The English translation of the text in the image (thanks to ComicBook.com) is, “We have plans for you … #Spider-Man.” I’m not sure why they would post this if they weren’t still planning on making the movie. Last year, Sony gave Sinister Six a release date of November 11th, 2016. I wonder if they still plan on trying to get the movie done by then.
I’m a fan of Goddard’s work, and I’d like to think that he could pull off an awesome Sinister Six film. It really could be good if the studio executives don’t try to screw it up with their terrible ideas of what they think a good super villain movie should be.
The Vulture and Doctor Octopus are the only two characters represented in the image, and as you know they were also teased at the end of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which also included Electro, Rhino, and the Goblin. Now, I assume since they “have plans” for Spider-Man, that the web-slinger will also be in the movie. As I’ve said before, it would be hard to make a movie with a bunch of Spider-Man villains without Spider-Man. It’s just not sounding like Andrew Garfield will be involved this time around.
I do have another theory about what this might mean. Maybe this is for the previously announced Amazing Spider-Man 3, and instead of crowding a movie with six villains, they are only going to focus on Vulture and Doc Ock as the main antagonists. That kind of contradicts everything that we’ve heard surrounding the superhero up until this point, though.
What are your thoughts on what the image means? Honestly with all the stuff going down with sony and spider-man unofficially joining the mcu project i thought this movie was scrapped!