This is set in the MCU. With Spider-Man taking on domestic and home-spun baddies, the gov decides to create its own, for foreign 'policies'. But the first one is total carnage. So, the other one is ordered to be destroyed. But it escapes and latches onto a Marine Corp vet. A vet named Flash Thompson. So with the creature's memories, Flash sets out to stop Carnage from spreading his destruction and mayhem. While keeping one step-ahead of the people that created him.
In January 2007, Columbia Pictures entered negotiations with screenwriter David Koepp, who is credited with the first Spider-Man screenplay, to pen the script for a fourth film. James Vanderbilt was announced as screenwriter, impressing the studio with his focus on characterization. The studio also decided to limit the scope of the film to two villains. David Lindsay-Abaire was in talks to rewrite by November 2008, and Gary Ross was hired to re-write in July 2009. Sony Pictures Entertainment lists the release date as May 6, 2011. In September 2008, Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire made deals to direct and star ...
Eddie Brock was a reporter for the Daily Globe before he wrote a story revealing the identity of the Sin-Eater. Shortly after the story was published Spider-Man caught the real Sin-Eater, and Brock was disgraced as a news reporter, losing his job and then his wife to the disgrace. Now writing for cheap gossip magazines Brock centers the frustration of his life on utter loathing of Spider-Man, which only escalates when it is revealed he has cancer. In response Brock begins working out and bringing his body to a higher performance. Meanwhile, the Symbiote needing another human host in order ...
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