Andrew Garfield talks about director Drew Goddard’s Sinister Six film, which was planned as a spinoff of The Amazing Spider-Man franchise.
“I don’t know how close it came, but I certainly had a few meetings and it was really exciting,” Garfield said. collider. “I have to say, because I love Drew so much, and I love Cabin in the Woods, and the other stuff he’s made. Weird and off-kilter and unconventional in his creative choices. So it’s definitely a fun two months was but life.”
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ended with the founding of the Sinister Six — a supervillain group often featuring villains like Doctor Octopus, Green Goblin, Mysterio, and more — but the spinoff film, the second and third Garfield, was scheduled for release between -Spidey starring movie, never materialized. After Spider-Man joined the MCU, reorganized as Tom Holland, The Sinister Six closed with The Amazing Spider-Man 3.
But, there is a chance that we may see the Sinister Six on the big screen soon. Spider-Man: No Way Home is shaping up to be a multiverse-crossover of epic proportions, with Alfred Molina returning as Doctor OK, Jamie Foxx reportedly returning as Electro, and Thomas Hayden teases in the trailer for the church’s sandman, Rhys Ifans Lizard. , and Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin. Garfield and Tobey Maguire are also said to return as their respective versions of Spidey, although this has not been confirmed.
On Sony’s side, there’s also a Craven the Hunter film in the works starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson as well as Morbius with Jared Leto and the soon-to-be-released Venom 2. Spider-Man creator Amy Pascal also said Vanity Fair In 2018 of the Sinister Six movie: “I’m waiting for Drew to be ready to direct it. I’ll do anything with Drew Goddard. I’m just waiting for him to tell me he wants to.” “
Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released in theaters on December 17th. Until then, check out our complete guide to Marvel Phase 4 that the MCU has in store for us.