Spider-Man 3: We Have A Potential Opponent For Peter Parker

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Spider-Man 3: We Have A Potential Opponent For Peter Parker
Spider-Man 3: We Have A Potential Opponent For Peter Parker

Sinister Six may finally make its live-action debut in Spider-Man: Homecoming 3. Sister Six, a group of Spider-Man villains who come together to defeat their common enemy, was harassed by the Spider-Creator.

The special features of the Blu-ray Spider-Man include Man Amy Pascal: Away from home talking about the villain in his universe. According to Pascal, some of the characters of Sinister Six in the comics are now present in the MCU. Pascal indicated that some of it might come in the future.

Had we forgotten about the post-credit scene of ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’?’ Spider-Man: Away from home’ was such an amazing journey that we had almost completely forgotten what happens at the end of the post-credit scene of ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’. So much to talk about what Peter Parker will hold after his identity is revealed that we had not thought about the direct connection to his first film.

Spider-Man 3: We Have A Potential Opponent For Peter Parker

Recall that, in that scene, Michael Keaton’s character is asked in prison for the identity of Spider-Man. He who does it is a former customer of his alien technology, Mac Gargan.

Performed by Michael Mando, Gargan turns out to be the alter ego of a classic villain in the Spider-Man universe, nothing less than Scorpio. But the Vulture, which Tom Holland’s character eventually saved his life, decides to hide the young man’s identity from everyone.

But the last revelation of the second part means that everyone who wanted to hunt down Spider-Man already knows who he is, and that means Gargan already has his answer.

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The actor himself has commented with YouTuber Steve Varley the possibility that his character does not stay in a simple hint. Although the actor, by contract, would be bound hand and foot to reveal anything, his simple hope already indicates that something could be there. Jon Watts, the director of ‘Away from Home’ and ‘Homecoming’ also spoke with Digital Spy to discuss Scorpio’s presence and his possible return as a villain.

If the third part of ‘Spider-Man’, which will involve his last collaboration with Marvel (as long as the agreement does not change again) does not recover the Vulture and looks a little more to Scorpio, the truth is that we would feel somewhat disappointed.

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