He didn't break out of jail? There are police lights right behind him in that scene. He's probably being transported somewhere else. Prisoners wear their stuff when that happens.
It can't really be anyone else.
You mean Vorpion and Vocker to go alongside Venom, Vulture and Vorbius.
There's a lot they can get away with.
Yikes. I'm getting Hale Berry Catwoman flashbacks.
Prowler might work, but I feel like we've already already had enough "normal guys that are tech/mechanical geniuses". I liked that they tried to make Venom work, because of the symbiote and the possibilities it introduces, even if I didn't enjoy the movie.
Honestly what I'd like to see about Kraven is Spiderman on the hunt, running for his life, outgunned and outmaneuvered by a seasoned killer. Kraven as a character is just that to me. It would make no sense for a Kraven stand alone film, in my opinion. I don't think bringing Kraven means Sony has run out of ideas, and (again, in my opinion) it makes sense after Far From Home's after credit's scene.All of those are the lowest hanging fruit, but the fact that their next lined up character is probably Kraven the Hunter, a villain who has never headlined his own book, tells us all we really need to know about how Sony is approaching this. i.e. they have no plan and are just throwing anything they can at the wall.
This I'd like to see, but I'm not sure whether I'd like a live-action film or would prefer an animated/Spiderverse type thing.
Yeah, I'm thinking of characters that can have their standalone movies within the Holland-verse. Not necessarily MCU, but to eventually connect them with Holland's Spidey.For Spider-man adjacent characters Sony has their hands on, I'd have gone with a few others first, myself.
And I'm shocked Sony hasn't just outright done their own live-action Spider-man stories of several of the other non-Peter Spider-men outside of Into the Spider-verse.
... BUT the well isn't that deep. Outside of Spider-men & women (and Venom is definitely one), Morbius is arguably the most popular Spider-man spin-off character who carried his own book for awhile.
Wasn't that their pitch for the Aunt May movie?
I mean that's just how Sony does trailers. Every major Sony trailer campaign since the first MIB has basically been a full summary of the entire plot of the movie.
Why is it confusing?
This right here. And I hated Leto before I found out he's an actual piece of shit, so I double hate him now.
Sony doesn't give a crap about having Morbius or Venom meet the Avengers or the Eternals or whatever they do next, they want to eventually implement Spider-Man or make MCU Spider-Man films with the inclusion of those characters. They want Tom Holland Spidey, no one else, and by default they would be connected to the MCU.There are about as many signs it is as there are that it isn't.
Kevin Fiege announced the MCU slate here:
At long last, Marvel Studios has finally announced exactly what's coming down the pipeline in Phase 4, and there's lots to look forward to.wegotthiscovered.com
I don't see it on there.
Although to me it's less of a narrative question than it's a legal/contract question. Clearly it's in Sony's interests to present it like an MCU movie even though none of the creative team in charge of the MCU are involved in it's creation.
If it was a proper MCU movie, they would have the rights to Stark tower, the MCU suit, and probably even Tom Holland.
Note that Tom Holland very publicly said he didn't want to have to make Spider-man films for Sony without Marvel's involvement because he wants to stay in the MCU.
From this trailer you can see it's more quality-wise in line with Venom than any of the MCU movies.