Captain America Civil WarSpider-Man is supposed to play a crucial role in Captain America 3.In the Civil War story line, Peter Parker reveals that he is Spider-Man to the world. This leads to the Kingpin putting a hit out on Aunt May. If Captain America wanted to follow this same plot from the comics, it would greatly alter what Sony is trying to accomplish with the character. It has now been revealed that the studio wanted a cut of the box office for Captain America, as well as creative control over how the character is used in the movie. The Daily Beast has gotten their hands on an 8-page document that outlines the new Spider-Man reboot for Sony, sent from Studio 8 head Jeff Robinov to Sony co-chairman Amy Pascal. In it he talked about the reboot:
"To argue that there's plenty of other superhero movies with levity in the marketplace, so why make more Spider-Man movies, would be akin to saying there's no room for James Bond films because of all the espionage films and franchises that have come out over the years. There will always be room for this beloved, iconic hero. In the next Spider-Man movies, we can't go back to his origin story. Think of the 25 films in the James Bond franchise; just because a new creative team comes aboard, and breathes new life into a classic property, doesn't mean the origin story has to be retold."Jeff Robinov goes onto list a number of well known directors that he'd like to see approached for the project, including Brad Bird, Edgar Wright and James Gunn, just to name a few. He also wants the director to figure out the story, as opposed to deciding on one himself. He does, however, suggest Kraven's Last Hunt, which ran across Amazing Spider-Man #293-294, Spectacular Spider-Man #131-132, and Web of Spider-Man #31-32, as a potential way to relaunch this new series of films:
"In it, Kraven the Hunter tracks down Spider-Man, shoots him repeatedly, and leaves him for dead, buried underground. He then dons a Spider-Man costume and savagely starts attacking criminals. What makes this story resonate with fans is that it proves it takes more than just the costume to become "Spider-Man." No matter what he's wearing, or what predicament he's facing, Peter Parker is sensitive, passionate, and connected to those he's interacting with in a very powerful way. It's not Peter's powers that make him special - Kraven, and every other superhuman in the Marvel Universe, all have powers. Peter is special because of his values, because of what drives him, because of the lessons he's learned from Uncle Ben's death, and because of his love for Mary Jane. I've pasted a few pivotal pages from this book so you can see just how intense this storyline is. We also get to see how Mary Jane deals with Peter's disappearance, and how she would react if Peter ever died in action."The proposed removal of Andrew Garfield as the webbed wonder is reportedly a major issue for Sony's Amy Pascal, although, in the wake of the Sony Pictures hack, which has severely angered the Sony parent company, her position is said to be considerably weaker.One this we are sure of is that Andrew wont be coming back again for another movie. Do you think Marvel and Sony will eventually come to terms, paving the way for Spider-Man to swing in to the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Right now, this should all be considered rumor. Neither Marvel, Disney nor Sony have confirmed or commented on any of this information. Please leave you comments below regarding what are views on the story. What would you want as a fan ?