it especially how it had plot points jumping all over the place, but it's also up to the director to get the right responses from his/her actors/actresses. Hence why Peter came off like a hipster douche.

1.it was directed to the movie...(how it can be directed to you, anyway?!)

2. Yes,plot points and script holes made the movie just a bit better than SM3 and thats all...

#32 Posted by FearTheLiving (3550 posts) - - Show Bio

@PunyParker said:

@FearTheLiving said:

@PunyParker said:

@FearTheLiving said:

I really don't like the sound of this. Mainly because I didn't like ASM and hate Garfield in the role of PP he pretty much was a cool kid before he got his powers then he just got cooler made no sense. Add in the fact that Spider-man went from using sarcasm and jokes to being a straight up douchebag at times. I suppose we'll wait and see but I truly hope this isn't true. I'd love Spider-Man in the MCU but not that Spider-Man.

Two words....:Lazy writing...

Was that directed at me or the movie?

If me then, how is saying a four word response any better?

If the movie, yes that is part of it especially how it had plot points jumping all over the place, but it's also up to the director to get the right responses from his/her actors/actresses. Hence why Peter came off like a hipster douche.

1.it was directed to the movie...(how it can be directed to you, anyway?!)

2. Yes,plot points and script holes made the movie just a bit better than SM3 and thats all...

You never know I just left a joke on the Target commercial and woke up to an message in my inbox saying I'm stupid and I made an ass out of myself and was blocked by the guy. So it's not out of the question for people to take things extremely personal even with a ":P", but I apologize for the confusion.

#33 Posted by PunyParker (11993 posts) - - Show Bio

@FearTheLiving said:

@PunyParker said:

@FearTheLiving said:

@PunyParker said:

@FearTheLiving said:

I really don't like the sound of this. Mainly because I didn't like ASM and hate Garfield in the role of PP he pretty much was a cool kid before he got his powers then he just got cooler made no sense. Add in the fact that Spider-man went from using sarcasm and jokes to being a straight up douchebag at times. I suppose we'll wait and see but I truly hope this isn't true. I'd love Spider-Man in the MCU but not that Spider-Man.

Two words....:Lazy writing...

Was that directed at me or the movie?

If me then, how is saying a four word response any better?

If the movie, yes that is part of it especially how it had plot points jumping all over the place, but it's also up to the director to get the right responses from his/her actors/actresses. Hence why Peter came off like a hipster douche.

1.it was directed to the movie...(how it can be directed to you, anyway?!)

2. Yes,plot points and script holes made the movie just a bit better than SM3 and thats all...

You never know I just left a joke on the Target commercial and woke up to an message in my inbox saying I'm stupid and I made an ass out of myself and was blocked by the guy. So it's not out of the question for people to take things extremely personal even with a ":P", but I apologize for the confusion.

#34 Edited by Thorlovernohomo (2 posts) - - Show Bio

I know this probably doesn't mean much, me not knowing much about the relationship between Sony entertainment and movies, but the spaceship in this commercial strongly resembles the Helicarrier of the Avengers.

#35 Posted by Bokkie (83 posts) - - Show Bio

Fine by me, but will he keep his mask on this time ?

#36 Posted by TheTrollDance (186 posts) - - Show Bio

@bokkie said:

Fine by me, but will he keep his mask on this time ?

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