I’m sure we can run a campaign for anyone who can remember “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” which came out this year. Yes, probably the most forgettable Marvel movie released in a decade still managed to rake in a $699.1 million, but ended up $60 million short of the first film. The heavily marketed Marc Webb sequel bombarded the internet with countless teasers and trailer with almost every significant scene revealed, leaving almost nothing for the final cut. Ain’t It Cool also share our views that the Spidey cinematic universe will need careful planning since two more sequels are lined-up, including spin-offs for “The Sinister Six” and “Venom”.
Needless to say, the last thing any of us were expecting was a villain drenched Spidey epic with no storyline and poor character development. With Mark Webb still attached to direct the third outing of the friendly neighborhood web-slinger, it’s really difficult not to feel like audiences we primarily treated to yet another foundation builder sequel for future films.
Ain’t It Cool News claims that “The Amazing Spider-Man 3” has been pushed back from its original date of June 10, 2016 to 2017. We already mentioned that “The Sinister Six” and “Venom” are also expected to hit theaters, and more likely we will see the spin-offs fill the gap after the events of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2“.