Pitch me a movie! The solo ideas, storylines and concepts you want to see

Discussion in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' started by AvegningSpider, Mar 28, 2016.

  1. JOE _________________________

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    I feel as though they have a clean slate to plant the Sinister 6 seed. The Avengers will also be venturing into space, perfect time to have the symbiotie latch onto something or Spidey and make its way back to earth.

    I really want to see Tom get his butt kicked by the 6, and then destroy them while one with the symbiotie. Show a deadly Spider-Man, a ruthless Spider-Man. Ultimately this would lead to a movie with Venom as the main villain.

    I know there's a ton of people on here who don't care for Venom, and I definitely see the "all visuals, no substance" arguments that are brought up. However, I do believe he sells and with Marvel they'll find a way to make it work.
     
  2. PeterBenParker Wallopin' Websnappers!

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    I do think having the Sinister Six and Venom as villains in back-to-back films would be the smart move, really.
     
  3. ernesth100 The Writing Avenger

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    YES! PLEASE SINISTER SIX HAS BEEN NEEDED BY ME VERY BAD! GRAMMAR INCAPABEL OF NOWIN HOW MUCH I WAN S6!!!!!



    I want the Spectacular Spider-Man version of the 6 story with Master Planner and symbiote too. Ofc he's defeated the six without symbiote before too in SSM so they could adapt that since Arad has Venom.
     
  4. JOE _________________________

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    It hasn't been done yet, so that's already a huge plus. TASM 2 trying at the end doesn't really count.

    They need to find a way to introduce the 6 without it being crowded. If anyone can do it, Marvel can. They know how to build up to something, it's in their blood.
     
  5. LizardMan07 Eaten by Lizards

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    Just read your pitch today BatsDC

    Loved it, was fantastic.

    Would be genuinely happy if that was the direction the actual film goes in.
     
  6. PeterBenParker Wallopin' Websnappers!

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    Simple solution to it: two villains per film.

    With that line-up after 3 movies, they can have Spider-Man vs. Sinister Six or whatever as a fourth installment. And to be quite honest, I'd go that route.

    Vulture (main) and Shocker (side) for film one.
    Mysterio (main) and Chameleon (side) (or Kraven and Mysterio or Kraven and Chameleon, Idrc at this point) for film two.
    Doc Ock (main) and Sandman (side) for film three.

    After all of that, it presents you with:

    Spider-Man vs. Sinister Six with the line-up being:

    Doc Ock (leader)
    Vulture
    Shocker
    Sandman
    Mysterio
    Kraven

    Should they continue with the series (and it's obvious they would at least attempt to as Sony has always been adamant of having a large Spidey franchise), it'd give us time for either Green Goblin for the fifth film or Venom, just depends on what route they want to go with.
     
  7. BatsDC Side-Kicker

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    Thanks man! :yay:
     
  8. NotSoLongAgo #spidermansolit

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    That argument can be applied to most of his villains so it's a moot point imo. I just hope sony doesn't do that dumb ass idea of a venom movie in a different universe.
     
  9. ernesth100 The Writing Avenger

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    I would also like to see a Spider-Verse spin-off.

    I'd hope they can just pull off a smooth Peter run as well
    -Peter in high school, friends Harry, MJ and Gwen
    -Fights all his lowe level villains(Vulture, Shocker, Mysterio)
    -Peter dates Gwen, gets job at Bugle
    -Villains get harder and begin effecting his life(Rhino, Sandman, Kraven, Ock)
    -Peter fights Sinister 6, first real challenge
    -Peter is graduating, MJ and Harry date but break up,
    -The day of Peters graduation he faces Goblin, his first real challenge.
    -Gwen either dies, moves or finds someone better for her after Peter can't tell her where he's been(Spidey business)
    -Peter goes to college with MJ and Harry
    -Peter dates MJ
    -Peters villains quality is mixed now(Goblin, Kingpin, Old Ones, Scorpion, etc)
    -Peter graduates college and marries MJ(gets job at New Horizon labs with Curt Conners, who becomes Lizard
    -After a while Conners hands over New Horizon to Peter due to Lizard taking toll on him, Peter turns it into Parker Industries
    -Peter lives a semi-happy life(still alot of villains and difficulties) with MJ and eventually has a kid but dies fighting Goblin who overdoses on the serum turning from Classic to Ultimate style Goblin.
    -Miles Morales takes over for Peter, Peters daughter becomes Spider-Woman
    (Or Miles and Peter both alive and Peter is tutoring Miles)




    Ofcourse that will all happen over the course of several decades but you get what I'm saying. Let Peter go through his full tenure happily in an entertaining and satisfying way. No one more day or recast to teenager bs. If they want a teenage Spidey, introduce Miles.
     
  10. PeterBenParker Wallopin' Websnappers!

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    Posting this here too.

     
  11. Baneis8feettall Half face half amazing

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    Venom would be best a threat to Peter's private life because he knows everything about him through symbiote.

    Showing how peter's reputation at job gets better because of Spidey while Eddie loses everything because of Spiderman can tell why he hates spiderman so much. Then he learns Spiderman is Parker. More on hatred. Also symbiote hates Peter because he is rejected him too. Perfect bound between symbiote and Eddie.

    90's cartoon had it well. He was stalking and meeting Peter's loved ones just to torment him.

    If they ever use venom on series they better build a bad blood between Eddie Brock and Spider-man in earlier movies.
     
  12. Khonshu Registered

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    Great work, man. I loved both parts. Thanks for taking the time to share your creativity with us!
     
  13. DalekbusterFitz Dalekbuster523

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    Spider-Man: Homecoming

    Peter Parker's first year at school and in the MCU. He becomes friends withHarry Osborn and Mary Jane. Flash Thompson quickly takes a dislike to him. Gwen Stacy clearly fancies Peter.

    Peter Parker's already got his Spider-Man abilities and over the course of the film struggles to keep them secret. There are various crimes that Spider-Man has to stop including bank robberies and thugs beating average members of the public before he takes on the big bad at the end of the film: the Vulture.

    Basically the Harry Potter structure.

    Spider-Man: Year Two

    Peter Parker's second year at school. Follows the same structure as the first, only with the big bad now Doctor Octopus.

    Spider-Man: Year Three

    Peter Parker's third year. The big bad is Venom.

    Spider-Man: Year Four

    Peter Parker's fourth year. He is set various challenges throughout by Iron Man and Captain America to test if he is right to join the Avengers. At the end of the film he takes on the Norman Osborn Green Goblin. One of the students dies.

    Spider-Man: Year Five

    Peter Parker's fifth year. After the death of a student, he is starting to question whether he can be trusted with his powers. Iron Man and Captain America reveal he failed the Avengers test, which confirms his suspicions. He has to take on Sandman at the end of the film.

    Spider-Man: Year Six

    Peter Parker's sixth year. He now feels as though he can trust himself with his superpowers. Peter's dating Gwen and Harry's with Mary Jane. Romance is a strong theme in this one. At the end of the film he has to take on Kraven the Hunter.

    Spider-Man: Year Seven Part One

    Peter Parker's seventh year. The Green Goblin is back, despite previously being defeated. Peter Parker as Spider-Man must work out who this new Green Goblin is and now to stop him.

    Spider-Man: Year Seven Part Two

    The Green Goblin is revealed to be Harry Osbourn. After a long fight, Spider-Man defeats him and New York is saved. Iron Man and Captain America now trust that Spider-Man will make a great Avenger.
     
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  14. BatsDC Side-Kicker

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    Thanks man! :yay:
     
  15. CaptainWagner Searching (P) (he/him)

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    So I've done gone and set up a 4-movie saga:

    Homecoming: Vulture is the big bad, trying to get revenge on Osborne for stealing his designs and ruining his career. He kills Norman's wife but is stopped by Spidey. For the final fight, he hires up and coming supervillain Mysterio to run as a distraction for him. Spidey must beat them both. By the end of the film, Peter has become friends with Harry (Who is now dating Michelle, adopted daughter of his father's rival Roderick Kingsley) and is romantically involved with Gwen Stacy.

    Scorpion's Tail: To combat the rise in supervillain crime, most prominently the self-proclaimed "Superior Foes of Spider-man", Dr. Otto Octavious and Dr. Spencer Smythe begins a series of trials in robotic law enforcement assistants. After Jameson's meddling results in Spider-man fighting and beating the robots, Smythe decides to invest in a exoskeleton instead. Things go awry, of course, and Spidey must fight both the Spider Slayers and Smythe himself, as The Scorpion.

    Hunt By Night: Now bonded with the symbiote, Peter finds he is more powerful than ever. The source of the influx in super-villainy is a mystery everyone wants to solve, but it's not NYC's only problem. There's a giant man-lizard running around. Enter Kraven the Hunter, international reality TV sensation hired by the city to catch The Lizard and hopefully the even mysterious Hobgoblin. Kraven, Spidey, and reporter Eddie Brock cross hairs as they attempt to navigate the web of mystery, becoming increasingly obsessed. Ultimately, Eddie names Captain George Stacy as the Hobgoblin, leading Kraven to don a Spider-man suit and kill the Captain. This leads to the final battle where Peter expels the symbiote, Eddie is presumed dead, and Kraven is defeated.

    Venom: In the epic conclusion to the first saga, the Hobgoblin makes his move for control of New York City. Jameson is blackmailed for his involvement in the Scorpion Affair, Tombstone drags Joe Robertson to jail with him, Norman's human experiments (including the one that created The Lizard) are released to the public, and an all-out gang war ensues as Captain Stacy's replacement Jean DeWollfe struggles to keep the peace. Peter and Gwen, meanwhile, are stalked by a mysterious predator, ultimately revealed as Eddie Brock, new having become Venom. When Harry is caught in the crosshairs, Michelle reveals herself as The Beetle and her adopted father The Hobgoblin. Norman dons his own suit and defeats Kingsley, becoming a beloved public hero. But Venom kidnaps Gwen and, though he is defeated, she is seemingly killed. With college approaching, Peter is left unsure of how to move on, needing comfort and guidance from Harry, Joe, Aunt May, Tony, and his future college classmate: Mary Jane Watson.

    ---The end of this arc sets up Norman to take on the Avengers in Dark Reign, Flash to bond with the symbiote for an Agent Venom spinoff, and Gwen possibly still being kept alive by part of the symbiote, in government custody.
     
  16. DalekbusterFitz Dalekbuster523

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    Someone's jealous over Norman's wife. :woot:
     
  17. Random490 Registered

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    Here's my idea for a sequel assuming a deal is made with Fox. Spider-man/Baxter Building/Die hard. Think about it.

    I think you can have villains like Doc Ock and Sandman, who have appeared in movies prior, fight spider-man off screen between films and have one opening fight at the beginning of the movie. Then have them break out of the Raft prison that we saw in Civil War. That way we're not retreading ground but still getting these characters.
     
  18. metaphysician Not a Side-Kick

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    . . .how young are you having him gain his powers? He's already in high school in CW, and got his powers about six months prior. That doesn't leave nearly this many years of high school.
     
  19. sl500jazz chasin' the blues away

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    I do wonder how many Spider-man films we'll get with Tom Holland's Spidey...just 4 films would be what? Another decade if not more?

    I'd like a basic approach with all new villains. Vulture is a great choice as the big bad for the first film, and Mysterio and Kraven would be perfect for sequels. If they want to reuse any villains...maybe save Doc Ock for last. Maybe even retool some more obscure villains. I can do without Goblins (with the exception of the Hobgoblin...again if we must redo Norman's Green Goblin, save him for last) and I can do without symbiotes. No overarching Oscorp stuff either (I think that works better for television anyway), and definitely no parents sublot.

    I think these films should be, for the most part, relatively light in tone (not silly or campy but fun? There should be drama, but not overly angsty and dark like TASM), in keeping with that John Hughes High school vibe (which means no TNGSD or KLH)...the death of Spider-man, if done, would have to be handled very delicately.

    As far as love interests go: Liz in the first film as the popular girl who Peter crushes on but doesnt stand a chance with, Gwen Stacy in the second as a transfer to Midtown and Peter's first real girlfriend with the relationship treated similarly to how it was treated in SMLMJ and 616 (Gwen does not know Peter's secret), and Felicia Hardy/Black Cat in the third as the first real Spider-man love interest in sharp contrast to Peter's relationship with Gwen in the second. MJ is introduced in the first film as Peter's homecoming date and becomes his close friend/confidante, but the two don't get together until after the third film.
     
  20. DalekbusterFitz Dalekbuster523

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    I would have him gain his powers at 11 or 12. Peter would be around 12 or 13 in the first film. Spider-Man Homecoming would take place before Civil War.
     
  21. NotSoLongAgo #spidermansolit

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    nnaahhh....
     
  22. BatsDC Side-Kicker

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    That would directly go against 15 year old Peter having had his powers "6 months" in Civil War
     
  23. DalekbusterFitz Dalekbuster523

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    That could easily be retconned. Six months is a lie.
     
  24. BatsDC Side-Kicker

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    Then you open a whole can of worms with "where was Spidey during the Battle of New York?" or "why did they only just notice Spidey now?"

    You also have to have him in the crappy proto-suit for four movies or something, and Holland would look about twice his CW age once you got there in the timeline
     
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    In an ideal world. the Spider-Man movie would have alongside Iron Man, Cap, Luke Cage and Daredevil making an appearance.
     

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