Sony Says There’s a Plan for Spider-Man to Connect to Their Spin-Offs

When Spider-Man: No Way Home will hit theaters in December, the deal that allows the web-slinger to move between Marvel Studios and Sony will be officially over. In the meantime, Sony is building a whole universe of spin-offs focused on Peter Parker’s worst enemies, starting with Venom, Carnage, Morbius, and so on. Recently, the studios announced an upcoming feature focused on Kraven the Hunter. And the list might expand in the future, according to Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group President Sanford Panitch.

“We don’t really think of our 900 characters as the Spidey-verse,” said Panitch while talking with Variety. “We have a Marvel universe. The volume of characters we have — you know, wait until you see this next Venom. You don’t miss Spider-Man.”

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At the moment, Sony’s plan for the future of Spider-Man isn’t clear. Hypothetically, the producers could bring back Peter Parker in the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters, to lock horns with all sorts of villains. Moreover, many hints indicate that Spider-Man: No Way Home might introduce the multiverse.

“There actually is a plan,” he said. “I think now maybe it’s getting a little more clear for people where we’re headed and I think when No Way Home comes out, even more will be revealed.”

And while Panitch didn’t exclude that they might reach a new deal with Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios, it appears that there are plenty of ideas for Peter’s future. Including the Sinister Six, which is something that fans what to see.

“It would be very cool, wouldn’t it?,” concluded Panitch.

Do you believe that No Way Home will introduce the multiverse? Let us know your guess in the comments section below.

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