With Spider-Man getting ready to appear in Infinity War and the news of Tom Hardy set to play Venom, my number one priority would be to convince Marvel and Sony to hold off on the Venom movie in favor of Spider-Man acquiring the symbiote while in outer space and bringing it back to Earth for the Homecoming sequel... Spider-Man: The Alien Costume (2019) Basically, a better and more faithful adaptation of the comics than what Spider-Man 3 attempted and failed. Since the symbiote gets introduced in Infinity War you have Spider-Man wearing his black costume from the very beginning of the movie and as a result waste no time in explaining the origin of the symbiote or where it came from. Instead more time will be devoted to Peter's struggle with the symbiote which slowly starts to change him for the worse. The suit enhances his powers, increases his strength, and makes him feel great, but at the cost of pushing away his loved ones further and further. He's more violent to criminals, breaking bones and putting more of them in the hospital than jail. Peter has now started working at the Bugle where we meet Eddie Brock (Hardy) who's jealous of the attention being given to a high schooler, starting a rivalry that ultimately leads to Brock being embarrassed and fired from his job. From what I read, Charlie Cox has a film option in his contract so I feel like this would be the best movie to put him in, given that this would be a darker film for Spidey than usual and the tone of the Netflix show. I'd like to see Matt act as a big brother like mentor to Peter by helping him deal with his inner demons and relating to Uncle Ben's death with the loss of his own father. As long as Marvel and Sony are sharing the MCU with Spider-Man, I'd have Fisk be the villain, for three reasons: you don't need to build the villain up, it ties in to the greater MCU, and Fisk is a classic Daredevil/Spidey villain. Daredevil and Spidey team up and make their way through all of Fisk's henchmen one by one, as Matt has to keep Peter in check while Peter continues to feel the effects of the symbiote. This all leads up to a big showdown with Kingpin and Spidey who holds nothing back and puts a beating on Kingpin. Spidey doesn't let up, even after causing Fisk to go unconscious. This leaves Daredevil no choice but to intervene and stop Spidey from killing Kingpin. Spidey warns Daredevil to stay out of his way, but Daredevil refuses, reminding him Fisk isn't a threat in his current state, and stands in front of Fisk and draws the line. Spidey crosses said line and takes the first swing. Daredevil and Spidey go toe to toe with Daredevil throwing everything at Spidey but the kitchen sink, but due to the advantage the symbiote gives its host, Spidey ends up with the upper hand and goes to kill him before he realizes the symbiote has nearly taken complete control over him. Full of sorrow and ridden with guilt, Spidey removes the symbiote in the bell tower of a nearby church. In a post-credits scene, Brock is in the same church and begging for a way to redeem his career. He begs the Lord to help him. To give him a sign of some kind, as the symbiote begins to descend from the ceiling.