My origin story will be basically the same as TASM for the first hour,but I would have Kingpin + Shocker as my villians
Uncle Ben dies,and Peter goes for revenge spree and his search for the Tattoo guy leads him deeper and deeper into the underworld,he learns about responsiblility slowly and decides to end organised crime so no one could face the same faith as Uncle Ben did.
Shocker would be Kingpin's hitman(Like Bullseye in Daredevil),he will be a thug who steals equipment from OsCorp,Kingpin would need no backstory,he is the Don of crime who poses as a Wealthy Philantropist in public
In the end Spidey ends The Kingpin's reign and finds the truth about his parents(How they were killed by Osborn) he exposes Norman Osborn's shady experiments with the help of crime reporter Ben Urich from the Daily Bugle,Norman Osborn is jailed and OsCorp is closed down.Cap Stacy dies in the final gunfight
In the end we get a scene from Norman's jail cell where he swears revenge on Spider-man for ending his life's work(In a way that would send chills down the spine)
I would throw in plenty of Easter Eggs,Dr Connors would still be Richard Parker's old partner,Richard's Parker final experiment would be working for a cure for Cancer(hinting on Venom),I would make Peter Parker financially strained and him asking for a job at Daily Bugle but Jameson turning him down due to him being underage(And here he would meet Ben Urich),maybe show Dr Octopus's arms at display when Peter is snooping around at OsCorp
For the first movie, I'll do what The Incredible Hulk did (and fresh Prince of Bel Air did more than a decade before it), and recap the origin in the opening credits, a mix between the Raimi version and Webb's, and the burglar will be caught of course
Gwen will be his love interest, they meet in college, and he won't tell her
Flash will be Fred, he will join the army cause he was inspired by Spider-Man, then tries to change things for the best. I'll give him a story, something about his family
A Big Man will work in backgrounds
For a lot of plots for the whole series I'll take the Spectacular Spider-Man for inspiration
Okey-dokey. And if you have some questions about it, let me know. Having read it over, I didn't mention a couple extra things(this trilogy idea has been in my mind for a while).
Let's see...my trilogy...
Film One - Starts off a year into Spider-Man's career and only show flashbacks of Peter being bitten by a spider(that is genetically enhanced by OZ through OsCorp) and Uncle Ben's death(also showing Peter catching the killer) and Peter Parker is now a senior in high school. Crime is at an all time low and while many faces of the NYPD are skeptic, Captain George Stacy believes that what Spider-Man is doing is good, but he's always trying to find a way to some face time with the hero but to no avail. OsCorp plays somewhat of an important role with the trilogy while the Osborns do as well and there's a side plot of Norman Osborn having had dealings with the mob, led by Tombstone, and during one part of the film Tombstone decides to sabotage an experiment presented by OsCorp that ends up changing a man's live forever, Otto Octavius, who is the main villain of the film. Otto is a simple minded scientist who tries to be the best he can and that always calls for having no life outside of OsCorp and doing whatever Norman asks of him but during that experiment gone wrong, his biggest creation becomes his biggest allies in the form of the four tentacles which he only blames Osborn on and not thinking what really happened goes after Norman Osborn. While Spidey tries to save Osborn and stop Doc Ock, he also has run ins with Tombstone's mob and the man Tombstone called to screw up Otto's experiment, the Chameleon(the minor villain of the film). One pivotal part in the story is of Spider-Man's final confrontation with Chameleon and his handler, Hammerhead, and while he deals with these two for the police to arrest later on, Octavius interrupts a gala hosted by OsCorp and with Spidey no where in sight, Captain Stacy takes the duties in trying to stop Doctor Octopus that becomes futile when Captain Stacy ends up getting badly hurt and before he takes his last breath, he gets his chance to finally meet Spider-Man who's swung in time to tell Stacy things will be okay before Spider-Man sets his attention on Doc Ock who indeed is defeated by the wall crawler. The ending credits shows a doctor telling Norman that Project OZ has been halted as the United States military decided to pass OsCorp's super soldier idea but it is shown that Norman is still testing with OZ and even having an idea that this Spider-Man character received his abilities through OZ. And in another side plot, Gwen Stacy and Peter Parker are already friends with no history of a relationship besides one very bad date and Peter has eyes on only for Mary Jane Watson, who's dating Harry Osborn, Peter's best male friend.
Plus, a major cameo of Curt Connors, who has both arms at the time of the film but loses one while he tried to save some OsCorp board members during that experiment gone wrong; a scientist working at OsCorp.
Film Two - Starts off with Spider-Man quickly stopping some B rated villain, Shocker, right before his high school graduation, which he barely makes in time. But stopping this Shocker character gives Peter some insight that OsCorp is behind some shady dealings with the mob to the point where they are creating tech for criminals to use as Tombstone still has a very strong grip on Norman Osborn, who after learning they were behind Otto's failed experiment, is trying his best to find a way to get back at Tombstone and the mob while Tombstone has called on Chameleon's half-brother, Sergei Kravinoff, to exact vengeance on the man who put Dmitri Smerdyakov in prison. Kraven the Hunter definitely finds enjoyment in tracking Spider-Man down and realizing how strong Spidey is, decides to make this his greatest hunt and so begins a game of cat and mouse, something Peter Parker is barely surviving, something that gets the attention of Peter Parker's mentor, a scientist who worked with Otto Octavius before and during that fateful experiment who is secretly experimenting himself on trying to re-grow his arm that he lost during that same experiment after trying to save some board members. Realizing that Spider-Man doesn't seem to be a match at all against Kraven, Connors decides to finally test his serum and becomes the Lizard, with the mindset of helping Spidey(having no idea Peter Parker is Spider-Man), but the serum gets to him which has him going after Spidey as well. A final meeting between the two has Spider-Man reaching out to Connors to take control of the serum and helping him defeat Kraven, although when accidentally killing Kravinoff, Connors decides to do the right thing and hands himself over to the police after turning back to human(since his family has no part in my story, Curt will be a single man with no children). While trying to find a way to get him and his company out of the mob's pocket and having come down to one final straw after a mugging with some mob members beating Harry Osborn, Norman decides to finally test the OZ serum on himself, believing Spider-Man is a creation from OZ and becoming this insane, pale skinned new Norman Osborn, making his entrance known by only wearing this purple cloak and setting Tombstone's house on fire. Once more, there is a side plot of Gwen Stacy and Mary Jane Watson; the former begins to hate Spider-Man for the death of her father and Mary Jane ends up breaking up with Harry after he keeps her away from his life after his mugging.
Cameos by the Daily Bugle family when Peter tries to get a job but is never accepted to work there until J. Jonah Jameson is met by Aunt May who, in her own way, threatens JJJ if he doesn't give Peter a job. He ends up giving him a job, lol.
Film Three - After killing Tombstone, Norman Osborn realizes that with his new power, he can lead the mob now and donning a goblin-esque suit, calling himself The Green Goblin, he puts his own mark within the underworld, deciding that only a monster can run the mob and so he becomes one metaphorically which begins an intense story of Green Goblin going after Spider-Man, the only one able to take down the mobs who have become even more powerful with using all of OsCorp's inventions. After a head on collision course, Gwen becomes aware that Peter is Spider-Man and so she learns to forgive Peter but before she can, she is kidnapped by Green Goblin after knowing Gwen's discovery and so too he is aware that Peter and Spidey are one in the same, putting Gwen as well as MJ in danger as both are equipped with gliders and sent out in New York City with Spider-Man struggling his best to save both and so he does, but to the extent of major damage to himself who went over his limits to a pleased Green Goblin who beats the holy hell out of Spider-Man with MJ, Gwen and the Daily Bugle family all watching in the streets of NYC, only to be saved by Harry Osborn. And in twisted fashion, is killed by his own father when Harry reveals that he knows that his father is Green Goblin, having found a secret area in his mansion where he stored all of his Green Goblin accessories and equipment, but with Green Goblin letting his guard down with Spidey, Peter takes this chance to finally defeat Norman Osborn who beats him down too much that Norman ends up dying on the streets of NYC, laying parallel to his son, Harry. And back to the side plot of Peter's personal life, he finally gets a chance to tell Mary Jane that he loves her and always have and they decide to go on a date, leaving the audience wondering when he'll ever tell MJ that he's Spider-Man.
Side note, I always had an idea of a superhero dying in the end of a trilogy, but after TDKR, I feel that the idea would only feel cheapened, but if I could get away with it, I'd have Spider-Man and Green Goblin both taking their last breaths while duking it out, leaving Peter's loved ones having to live on while knowing Peter Parker was Spider-Man. Aunt May, the family; Gwen Stacy, the best friend and confidant; Mary Jane Watson, the one girl he loved but never had a chance to tell her. In the version where Spider-Man doesn't die, only Gwen Stacy knows the truth, though.
With Goblin you want a B villain rather than one the more high profile ones - as he's your main guy essentially.
Electro works, so does Scorpion. What might be interesting one day is Spidey having to take two at once. Perhaps Electro, Scorpion or Rhino has him on the ground and obviously Goblin is on his glider in the air. He's really pinned in.
And as Oscorp says, Happy Christmas everyone! Hope it's been an amazing day thus far.
I love Tombstone and his mob's part of the story and that they are responsible for the birth of Doc Ock! That's great! I also love your Capt. Stacy.
However, I honestly don't like having Doc Ock go after Norman to get revenge. I have never associated Doc Ock as that kind of villain who'd do such a thing. I imagine him as more grand, seeing things in a wider perspective than hunting down one person for revenge. I want the cold, master planner Doc Ock who wants to show everyone that he's the most intelligent out there. That with his arms, he feels he can do whatever he wants.
I also would prefer to have Connors with just one arm from the beginning of the trilogy. I'd like that it's something he's struggeling with for a long time.
As a major fan of Shocker, I feel it would be wasted potential to have him as this introduction villain for a film. I'd rather leave him out entirely than have Spidey defeat him in a couple of minutes.
I absolutely love the way you introduce Kraven to the franchise. That's just perfect.
I don't like how you're handelling Lizard here to be honest. His reason for using the serum should be for his own sake even though he's a good person. I also don't like Lizard helping Spidey defeat Kraven. With all the potential your story here has, it would be perfect to go all out Kraven's Last Hunt and just switch Vermin to Lizard. It would be the best Spidey film ever.
I also want Norman Osborn to be a psychopath from the beginning, hiding under a shell even before taking the serum. So I wouldn't have the mob beating Harry be the last straw. I'd like to have the mob beat Harry, with Norman going all "It's because you're weak Harry!".
Hmm I like that Green Goblin is the final villain of the trilogy but I'm not a big fan of how you're handelling it, except for the beginning with the mob and his motivations. I like Harry in this alot though. But Green Goblin kidnapping both Gwen and MJ, not killing Gwen as the classic comic book arc, as well as Spidey beating Norman to death...I really don't want to see that! That would spit on what Spidey stands for.
Overall, it's a very, very well written trilogy story. But there are lots of details that I don't like. Even then however, seen from above it's very similar to a story I had in mind some time ago.