Silk Movie In The Works At Sony As A Spider-Man Spinoff
It is fairly safe to say that Sony is taking full advantage of their movie rights to Spider-Man and all of the other associated characters from Peter Parker’s corner of the Marvel world. This year will see the release of Sony spinoff films focused on Venom and Miles Morales, and the sequel to Spider-Man Homecoing is well into production. However, it seems like Sony is still looking to expand their catalogue of Spider-verse projects. New reports have indicated that a Silk movie is in the works at Sony.
The Wrap has shared intel received from a secret source close to the new project. According to the source, Amy Pascal, who is producing the upcoming Venom and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse spinoff films, is also producing this new project.
For those unaware of the character from the comics, Silk is the superhero alter-ego of Korean-American student Cindy Moon. She obtains powers similar to Peter Parker after being bitten by the same radioactive spider that gave him his powers just before the spider dies. However, Cindy’s powers or existence are not made known to Peter until 13 years after becoming Spider-Man.
There are also several other Spider-Man spinoffs in the works at Sony. These include a project centered around the duo of Silver Sable and Black Cat, not to mention films focused on Morbius The Living Vampire and Nightwatch, the latter of which is being considered by Spike Lee as a project to serve as director for. The Spider-verse certainly seem to be booming at Sony, and hopefully these projects all bring something fans can enjoy. Now where is the J. Jonah Jameson film announcement?
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