Miles Morales will give the movie a lot more hype, but I'm pretty sure Peter Parker was the Iron Spider in the original comic books. So meh, they'll hopefully pull of another Age of Ultron (or better!) level movie and I'll love it.
Both. However in my idea for a MCU reboot of Spider-Man, Miles doesn't become Spider-Man but he is a close friend of Peter in this version. It's unlikely that Peter will be replaced by Miles in this version but for Venom, it would be better to have Flash Thompson than Eddie Brock, given that Topher Grace (You know, Eric Forman in That's 70s Show) did an awful portrayal of him in Spider-Man 3.
For the love interest, it could be either Mary Jane Watson, Gwen Stacy, Liz Allan or Felicia Hardy.
A little of both, really. I think Peter Parker should be in the cinematic universe on principle, but we've seen Peter Parker in two series of movies relatively recently so Miles would be a welcome change of pace.
i dont really care either way, because I hven't gotten around to reading any spider-mans yet, but it would be interesting to see Miles Morales. Like, a fresh face, you know? but i dunno if they would... i mean, Andrew Garfield also wanted Peter to be bicurious, which never happened. maybe the moviemakers are too afraid to go outside the box...
Back during the clone wars, would people have wanted a ben reilly spidey movie? Doubtful.
The Amazing spider-man were not great spider-man movies. That's unfortunate because now spidey has been oversaturated with reboots. Bad decisions have caused this.
Spiderman should be a constant. Spider-man could easily be a James Bond style franchise. A new movie every year or every 2 years. The storyline doesnt have to be continuous, it doesn't have to be an epic trilogy or whatever, just each film a standalone movie with a new villain and challenges to Peter. After every 3,4,5 films, you'll have to recast the actor, but THAT'S how a spider-man franchise should be handled. There are storylines and characters that haven't even been hinted at, yet alone touched!
Sony dropped the ball hiring a non comic fan to directing those Amazing Spiderman movies. The casting was great, but the decisions with story, retelling the origin, redesigning the costume, the whole father arc, Sony gave Marc Webb so much rope that he hung the spider-man name. To wider movie audiences now, spiderman is overused and confusing and dull - when there is a reason why is he is the most popular comic character and has been for decades. I think Marvel will have a firmer grasp on the director making a movie THEY want to tell, and it should be all the better for it. However, the spidey name is now so diluted with those 2 bad films (and spidey 3 if we're being honest, again, because of sony and partly a director not caring for the characters in that film) unless marvel hit a home run, this could be the death of ANY film with the spider-man name heading it.
I doubt Spider-Man will have the James Bond factor. Mind you, but the original Batman tetralogy had the James Bond factor: Michael Keaton played him in Batman and Batman Returns, while Val Kilmer played him in Batman Forever and George Clooney in Batman & Robin.
Yeh, Batman was like that. It was always 'who is going to be the next batman'...no one cared about continuity, there wasn't a huge story arc overlapping the films, and that's the mistake in hollywood right now. They think everything should be a trilogy, a continuation. Let films speak for themselves as decent standalone films. Don't have 1 movie set up another movie to only be the placeholder for the end. It didn't work for the Matrix and for some reason Producers are still hell bent on trying to make it work for everything.
Let's face it, spider-man has never been done right. The first 2 were close, but when you kill off the villains, when you remove the original love interest, you kill off iconic, character defining storylines from the beginning.
Not saying it has to, I am fully aware of that. Did I say otherwise?
I'm just saying, why throw out and negate years of storytelling when you mess around with characters, either replacing them, inventing new ones, bringing others into arcs hey never appeared in, killing them etc.
That's what also happens in superhero TV shows as well. Also people who want things to stay completely true to the source material (aka purists) need to accept the fact that not every thing has to stay true.
Peter Parker. I've never liked Miles, partly because he took too long to get any kind of actual personality outside of just his inferiority complex.
I guess it's also always bugged me that killing Parker off instead of actually bothering to fully develop him further, and follow up on all the promises of what he'd become once he grew into adulthood, then replacing him with an even younger character struck me as lazy and moronic.
Hunh,guess my exception is Robin then. As for the others no. The Flash and Ant man irked the hell outta me and as for Captain America I didn't like it when they tried to replace him the first time I didn't warm up to the idea come the second time.
I get what you mean, now. There have been moments when superheroes are either injured or killed that resulted in unpopular replacements such as Superman being replaced by four Supermen after his comic book death: Superboy, Steel, Eradicator and Cyborg Superman and Batman being replaced by Jean-Paul Valley. Unlike the four Supermen mentioned, who became fan favourites as their own characters, Jean-Paul wasn't well-liked by fans as either Batman or Azrael as they found him confusing and difficult.
I'd rather they finally get Peter Parker right before they fuck up another character. Well, Spectacular Spiderman got him right, so I guess Miles should get a chance. (I know nothing of Miles as Spiderman.)
Thinking about it I would actually prefer a SpiderGwen Movie. But I would be pretty awesome if it was Miles Morales in the CivilWar movie. Keen Spiderman outside the spotlight. Just keep him in that ironspider suit in wideshots until he unmaskes and "My name is Miles Morales.. WOOOOOW" ... isn't Tom Holland going to play the new Spiderman
I have to say I don't care . . . I know I was cranky about the new Dare Devil tv show, but I've seen the Amazing Spider-Man all the way through and . . . eegh, it just didn't do it for me. Kind of lame. This is in comparison with the original cartoon series and the 2002 movie, both of which I like.