Discussion in 'Marvel Films' started by Detective Conan, Aug 22, 2019.
I don't own a stock with Disney. All I care about is if the movie is good or not.
Sony was going to be hurt regardless. Either they take a hit from taking Spider-Man out of the MCU (they can minimize that somewhat if they keep Holland) or by having a worse deal with Disney. It was lose-lose for Sony. It was just a matter of what option hurts them the least.
Marvel doesn't need Spider-Man. They have billion dollar films without him.
Which is sad.
Frankly, I'm tired of the soft MCU version of Peter Parker who always needs to rely on a wealthy amount of tech to help exploit his superhero business. I also miss the Spidey who doesn't need anyone's affirmation and approval as long as he knows he's doing the right thing.
This Peter Parker is a byproduct of executives, not by Stan.
Sony needs dial it down with all themechanization and have Peter go go back to basics and deal with real world struggles.
If Tom Holland comes back, they continue with the storyline as best as they legally can, and maintain the level of quality, then yes I will support it. If it is bad, I will rightfully pan the movie. Like I would any other film.
Is this the end of Holland as Peter ? He's got a whole bunch of established relationships with MCU characters, now is Sony throwing all that away ? After 2 good solo outings, why chuck out all that goodwill ?
Depends some reports says he has an option for one film some say he's under contract for 2 more. If the former is true and he decides to walk...
My biggest problem with MCU Spider-Man is his over-dependency on the overall universe and mainly Tony Stark. Whether in numerous tech suits or all basic plot points that always have to do with him, even his relationship with Peter that is far more focused than any other relationship in these movies. Spider-Man needs to rely more on his powers and depend mostly on his own universe of characters and events. So not featuring all the above will pretty much be a relief for me.
Having said that, it will be weird to all of a sudden see a Spider-Man movie with no references to the previous films and if we're talking about another reboot I just can't take these anymore. But I'll always support good movies first and foremost and even though Sony had the worst ones they also had the best ones.
Only if it looks good. I didn't watch TASM 2 in theaters.
I guess you can't have cool tech and also deal with real world struggles.
If the movie looks/is good Ill watch it.
I don't try to get too much into politics like these. You only live once, enjoy it.
I will probably watch Spidey 3 for Tom Holland (and closure at least from that cliffhanger) though I will need to be convinced first through the trailers. But I will never support Sony as long as Tom Rothman is in charge.
I wonder if Sony will bother resolving the cliffhanger - it would be very hard for it to not highlight the lack of MCU mentions when doing so.
I won't unconditionally watch it, but I won't boycott it either. I'll carefully read the reviews and see how it is before making a decision.
As long as the next movie:
A) Continues and resolves the plot from Far From Home
B) Avoids contradicting the MCU
C) Isn't utter trash
I'll go see it. Otherwise, no.
exactly why i'm so frustrated lol
The story will probably have Uncle Ben or Richard and Mary's deaths as the Stark replacement.
If the movie is good, then yes? Why wouldn't I? I'm not a studio shill for the Walt Disney Company. My two favorite Spider-Man movies were made by Sony
Are you ready for Into the Venomverse?!
Into the Spider-Verse
My two favorite Spider-Man movies were made by Sony, not Marvel. With that said, Homecoming and FFH are 3 and 4 on my list. It's a shame Spidey is no longer in the MCU. I feel too many people took it for granted that he was back at Marvel.
Spider-Man having references to tge MCU is cool and I feel that they over did it a bit because tgey got too excited with Spidey being in the MCU after not being so when he's Marvel's flagship hero. That being said, The potential for Spidey stand alone films that prioritise focusing on his mythos without any mention if the MCU can still work to great effect but the problem and it's a definitive real problem is Sony's people do NOT have the discipline nor skill to do things properly.
No Spider-Man team up with:
Also, you'll never see iconic storylines like 'Nothing can stop the Juggernaught'.
It's honestly heartbreaking.
It's a no for right now since I just don't trust Sony not to meddle in this since they'll be out to prove they can outFeige Marvel on their first attempt. Also, if I was a Spiderverse fan, I'd be worried about Arad and Rothman meddling because it's now a film series that is likely on their radars now after not being so when it was being made.
The bit about Spider-Man 3 being pitched is fake news. Toms final words on the matter at D23 were "I love you 3,000" he said nothing about Spider-Man 3.
No, that is real. Tom Holland was at Keystone Comic-Con today and revealed that the third installment of his Spider-Man series was pitched.
Here's the video.