If Spider-Man was getting another film series.
This is the first part of a new anthology of Marvel superheroes and how I would make the movies. Also, this ignores the Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and upcoming Tom Holland movies and takes on a new direction, although there will be some elements borrowed from some of these movies. (PointMan528491 inspired me to start this series.) The movie would focus on the young adult years of Peter Parker, who used to be a shy and awkward nerd bitten by a radioactive spider at a young age, which results in him receiving genetically enhanced spider-like abilities. After graduating from high ...
High school student Peter Parker is bitten by a radioactive spider and he must use his powers to fight the crime in New York City and avenge the death of his uncle.
After Oscorp scientist Dr. Markus uses Parker's blood to recreate the Oz formula that created Spider-Man, the Prowler (Aaron Davis) steals the formula, and in the process, one of the spiders created by Markus crawls into the Prowler's duffel bag. Days later, the Prowler's nephew,grade-schooler Miles Morales, is bitten by the spider during a visit to Aaron's apartment. Morales develops superhuman abilities similar to those Peter Parker has,
Movie based on Green Goblin comic which featured Phil Urich, who fought as heroic ver. of Goblin. In the movie ver. of this story, Phil stumbled upon safehouse of Norman Osborn while he escaped from thugs. When he entered the secret room, he accidentally activated the machine and get the ability of Green Goblin. However, since he was fan of Spider-Man, Phil decide to use his power, mask and armory to good thing. Also, this story features Hobgoblin, with movie-verse origin. Hobby in this movie's True Identity is Paul Urich, the brother of Phil, who is the ex-Daily Bugle punk.(This ...
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