• Spider-Man Reboots

    From Pparker@VERT/OUTWEST to Nightfox on Monday, July 29, 2019 21:58:49
    I think they've rebooted the Spiderman movies several
    times, Ni> haven't they? Sometimes I don't know why
    they reboot Ni> movies so Ni> often these days.

    Sony rebooted Spider-Man the first time because Spider-Man
    4 was in development hell and after the critical failure
    of 3 they already had a backup plan with a reboot script.
    Then, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 bombed even harder and
    Sony's incompetence was leaked in emails stolen by North
    Korean hackers after the whole debacle with the movie,
    "The Interview." Somy of Japan pushed for Sony Pictures
    to make a deal with Marvel to have Spider-man in the MCU
    because they thought that people might be interested in
    tye character again if they did that. In the leaked
    emails, Kevin Feige said Marvel Studios would NEVER reboot
    the MCU, they'd only recast characters. So, ideally this
    is the Spider-Man we would've gotten after Tobey Maguire
    anyways, (well, maybe not Tom Holland cuz he wouldn't have
    been old enough,) and it would be ideally the last movie
    incarnation of Spider-Man, except Sony has been producing
    non-MCU movies with Spider-Man characters so that if
    their deal with Marvel Studios expires, they don't lose
    the rights. Plus it gives them an already established
    unuverse to plop another rebooted Spider-Man in to, so
    basically, who knows what's gonna happen.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Pparker on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 13:56:56
    Re: Spider-Man Reboots
    By: Pparker to Nightfox on Mon Jul 29 2019 11:58 pm

    incarnation of Spider-Man, except Sony has been producing
    non-MCU movies with Spider-Man characters so that if
    their deal with Marvel Studios expires, they don't lose
    the rights. Plus it gives them an already established
    unuverse to plop another rebooted Spider-Man in to, so


    SONY is done with spiderman after the third spiderman movie. they licensed him for cheap [and they were offered the entire mcu catalog and refused].

    disney doenst need the money so i am pretty sure sony is done after the next spiderman movie. there is one after 2019's movie and that's it.

    the spiderman movies suck, and the venom movie sucked.

    also the xmen movies suck[formerly fox]. i dont want anymore spiderman or xmen movies.
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  • From Pparker@VERT/OUTWEST to MRO on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 23:43:32
    SONY is done with spiderman after the third spiderman movie. they licensed him for cheap [and they were offered the entire mcu catalog and refused].

    disney doenst need the money so i am pretty sure sony is done after the next spiderman movie. there is one after 2019's movie and that's it.

    the spiderman movies suck, and the venom movie sucked.

    also the xmen movies suck[formerly fox]. i dont want anymore spiderman or xmen movies.

    I'm confused. The third Spider-Man movie would be the third produced by Disney, and it's questionable whether Disney will be able to do another one afterwards. Sony still owns the Spider-Man movie rights, but they signed a contract
    with Disney to let them use the character in the MCU for a set number of movies, and during that time Sony can't use Spider-Man himself bu they can still use Spider-Man characters. Sony got the Spider-Man movie rights in the first
    place because throughout the '90s Carolco was producing a Spider-Man movie but then Carolco and Marvel went bankrupt around the same time and there was a legal battle between the company that had the telvision rights for that movie,
    MGM, and the company that had the home video rights for that movie, Sony, and they settled by Sony trading James Bond to MGM for Spider-Man. I also heard something about Sony being offered the entire Marvel Universe's cast of
    characters, but I'm not sure when that happened.

    The point is, it's Disney who would be done after the third movie, so I'm not exactly sure what you're trying to say.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Pparker on Wednesday, July 31, 2019 14:08:04
    Re: Spider-Man Reboots
    By: Pparker to MRO on Wed Jul 31 2019 01:43 am

    I'm confused. The third Spider-Man movie would be the third produced by Disney, and it's questionable whether Disney will be able to do another one afterwards. Sony still owns the Spider-Man movie rights, but they signed a


    disney bought marvel. disney owns spiderman

    sony was approached by marvel years ago and were offered the entire mcu catalog.

    sony thought that spiderman was the only one worth it, so made a rights deal for spiderman. after that deal is up, it reverts back to disney.

    spiderman was in the avengers movie and tony stark was in spiderman movies based on a deal the studios made with eachother.

    The point is, it's Disney who would be done after the third movie, so I'm not exactly sure what you're trying to say.

    disney owns marvel and sony is 'renting' spiderman.
    the other characters in the spiderman universe are also limited by the contract they agreed on.
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