Red, black and blue! The Amazing Spider-Man is swinging high over this extended 4th of July holiday week. The new film is the first of a trilogy as revealed on the film’s official Facebook page.
”It’s finally here! The Amazing Spider-Man is the first installment in a movie trilogy that will explore how our fave hero’s journey was shaped by the disappearance of his parents.”
Who will Spidey face in the sequel?
“I think you have to be pretty protective of the canon when it comes to villains,” he observes. “And Spider-Man has a great rogues gallery, so there’s a lot to choose from,” Director Marc Webb tells the Hollywood Reporter Heat Vision.
“Movies like this tend to have sequels, [though] ultimately the audience will tell us if they want one. But I kind of thought it was an interesting thing to anticipate those storylines and think about the backstories and how we can parlay those into an ongoing story,” he adds.
The truth about Peter’s parents and top-secret genetic research inside Oscorp could drive the storylines of future films.
The Chameleon was the first supervillain Spidey faced. This master of diguise and spy who executed a cruel hoax involving Peter’s parents. He was also the half-brother of…
Kraven the Hunter was a big game hunter who became obsessed with killing the most elusive prey – Spidey-Man. Kraven’s Last Hunt is a masterpiece and one of my favorite Spidey epics.
Michael Morbius was a scientist with a rare blood disease who used vampire bats in his experimental treatments that turned him into…a living vampire. Morbius and the Lizard are both featured in the current Amazing Spider-Man comic book storyline out now.