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Venom, the Parasite Alien Got Nothing to do with Spider-Man and other Super Heroes

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Previously, it was announced that a Venom standalone film will be released on October 5, 2018. It is scripted by Dante Harper of Alien: Covenant and produced by Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach. Sony allegedly develops it not only as the film to launch their own Marvel Universe but also as an R-rated effort.






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Not Tied Up with Spider-Man

In an interview with Fandango, the director was asked if the Venom solo film is tied in any way to Spider-Man: Homecoming, to which he replied, “it’s not. It’s not connected to the Marvel world, so that’s really intriguing… what that will be.” Here’s the story: http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/03/28/spider-man-homecoming-director-confirms-venom-solo-movie-is-not-connected-to-mcu



Story of a Parasite Alien

In the comics, Venom is an intelligent alien symbiote that requires some kind living host in order to thrive and survive. Introduced in the original “Secret Wars” #8 as a black, organic costume for the friendly neighborhood wall-crawler, Peter Parker eventually learned his alien outfit had developed an unhealthy, quasi-romantic attachment to him. Parker was eventually able to sever that connection, leaving the symbiote spurned and alone on Earth. Read more: http://www.cbr.com/sonys-venom-film-is-not-connected-to-the-mcu-at-all/



Spin-off Project that Triggers the Confusion

This month, Sony Pictures has put fans of the Spider-Verse through their paces. Not only did a new trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming drop today, but the studio has announced its plans to pursue other spinoff projects. At the beginning of the month, fans learned that Sony had tapped a release date for a feature focusing on Venom. Shortly after, news broke that a film starring Black Cat and Silver Sable were also in the works. And, as expected, comic book fans were interested by the new developments. More here: http://comicbook.com/marvel/2017/03/29/spider-man-homecoming-venom-marvel-cinematic-universe/




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Can still Change

Bear in mind that the plan that is talked about at the moment can still change between now and late 2018. This is something to watch for when a director signs on and has his or her own vision comes through. Whatever it is, it is certainly an interesting approach to Sony’s Marvel Universe build up.




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Spider-Man is not Just a Super Hero but Somebody People can Relate to

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

One of the best aspects of the Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer is it gives the scenario of the film. That includes antagonists both internal and external. This is something that the Justice League trailer completely fails. As remembered, it struggles to find any reason for the viewer to get interested in why heroes are teaming up.






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MCU Future

Speaking to Cosmic Book News at the event, Pascal—who was still head honcho at Sony Pictures when the deal between Marvel and Sony over Spider-Man was being made—says that the collaboration allowing Spider-Man to appear in Marvel’s shared universe of films could come to an end after Homecoming 2http://io9.gizmodo.com/sony-is-weirdly-questioning-spider-mans-mcu-future-afte-1793742647



New Scenes

We got another good look at Spider-Man: Homecoming and there were a lot of new scenes to behold. Between it and the trailer we got last time, we think we’ve got a pretty good handle on what’s going on with him, Iron Man, and the Vulture. http://io9.gizmodo.com/every-easter-egg-and-plot-detail-stuffed-into-the-new-s-1793714603



MCU Exit?

There’s no question Spider-Man has had a long and eventful road of ups and downs since Sam Raimi’s big-screen introduction of the character with Tobey Maguire in the title role in 2002. Followed by an exceptional sequel with Spidey taking on Doc Ock in 2004, the character’s direction spun out of control with the critically maligned Spider-Man 3 in 2007. New hope, of course, sprung from Spidey’s web-shooters with Andrew Garfield in the lead in the blockbuster debut in 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man, but of course, the Amazing sequel fizzled two years later after the webslinger’s underwhelming battle with Electro. Read more: http://screenrant.com/spider-man-homecoming-mcu-exit/




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People Can Relate

Spider-Man does not only fight his way through. He’s either into low-level crime or failing to do Iron Man’s job when it comes to busting big crime syndicates. Spider-Man’s emotions are factors to be afraid of. He just wants to grow up and save people like many human beings.He can slip up or move too fast. He is relatable, which is always the best part of Spider-Man as a character for many people.




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