Marvel Cinematic Universe Discussion Thread (Spoilers)

Do Not Sell My Personal Information

bigfoot5415

Gold Star Member
Joined
Jul 13, 2005
Messages
11,544
Reaction score
10,028
Points
123
I feel like these next two years are a throw away. Probably still great content but no Endgame like saga. I absolutely love getting to see the real Mandarin.

Have to believe the next phase starts with a BP & Spiderman team up flick vs Kraven. Dimitri in FFH (with a sniper) was no accident. Then you bring in the new sagas and lead up to secret wars.

Also does anyone think all this multiverse talk is a way to bring Miles Morales and the old Spiderman villains (maybe even spidermans) into a Sinister Six movie?
 

Hurl Bruce

Logmaster
Joined
Apr 21, 2005
Messages
9,710
Reaction score
11,989
Points
123
I feel like these next two years are a throw away. Probably still great content but no Endgame like saga. I absolutely love getting to see the real Mandarin.

Have to believe the next phase starts with a BP & Spiderman team up flick vs Kraven. Dimitri in FFH (with a sniper) was no accident. Then you bring in the new sagas and lead up to secret wars.

Also does anyone think all this multiverse talk is a way to bring Miles Morales and the old Spiderman villains (maybe even spidermans) into a Sinister Six movie?

Is Secret Wars the direction they're going or the direction you think they'll go?
 

col63onel

Joe Thomas Fan Club
Joined
May 3, 2008
Messages
16,833
Reaction score
19,624
Points
223
Also does anyone think all this multiverse talk is a way to bring Miles Morales and the old Spiderman villains (maybe even spidermans) into a Sinister Six movie?
Donald Glover played The Prowler in Homecoming and referenced his nephew so I don’t think they need a multiverse to introduce Miles Morales. But also nothing stopping them from going that route either.
 

Jack Brickman

Hall-of-Famer
Joined
Aug 12, 2012
Messages
32,757
Reaction score
44,369
Points
148
Donald Glover played The Prowler in Homecoming and referenced his nephew so I don’t think they need a multiverse to introduce Miles Morales. But also nothing stopping them from going that route either.

I'm guessing the multiverse will probably be the means with which they introduce mutants. Miles Morales can pretty easily be introduced once they bring Norman Osborne in, as he could create the spider that bites Miles. I'd imagine we're a ways away from something like that happening, though, as Holland is still fully on board and you'd think Miles would be the guy who eventually replaces him so they can keep making Spider-Man movies once he moves on.
 

Jack Brickman

Hall-of-Famer
Joined
Aug 12, 2012
Messages
32,757
Reaction score
44,369
Points
148
I want more animated movies like the Spiderverse one.

Given the success of Into the Spider-Verse, you are going to get them. Just gotta hope the whole thing doesn't come crumbling down like every Sony superhero franchise has thus far. Don't think they've released a quality sequel since the original Spider-Man trilogy.
 

Hurl Bruce

Logmaster
Joined
Apr 21, 2005
Messages
9,710
Reaction score
11,989
Points
123
Not sure why they cut this out. Maybe two scenes showing sadness over Stark's death was one too many?

 

-Akronite-

Hall-of-Famer
Joined
Jul 3, 2008
Messages
9,464
Reaction score
10,685
Points
123
I'd love for Disney not to own everything but Sony has proven that they cannot handle the franchise and mixing Tom Holland into a new Sony Spiderverse makes no sense.

Bad news for the MCU, which has a lot still going for it but seemed to be grooming Spiderman to be the guy.
 

inliner311

All-Star
Joined
Feb 17, 2009
Messages
8,516
Reaction score
7,767
Points
113
I'd love for Disney not to own everything but Sony has proven that they cannot handle the franchise and mixing Tom Holland into a new Sony Spiderverse makes no sense.

Bad news for the MCU, which has a lot still going for it but seemed to be grooming Spiderman to be the guy.

I wonder if this was Sony's plan all along. They used MCU to propel their own Spiderman universe to another level and then move on from it.

Kind of dumb by Disney to groom Spiderman to be the guy when they didn't own the character rights.
 

Derek

1 by land, 2 by sea, 3 Baerga
Joined
Jan 10, 2009
Messages
13,508
Reaction score
17,629
Points
123
I'd love for Disney not to own everything but Sony has proven that they cannot handle the franchise and mixing Tom Holland into a new Sony Spiderverse makes no sense.

Bad news for the MCU, which has a lot still going for it but seemed to be grooming Spiderman to be the guy.

I get not wanting Disney to own everything, but having multiple universes for what should be a singular property is super disappointing.
 
Top