More Spider-Man, less Loki?

June 17, 2013 at 11:36 pm | Posted in Disney, Movies, News, scifi, scifi/fantasy | Leave a comment
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It was announced today that not only will Sony be producing an expected Amazing Spider Man 3, but it will also be moving forward with a 4th film in the recently rebooted series starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone. Filming is currently underway for the first sequel to the 2012 reboot, with all the main cast members returning. The Amazing Spider Man 2 will also introduce key Spider-Man characters Harry Osborn, Norman Osborn, and Mary-Jane Watson, played by Dane DeHaan, Chris Cooper, and Shaileene Woodley respectively. Furthermore, Jamie Foxx will play the film’s main antagonist, Electro.

The Amazing Spider Man 2 is set to be released on May 2nd, 2014. The recently announced 3rd and 4th films in the series are due out on June 10th, 2016 and May 4th, 2018.

Also in superhero news, Joss Whedon recently gave an interview promoting his new film, Much Ado About Nothing, in which he touches upon the upcoming Avengers 2. Whedon mentioned that Loki, the first film’s antagonist played by Tom Hiddleston, will not be back in the highly anticipated sequel, at least not in any major capacity at this time. Marvel’s The Avengers 2 will be released on May 1st, 2015.

Posted By: Ryan for Roqoo Depot
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