Kevin Feige confirmed a Spider-Man sequel will follow the Infinity War along with the spin offs but the chances of this new trilogy leading up to a Sinister Six might not happen. On the flipside though, which rogues are overdue for their debut in the Spider-Man sequel
@ursaber: Sorry to say but that seems to be the plan for the Venom spin off. Carnage is one of the lead villains for the film. Hobgoblin would still be a part of the MCU but Spidey's involvement in the spin off will be as a supporting character.
Actually I heard that Venom and Black Cat were in fact separate universes. If Carnage does appear as a villain to Venom, it doesn't have to adapt Maximum Carnage. It can tackle something else other than one of the worst clusterf*ck stories ever told, meaning Max Carnage.
@ursaber: I suppose they could knit pick a few good scenes from Maximum Carnage and adapt it to their own. I hope its a rumor in regards to black cat and venom being in different universes. Amy Pascal assured fans that both spin offs would take place in the MCU. In order to give Spidey's massive rogue galley proper exposure, you would need to give some of Spidey's allies a spin off. They should craft a Spider-Woman movie or trilogy.
Def won't be molten man since Liz Allen is moving and not going to be in sequel. I could see mysterio and Rhino as potential villans on the big screen. Marvel seems to be going down the road of villans that have not been made on film yet and the rhino in amazing Spider-Man 2 was hardly
10 minutes of footage.
If they go in order it will be
Vulture - done
Tinkerer - done
Probably Mysterio, Chameleon, Molten Man and Hydro Man.
I know Hydro Man is basically Sandman, but we've already seen him. I want them to do a few more obscure villains before pulling out Gobby or Ock.
With regards to Hydro Man, a cool way to use him is to do a team-up with Tigershark. Together, Hydro Man can combine with Tigershark to form Hydro-Shark, whereby he controls Hydro Man's powers with his own abilities.
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