SINISTER SIX Villains Revealed in THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 Credits Sequence

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The fact that Sony is planning a Spider-Man spin-off in the form of a Sinister Six film isn’t anything new; what is new is the possible reveal of just which villains it will feature.  As you can see from the above image, there are plenty to choose from.  Sony and Shazam have teamed up to tantalize fans via the following instructions:

After seeing THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 – opening on May 2nd - be sure to Shazam the end credit sequence to unlock a look into the sinister future.  Download @Shazam on iTunes or GooglePlay. #SpiderMan

Feel free to do that on your own when you check out The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in theaters.  It will send a copy of the film’s credits to your mobile device which contains teasers for the Sinister Six movie.  We’ve included image grabs from those credits after the jump, but if you want to stay spoiler-free, now’s your chance to look away.

The folks over at CS Shazam’d the end credits song, “It’s On Again,” by Alicia Keys (featuring Kendrick Lamar) and pulled the following images from the credits:

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kraven-the-hunterAs you can tell from the first four images, the Sinister Six film will likely feature (Green/Hob) Goblin, Vulture, Rhino, and Doctor Octopus.  Slightly less familiar or obvious are the last two images.  The fifth one appears to be the cat-like eyes of Kraven the Hunter’s lion-themed costume.  The last one is a bit trickier.  CS pegs it as the illusionist Mysterio, with a possibility of it indicating the shape-shifting villain Chameleon.  Either of these would make sense in the line-up, so it’s hard to say just who it could be.  As a dark horse suggestion, the last image also sort of resemble’s Spidey’s mask, so perhaps we’ll see one of his arachnid brethren.  Or maybe it’s supposed to be Shocker’s mask?  All heresay for now, but it makes for some fun speculation.  Let us know what you think in the comments!

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 stars Andrew Garfield, Dane DeHaan, Jamie Foxx, Emma StonePaul GiamattiSally FieldChris CooperB.J. Novak, and Felicity Jones and opens in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D on May 2nd.




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  • Anthony Sturm

    I don’t care what any of you trolls say… This is going to be awesome!….first!

    • LEM

      It’s awesome that we get a big budget live action movie with some of these characters but I just wish they had better people behind the scenes.

  • MintyFresh

    Does this apply to the US only or internationally? I am checking out SpiderMan 2 tomorrow. Would it work?

    • ManuelRamosDelgado

      i saw the movie weeks ago in Spain (released early) and this images play DURING the credits with the Alicia Keys song, so yes it works on all movies. (After that comes the X-men teaser thingy(

      • MintyFresh

        Cool! Thanks!

      • Hoblow

        Isn’t Alicia Keys a racist? Why would Hollywood endorse a racist in their movies?

  • Sunuva

    I have no idea what a shazam is or how the hell I would go about seeing this tease… Can’t they just have a bonus scene like a regular superhero flick?

    • Reggie1138

      shazam is a free mobile app that allows you to identify music or movies by being near a source so that the mic on your mobile device can read the audio and give you info on what the audio is and where it can be found. For example let’s say you’re at a red light and someone in the car near you is playing a song you happen to like but don’t know the title or the artist. you can use the app to tag the song and get all info for it.

  • scheebles

    The smoke in the mask to me screams Mysterio.

  • http://mysite.verizon.net/vzepr1xp/index.html unsean

    As much as I despise the Marc Webb ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ films (I passionately disliked the first one so much that it contaminated the second, sight unseen) I would actually see one of them if Mysterio turned up.

    Mainly because he’s my favorite villain and I’d be curious as to how they ruined him, more than anything else.

    Though they better have that damned dome on his head. Take away the dome, and it’s not Mysterio–even if they call him that.

    I also admit that the images above are sort of neat. I have no intention of seeing TASM 2, but the images would be awesome wallpaper.

    • Person

      I love how the original point of rebooting Spider-Man was to ground him and make him more realistic (real web shooters, rougher suit, etc.), and now that’s all been chucked out the window and we could actually see friggin Mysterio in a Spider-Man movie. So much for consistency!

      That’s why these movies are terrible. Raimi’s films, for all their flaws, were at least fun (even the third one, which I appreciate more now in spite of its Random Acts of Stupidity).

      • http://mysite.verizon.net/vzepr1xp/index.html unsean

        Um…I think you got it wrong. I haven’t heard anything about them making it more “realistic” because the character by nature–guy bitten by radioactive spider gains spider-like abilities–isn’t realistic.

        Such thinking is why I despised “Man of Steel.” Superman isn’t a realistic character. For them to have treated him in such a fashion–in my eyes–really shortchanged the audience.

        Mysterio, at least if they follow the comics, is probably the most realistic character that Spider-Man could face in that he’s a special-effects artist, an illusionist that either mimics the abilities of a particular superhero, or creates illusions using mind-altering substances (which is the whole point behind his mist, as well as obscuring his presence.

        His mist also has the ability to block Spider-Man’s spider sense, though how it did that was never explained.

        And compared to Webb’s movies, even Spider-Man 3 is Oscar-worthy.

        For me, the weirdest thing about them is that they’re particularly joyless. You watch ‘Winter Soldier’ it feels to me like everyone concerned loves what they’re doing, and it appears on screen. ASM, not so much. It feels like labor, and fancy effects, but no heart or soul.

        It felt very empty to me.

      • James

        Following the comics is every one of these movies’ number one problems. STOP following the comics and what comic geek morons thing it should be, make something original with the characters, and yes, ground them more in reality. If that next superman movie really is batman fighting superman? It’s completely embarrassing writing.

      • Merlin235

        People who have been following these characters for year, people who supported the comics through the good and the bad, are invested in the storylines. There are a lot of really cool stories in the comics people would like to see realized on screen. I don’t see anything wrong with that. Without their support over the years these characters would have shriveled up and joined the dust heap decades ago before ever making it to film. I don’t think we should so casually discard them.

      • Person

        I think you’re right as far as ASM2 onwards – from what photos I’ve seen and tidbits I’ve read (I saw the initial teaser, but no trailers since), it looks like the realism aspect of things is more or less gone. And I’m not calling ASM1 super-realistic either (a walking Lizard tends to negate that, not to mention a plethora of other lunacies throughout the movie), but that was certainly one of the initial motivations behind rebooting in the first place.

        Now, that’s all gone. Spidey’s suit is sleek and shiny (one of the few things about the new series I’ll admit to liking quite a bit), and the color palette is more colorful and comic book-y. The aesthetic shift between ASM1 and ASM2 is so jarring that, if it weren’t for the actors, they almost wouldn’t even be part of a series. I’m sure they could find a somewhat realistic way of doing Mysterio, like you mentioned, but a guy with a fishbowl for a head can only be so realistic haha

        I will say that I am curious about this Sinister Six matchup, which is why I check into this story. The idea of a superhero Avengers for Spider-Man is too cool; they’ll probably mess it up.

      • unseen

        Um…I think you got it wrong. I haven’t heard anything about them
        making it more “realistic” because the character by nature–guy FROM SPACE gains super-human abilities because of RADIATION FROM OUR SUN–isn’t realistic.

      • http://mysite.verizon.net/vzepr1xp/index.html unsean

        Ummm…kind of said that already, but thanks for playing. And you haven’t followed the making of “Man of Steel” either, because “realistic” was a word bandied about a lot during production.

        Irritated me them, totally pissed me off after seeing the movie because there’s absolutely nothing realistic about these characters.

      • unseen

        That’s not what you said.

      • http://mysite.verizon.net/vzepr1xp/index.html unsean

        Sure it is. I try not to insult people unnecessarily, but it was only the entire point of my first post. Such thing can be missed, but that doesn’t change what I already said.

        Now your interpretative skills are another matter.…

      • unseen

        “Superman isn’t a realistic character. For them to have treated him in such a fashion–in my eyes–really shortchanged the audience.”

        How is it in any way realistic or portrayed realistically when the characters are a “guy bitten by radioactive spider [who] gains spider-like abilities” and a “guy FROM SPACE [who] gains super-human abilities because of RADIATION FROM OUR SUN”?

        What I’M saying to YOU is that your complaint about Man of Steel dealing with characters in too “realistic” a manner doesn’t make sense to me as he is such an unrealistic character, therefore the film is never close to “realism”. What so irked you about the “realistic depiction” of Superman in his most recent film? I don’t understand. He’s totally not realistic, in what “fashion” exactly did they “[treat] him” in Man of Steel? And how did this “shortchange the audience” in your opinion?

        [You try not to insult people unnecessarily but you carry the arrogance of a man who mocks the interpretative skills of another because he has misinterpreted both what they have said, and what they themselves originally typed.

        FYI!(LOL), saying things like, "kind of said that already, but thanks for playing" as well as "you haven't followed the making of [...] because “realistic” was a word BANDIED about a lot” makes you sound like a foaming dick. So cheers for that, thanks for playing, God bless, well done, you’re the man.]

  • Sameer Shahnewaz

    A comic book film completely consisting of villains, I’m in

    hope DC does something similar with secret society

  • bidi

    they have to have Kraven in the Sinister Six. i honestly don’t know how he hasn’t been in a Spider-Man movie yet. he was always one of my favorite Spidey villains growing up and i thought he was a pretty major member of Spidey’s rogues gallery

  • Strong Enough

    Drew Goddard will do this justice

  • ʝoe ßloggs

    I wish I could Shazam this entire reboot. :P

  • The Flobbit

    Wow. The greed…the greed and stupidity…

  • StarLord91

    amazing Spider-Man 2 still hasn’t released and they’re already discussing sinister 6, seems like this movie will suffer from iron man 2 syndrome (too much building for future movies)

  • jeff

    Seein it 4 times already its awesome.

  • MJ

    Yes, just like the last two “amazing” movies? :/ Face it Tiger, these Marc Webb movies are shit.

    • Merlin235

      Ah, I do miss Raimi’s affinity for the comics. You make me miss it.

      • FlareKnight

        Yeah, like the organic webshooters or the lack of attitude from Spider-Man…The first two Raimi movies were good, but they were hardly lined up with the comics.

  • Pk

    I wish they would replace rhino and doc ock with venom and carnage

  • Steven

    I was a huge hater of the film before it came out over here but after seeing it I must say I was completely wrong to doubt it.

    I thought it was brilliant and a massive improvement over the first film. The next movie is gonna be awesome.

  • Oliver Queen

    Was hoping for Green Goblin (leader), Rhino (muscle), Doc Ock (brains), Shocker (strategist), Electro (secret weapon) and Lizard (unstable member) as well as a story which turns them into a Suicide Squad type team by sending them on a mission to take down a bigger threat (Tombstone maybe). However i am glad they went with four new villains instead of reusing Electro and Lizard, can’t wait for Kraven finally!!!

  • Oliver Queen

    Was hoping for Green Goblin (leader), Rhino (muscle), Doc Ock (brains), Shocker (strategist), Electro (secret weapon) and Lizard (unstable member) as well as a story which turns them into a Suicide Squad type team by sending them on a mission to take down a bigger threat (Tombstone maybe). However i am glad they went with four new villains instead of reusing Electro and Lizard, can’t wait for Kraven finally!!!

  • Doug_101

    Seeing this tomorrow night, but from everything I’ve seen in the trailers, I don’t get what this need is to have all the villains spawn from Oscorp. It’s like they’re trying to turn Spider-Man into LOST or something and Oscorp is the Dharma Initiative. Either that or it’s a twisted Wayne Enterprises. “Well, all of Batman’s tech comes from Wayne Enterprises, so why shouldn’t Spider-Man’s villains – ALL of them – come from one source?” I thought the point of the Sinister Six was these six disparate villains decide that the only way to beat Spider-Man is for them to team up in a highly dysfuntional, but deadly group. Having one company be behind the whole thing kind of ruins the novelty of the whole thing.

    • Merlin235

      Interesting take. If that’s how it all plays out, I’ll be in agreement with you. I wouldn’t enjoy seeing a world where everything fantastic spawns from one company.

  • mattinacan

    this new Spider-man movie is a complete mess. Spider-man 2 with Tobey is still 50x better than anything i have seen since.

  • gp1086

    I would have preferred to wait for the movie to find this out.

  • George

    Having watched the movie, I think is more likely the “feline-like mask” is an allegory for Black Cat

  • BP

    Want to see Spider-Man’s OTHER origin story?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNqmrw4byFQ

  • milo

    So do they kill off Gwen Stacy in this one?

    • Johnson

      Yes and she is resurrected as Electra.

  • Andrew Butler

    Doc Oc’s arms look stupid and cartoony…but whatever…

  • Danny T

    My moneys on the last picture being Mysterio’s mask and I believe WE ALREADY MET Mysterio. He was the mysterious figure after the credits in the first one and he’s seen in the sequels trailer walking in front of Doc Oc’s tentacles and Vulture wings.

  • mattritchey

    I’m fifteen times more excited by the illustration at the top of this article than I am by the photos.

  • http://www.collider.com/ DNAsplitter

    Exciting as the possibilities of seeing Spider-Man tee off against the Sinister Six it just feels like the studio went about it in the wrong manner. Between their over saturated marketing for this film (reportedly almost $200M on that alone) and the short breathing time in between SP3 and TASP just was not enough time to give people some breathing room to have a set of fresh eyes for Spider Man. The only way it could have worked is had the rights reverted back to Marvel Studio and he was part of their phase 4 replacing Iron Man. At this point the RT score has been slowly ticking down w a guess of it landing around rotten territory by the time they all come in. Such a long way SM has fallen since SM2 came out 10 years ago.

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  • David Carli-Arnold

    *Spoilers for “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ Video Game*

    I’m pretty certain that the last image is The Chameleon. When you finish the story in the game, there is an after-credits scene (yeah, I know right). In the scene you see The Kingpin talking to someone who, at the end of the scene, he calls “The Chameleon”. You never actually fight him or anything throughout the game, so I can only assume he’ll be in the next one, and if he is I’m willing to bet he’ll be in the movie.

  • David Carli-Arnold

    *Spoilers for “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ Video Game*

    I’m pretty certain that the last image is The Chameleon. When you finish the story in the game, there is an after-credits scene (yeah, I know right). In the scene you see The Kingpin talking to someone who, at the end of the scene, he calls “The Chameleon”. You never actually fight him or anything throughout the game, so I can only assume he’ll be in the next one, and if he is I’m willing to bet he’ll be in the movie.

  • David Carli-Arnold

    *Spoilers for “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ Video Game*

    I’m pretty certain that the last image is The Chameleon. When you finish the story in the game, there is an after-credits scene (yeah, I know right). In the scene you see The Kingpin talking to someone who, at the end of the scene, he calls “The Chameleon”. You never actually fight him or anything throughout the game, so I can only assume he’ll be in the next one, and if he is I’m willing to bet he’ll be in the movie.

  • Davis

    And considering they did f**k all apart from kill George Stacey but that wasn’t really a big thing, it’s a passing mention in the new movie.

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