Huge SPIDER-MAN News: Alex Kurtzman Directing VENOM Spinoff Movie and Drew Goddard Writing and Possibly Directing THE SINISTER SIX

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If you’re a Spider-Man fan, Sony Pictures is about to make your day.  That’s because the studio sent out a late night press release loaded with future plans for the Spider-Man movie universe.  Here are the highlights:

  • Sony, in association with Marvel, are developing several new projects in the Spider-Man franchise, with Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Jeff Pinkner, Ed Solomon, and Drew Goddard to collaborate on overseeing the developing story over several films that will be produced by Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach.  The five writers, along with the two producers and Marc Webb, have formed a franchise brain trust to expand the universe for the brand and to develop a continuous tone and thread throughout the films.
  • Kurtzman, Orci, and Pinkner are writing the screenplay for The Amazing Spider-Man 3, which the studio hopes Webb will return to direct; the film will go into production next fall for release on June 10, 2016.
  • Kurtzman, Orci and Solomon are writing the screenplay for a Venom movie, which Kurtzman will direct.
  • Drew Goddard will write, with an eye to direct, The Sinister Six, focusing on the villains in the franchise.

With the comic book genre making more money than ever at the box office, it’s no surprise Sony is pushing forward with more sequels and spinoffs.  We’ll have a lot more on this tomorrow, but until then, hit the jump for the press release.

[Update: For more on this story, click here for Matt's take on how Sony plans to compete with Disney/Marvel, Warner Bros/DC Comics, and 20th Century Fox (X-Men and Fantastic Four)]

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CULVER CITY, Calif., December 12, 2013 – In a move to forge a new legacy in the story of Peter Parker on screen, Sony Pictures Entertainment, in association with Marvel Entertainment, is developing several new projects in the Spider-Man franchise, with Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Jeff Pinkner, Ed Solomon, and Drew Goddard to collaborate on overseeing the developing story over several films that will be produced by Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach, it was announced today by Doug Belgrad,president of Columbia Pictures, and Hannah Minghella, president of Production for the studio.

The five writers, along with the two producers and Marc Webb, have formed a franchise brain trust to expand the universe for the brand and to develop a continuous tone and thread throughout the films. Under the deals, the studio announced that Kurtzman & Orci & Pinkner are writing the screenplay for The Amazing Spider-Man 3, which the studio hopes Webb will return to direct; the film will go into production next fall for release on June 10, 2016. In addition, the team will build on the cinematic foundation laid by Webb, Arad, and Tolmach in the first two movies. They will expand the franchise as Kurtzman & Orci & Solomon will write the screenplay for Venom, which Kurtzman will direct; also, Goddard will write, with an eye to direct, The Sinister Six, focusing on the villains in the franchise. Hannah Minghella and Rachel O’Connor will oversee the development and production of these films for the studio.

In tapping these five writers, the studio and the producers are guiding the future of the franchise with the writer/producers who have each played significant and key roles in developing such highly successful franchises, films, and series as Star Trek, Transformers, “Alias,” “Fringe,” Men in Black, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, World War Z, “Lost,” Cloverfield, The Cabin in the Woods, and Marvel’s upcoming “Daredevil” series.

spider-man-sinister-sixCommenting on the announcement, Belgrad said, “The Spider-Man film franchise is one of our studio’s greatest assets. We are thrilled with the creative team we have assembled to delve more deeply into the world that Marc, Avi and Matt have begun to explore in The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2. We believe that Marc, Alex, and Drew have uniquely exciting visions for how to expand the Spider-Man universe in each of these upcoming films.” Arad and Tolmach added, “This collaboration was born out of the great experience we and Marc had working with Alex, Bob, and Jeff on The Amazing Spider-Man 2. With more than fifty years’ wealth of stories in the comic books to draw upon for inspiration, the Spider-Man universe is truly boundless; in addition, the Spider-Man comics have the greatest rogues gallery of any series, and to have the chance to explore that on film is truly thrilling. Until now, we have approached each film as a separate, self-contained entity, but with this move, we have the opportunity to grow the franchise by looking to the future as we develop a continuous arc for the story. That is what Alex, Bob, Jeff, Ed, and Drew will do in this unprecedented collaboration, and we’re excited about the directions they are taking the character and the world.”

For more on this story, click here for Matt’s take on how Sony plans to compete with Disney/Marvel, Warner Bros/DC Comics, and 20th Century Fox (X-Men and Fantastic Four).




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  • George

    Whatever happened to Josh Trank directing the Venom movie? That’d be a much better choice than Kurtzman

    • axalon

      Speaking of, what the hell is taking Fantastic Four so long? They still haven’t even announced the cast.

  • George

    Hopefully they sign Garfield for TASM4: Sinister Six, cuz it’d be weird to just focus on the villains without a hero for them to fight against.

    • LEM

      I’m assuming the Sinister Six will be the main focus of the next movie and not have their own movie.

      • Sweet Pea

        Maybe you should read before assuming in future my man, allow me to highlight where you should have perused:
        Under the deals, the studio announced that Kurtzman & Orci & Pinkner are writing the screenplay for The Amazing Spider-Man 3, which the studio hopes Webb will return to direct; the film will go into production next fall for release on June 10, 2016. IN ADDITION, the team will build on the cinematic foundation laid by Webb, Arad, and Tolmach in the first two movies. They will expand the franchise as Kurtzman & Orci & Solomon will write the screenplay for Venom, which Kurtzman will direct; also, Goddard will write, with an eye to direct, The Sinister Six, focusing on the villains in the franchise.

      • LEM

        I’d rather comment blindly but thanks for the feedback “my man” .

  • cb

    Wait, wait . . . So they’re going to do a venom & Sinister 6 movie, but keep the Spiderman franchise separate? Is Spiderman even going to be IN either of those movies? Damn . . . . i wouldn’t mind Fox giving us a whole series on Xmen villains without any Xmen, but i don’t think i want to see Spidey villains without spidey.

  • Kota Lancaster

    Didn’t they just sign Goddard to write and be the show runner for Daredevil? I’m a huge Marvel fan, have been all my life, but even now I feel that things. Are. Getting. Out. Of. Control.

    • Jason Richards

      Sony signed Goddard to do a sinister six movie. Marvel signed him to be a showrunner for Daredevil, which is not really that impossible to think he can do both if given enough time.

      • ska7triumph

        But no one saw this as a conflict of interest issue? Aren’t these studios competing for audience’s time and money?

      • Christopher Harper

        Conflict of interest? He just doesn’t have any exclusive contracts. He probably just leaped on the two jobs he wanted (he’s a massive Daredevil fan, and presumably likes Spidey too). Goddard will do his jobs by making the show and movies as good as he possibly can, without worrying about silly studio politics. Either that, or it’s a sign that Marvel and Sony are becoming friendly enough to start merging universes (which is highly unlikely, but if any two studios are going to set aside their differences it’s Sony and Disney as they came close before).

      • ska7triumph

        But no one saw this as a conflict of interest issue? Aren’t these studios competing for audience’s time and money?

  • Ed

    Well, I’m going to go ahead and call it.

    Original Movies 1894 – 2013.

    You had a good run, originality, but you’re not a reboot, franchise or adaptation, so sayanara.

    • Random Bystander

      I’d say it’s closer to Original Movies 1894-2006.

      • The Flobbit

        District 9, Gravity, Upstream Color, and Inception have something to say about that…

      • axalon

        That’s, what, one ‘original’ movie per year for every 20-30 reboot, franchise or adaptation movies that come out?

      • The Flobbit

        Look around you; there are dozens of original movies. You just have to look. Beasts of the Southern Wild, Short Term 12, Frances Ha, Elysium, Pacific Rim, Shame, Out of the Furnace, The Heat, Prisoners, and everything Terrence Malick, Spike Jonze, The Wachowski’s, and Wes Anderson have ever done…and that’s 2 minutes thinking.

        Broaden your horizons. I haven’t even scratched the surface of England, Ireland, Sweden, France, Korea, Japan, and China.

      • axalon

        I never once said there weren’t original movies in my post. I said that the ratio of original movies to reboots, franchises and adaptations is pretty wide.

      • The Flobbit

        Look around you; there are dozens of original movies. You just have to look. Beasts of the Southern Wild, Short Term 12, Frances Ha, Elysium, Pacific Rim, Shame, Out of the Furnace, The Heat, Prisoners, and everything Terrence Malick, Spike Jonze, The Wachowski’s, and Wes Anderson have ever done…and that’s 2 minutes thinking.

        Broaden your horizons. I haven’t even scratched the surface of England, Ireland, Sweden, France, Korea, Japan, and China.

      • JBug

        Exceptions proving the rule.

      • HeSaidSheSaidReviewSite

        Interesting. I hated Incept, D9, and Gravity. So much for originality.

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

        Just because you don’t like something doesn’t mean that it isn’t original or not.

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

        Just because you don’t like something doesn’t mean that it isn’t original or not.

      • HeSaidSheSaidReviewSite

        Interesting. I hated Incept, D9, and Gravity. So much for originality.

    • diles1

      Original films are only marginally more scarce today than they were in the past. In the past, films were frequently adapted from plays and novels. A casual glance at the Top 10 box office films of a given decade will likely show the high frequency of adaptations. The real difference today is the prevalence of franchise fare, almost entirely due to the increase in budgets that imposes higher risks on studios, who now need more reliable brands than film stars. So I’d suggest.

      • GrimReaper07

        Not marginally, its significantly more scarce that in used to be. Nowadays it’s very uncommon for a movie to come out that’s not a sequel to a franchise that’s already proven itself or a movie that wants to become a franchise. Only a few auteurs and independent filmmakers care about doing original things.

      • enderandrew

        You do realize that Hollywood releases something like 400 movies a year, right? Of those, maybe 20 movies are sequels in a given year. The vast majority of movies released in a given year are original. But the big tent pole movies tend to be sequels and adaptations. Known properties with existing fan bases are more likely to make the big bucks.

      • axalon

        Right on the money. It’s right up there with people saying “they don’t make music like they used to!”. Actually they do, there’s just so much more saturation today than there was 20 or 30 years ago.

    • MovieB

      I’m guessing you haven’t been to a theatre this fall? That is a ridiculous statement. I get you’re trying to be clever but after this fall season that’s just a foolish statement. American Hustle, Wolf of Wall St and a couple more still to go. Less time whining more time at the movies.

    • axalon

      How can you possibly blame the studios for this? We keep paying money to see these movies so of course they’re going to continue to make them.

    • Greyson

      Original movies will move to premium cable… They aren’t going anywhere…

      Premium cable shows are getting better and better :)

    • Jason Reichow

      Yes, I totally agree with you. Gone are the days of totally original classics like 2001: A Space Odyssey, Ben Hur, The Magnificent Seven, Gone with the Wind, Star Wars, Jaws, The Godfather, Apocalypse Now, and so many other original movies that are totally not reboots, franchises, or especially adaptations!

      • IMPYEMU

        These are classic films that aren’t original, for anyone who didn’t know.

      • GrimReaper07

        Lol, most of these movies aren’t original.

      • Jason Reichow

        exactly the point I was trying to make…

      • GrimReaper07

        Woops

      • GrimReaper07

        Lol, most of these movies aren’t original.

      • Christopher Harper

        Dude, you rock.

    • Scooby

      Sorry, I would have to say Original Movies 1894-1930. Everything generation has a bullshit franchise that’s popular and makes a ton of money. Movies are what they are. Now, there’s just more of them. That’s about the only difference.

      • Christopher Harper

        Excellent point. People forget that not only was Wizard of Oz an adaptation, it was the 3rd one that story had received. The studio system is all about big stuff that gets the money so that smaller stuff can be carried or make a surprising amount of money. That’s why it works. Big films have to sell, so yeah, sequels, remakes, reboots, and so on happen a lot. Luckily I like the sound of most of these so I’m cool with it.

  • bork1138

    so somehow alex kurtzman has managed to worm up the industry? no idea how he managed it after proving to be a terrible writer: transformers 1&2, cowboys and aliens and the legend of zorro. but hey thats how promotions work in the world, do subpar, get promoted.

    • axalon

      I think we, the audience, also have to take the blame here. We collectively gave the studios huge amounts of money for Transformers 1 & 2 as well as the Star Trek films. The grosses of which greatly outweigh the losses that Cowboys and Aliens and Legend of Zorro incurred.

      By the numbers Kurtzman is a “success”, which is why he keeps getting more and more work.

      • bork1138

        While I’ve never seen any of those films in the cinema I do partly agree, but doesn’t make it right. It’s mainly down to fact all high grossing properties Kurtzman has written for are either reboots or taken from established brands. Whether it was written by dumbo or Kurtzman has little baring on it’s successes.

      • axalon

        “but doesn’t make it right.”

        I wish we lived in a world where what was “right” triumphed.

        “Whether it was written by dumbo or Kurtzman has little baring on it’s successes.”

        You’re right, but unfortunately in this case his name was attached to those movies and in turn he gets more opportunities.

    • axalon

      I think we, the audience, also have to take the blame here. We collectively gave the studios huge amounts of money for Transformers 1 & 2 as well as the Star Trek films. The grosses of which greatly outweigh the losses that Cowboys and Aliens and Legend of Zorro incurred.

      By the numbers Kurtzman is a “success”, which is why he keeps getting more and more work.

  • bork1138

    so somehow alex kurtzman has managed to worm up the industry? no idea how he managed it after proving to be a terrible writer: transformers 1&2, cowboys and aliens and the legend of zorro. but hey thats how promotions work in the world, do subpar, get promoted.

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  • Andrew Hegele

    So Godard is working with Marvel Studios AND Marvel properties at Sony… like… at the same time? Wow.

    If only I thought The Amazing Spider-Man was a solid foundation to lay groundwork for a larger universe… Same problem I have with Man of Steel to be honest.

  • Andrew Hegele

    So Godard is working with Marvel Studios AND Marvel properties at Sony… like… at the same time? Wow.

    If only I thought The Amazing Spider-Man was a solid foundation to lay groundwork for a larger universe… Same problem I have with Man of Steel to be honest.

    • Thomas K.

      Completely agree.
      Dude, let’s get together and write new Marvel and DC universes to produce in 15-20 years when everything (except for Avengers) fails.
      You down? hahahaha.

  • Blitz

    How can they make a sinister six movie without spiderman in it ? Kinda defeats the purpose if you ask me . Very excited for the Venom movie but Kurtzman just isn’t the guy for it.

  • Blitz

    How can they make a sinister six movie without spiderman in it ? Kinda defeats the purpose if you ask me . Very excited for the Venom movie but Kurtzman just isn’t the guy for it.

    • Christopher Harper

      There’s a comic series to that effect happening right now, though it’s comedic and made from all the villains who have been classified as “lame” over the years.

  • ʝoe ßloggs

    -BOOM!-
    Shit just got real bub.
    Not that any of these writers are any good.

    • Thomas K.

      Whoa whoa whoa.
      Goddard is fucking amazing,

      Outside of that… mehh…

      • ʝoe ßloggs

        You’re right.
        Was too quick to generalize.
        My bad. :P

  • WeNeedSomethingNew

    Meh, this is shit. I dont like what they did with star trek or transformers…
    I think we need some fresh takes on these movies and we are not getting it…

    No more Bay on transformers…..

    No JJ on star wars….and dont do star wars post JEDI…the story ENDS with jedi…
    do something in between the prequels and the later trilogy so you can have Darth vader’and Boba fett and the empire and the rebellion…..but no lets re tell shit we dont need with OLD orignal cast which will just be sad to see.

    fuck that.

    and fuck this.

    get some new fresh writer directers who will bring some thing new to these series of comics and tv shows. etc etc bla bla bla

    the Khan shit in star trek was SHIT. I like that movie for the actors and JJ’s humor. but otherwise it is bad cliches and blatant pandering to what they think is wanted.

    fuck off.

    we need a transformers movies that is not a fucking car commercial ..,.,but a science fiction saga.

    we need a Venom movie that is written by a passionate creative original fan ….not alex kutzmen

    • celxx

      You clearly have no idea on how the movie industry works.

  • LEM

    Does that mean Venom is in the next movie? They also need a crossover hero because Spiderman is going to need help.

    • Greyson

      I’m guessing Black Cat and Venom will be anti-heroes of sorts… because ya know… you’re right.

  • https://www.youtube.com/user/blueborg17 beetleborg33

    Why god why are they trying so hard to build spider-mab a film series with all these unneccessary spin offs

  • GrimReaper07

    This all sounds terrible. Not interested at all in seeing a film about Spiderman’s villains without Spiderman. I’m barely going to see Amazing Spider Man 2 as it is. I hate how every franchise is turning into this huge expansive universe that needs to have at least 3-4 movies that set up one bigger movie.

  • Greyson

    Awesome! My favorite rogues galleries (never used that plural) have been xmen, batman and spiderman…. I’m not saying they will be great, but I couldn’t be more excited that they are trying :)

    • The Flobbit

      Batman has the best Rogue’s Gallery and everybody knows that. Comic book experts give that reason for his popularity as the greatest superhero on earth (let’s face it, Superman hasn’t been in top shape for some time now, has he?).

      • JBug

        I think Spiderman’s is better. Obviously, the Joker is top tier, but I think Spiderman’s villains have the best combination of color and super powers. IMO, Batman villains lack interesting powers. They primarily different types of pysco’s and not much else, to me.

      • The Flobbit

        Batman’s villains are far more compelling, while Spider-Man’s are more interesting. But honestly, you cannot beat the Joker and he counts for everyone else put together. Added to Hush, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, Penguin, Bane, Catwoman, Riddler, Two Face, R’as Al Ghul…I think you have a compelling bunch indeed.

        But I do have a huge place in my heart for the original, Stan Lee Sinister 6. Can’t beat em…

      • The Flobbit

        Batman’s villains are far more compelling, while Spider-Man’s are more interesting. But honestly, you cannot beat the Joker and he counts for everyone else put together. Added to Hush, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, Penguin, Bane, Catwoman, Riddler, Two Face, R’as Al Ghul…I think you have a compelling bunch indeed.

        But I do have a huge place in my heart for the original, Stan Lee Sinister 6. Can’t beat em…

  • Greyson

    I’m guessing Black Cat and Venom will be anti-heroes of sorts… because ya know… there are apparently 300 villains in the upcoming series.

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  • The Flobbit

    Now that just sounds strange. A superhero movie without a superhero? How do they expect audiences to empathize with the protagonists, and, will they tone down the evil for the target audience (let’s face it, everybody ignores the PG-13 ratings they give Marvel movies – a majority of the revenue generated is from kids…)?

    • Thomas K.

      I have a feeling… and this is just a feeling, That Sinister Six is going to be “replacing” Amazing SpiderMan 4.
      Hiring somebody like Goddard is to convince Garfield to come back.

      Again, this is just my crazy self thinking this, I have nothing to back this up.

      But the Venom film, I do think He should get his own film. Only thing is, How the hell are they going to have that play out? Like did SpiderMan go on a vacation? or are we going to get SpiderGirl(I hope not)? or are we supposed to believe Black Cat will be a even one on one with Venom? is Carnage(YES PLEASE!) coming in?

      This is just very confusing, Sony has got WAY to high ambitions for this series, and they probably threw WAY more money at these 5 writers then they’ve ever been offered before to try and do this(and these are all very high cost writers).

      It’s just hard for me to believe this was more from a creative standpoint and less of a business one though.

      I REALLY hope I’m wrong on this.

      Outside of Batman, SpiderMan is the next best rogues gallery, I really hope they don’t ruin it.
      (Apologies for the Rant)

    • JBug

      Maybe it’ll be a terrorist movie, where the terrorists are spiderman villains and the good guys are cops or citizens. Sounds original, but not very promising.

      • The Flobbit

        That will be really hard to pull off…

  • mattinacan

    oh what a bummer, Goddard is the only one with any talent in the bunch. It’s tragic that Kurtzman and Orci get to continue ruining movie franchised.

  • Kevin

    I’d like to see Chris Pine as Flash Thompson/Venom.

    • eternalozzie

      Chris Zylka has been playing Flash already in this series and Venom has nothing to do with Flash Thompson … Eddie Brock is Venom.

      • Kevin

        Actually, in the most recent Venom series, Flash Thompson is Venom. He is an Iraq war hero who lost his legs saving his commander. Then the military hired him to fight crime using the symbiote as Agent Venom.

        And they could just recast Flash.

    • eternalozzie

      Chris Zylka has been playing Flash already in this series and Venom has nothing to do with Flash Thompson … Eddie Brock is Venom.

  • Milo

    So will Spiderman appear in those two or not? And if not, who will be the “hero” fighting those villains?

  • Random Dan

    Wait, so these clowns aren’t content with ruining just one franchise? They have to destroy another??

    Jesus, can we get a boycott or a petition together guys? Kurtzman and Orci might very well the worst writing duo of all time and the fact that they have such an influence on beloved properties like Star Trek and now Spider-Man is ridiculous. These guys should be writing and directing late-night commercials for personal injury attorneys, not tentpole films.

    • ska7triumph

      Yeah I’m feeling the same way. O & K are just riding the wave given to them, from ASM 2 to this expansion. That doesn’t bode well to me. And how Goodard gets to work on Sinister Six AND Daredevil via Disney-Netflix is a big WTF.

    • ska7triumph

      Yeah I’m feeling the same way. O & K are just riding the wave given to them, from ASM 2 to this expansion. That doesn’t bode well to me. And how Goodard gets to work on Sinister Six AND Daredevil via Disney-Netflix is a big WTF.

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  • Ridge

    This is great news but looks like people already hates this plans, wtf is wrong with everybody? This will be the first Venom movie! and the S6 will have a movie just for them! at least, you should wait to watch a trailer of this movies to start throwing sh!t. To me, this expantion sounds very interesting even that I didn’t liked TASM, I want to watch them. Every movie is different from others, good or bad, so I’ll be the opening night at the cinema to watch them all, then I will talk good or bad about them

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  • Clay

    “The Spider-Man comics have the greatest rogues gallery of any series.” No. There’s Batman’s rogues, and nothing else is even close.

    • eternalozzie

      You’re joking right? As a former reader of both Spiderman and Batman (1988-2005) they both have great “rogue galleries” …

      • Clay

        I’ll give you Spider-Man as the next best :)

    • eternalozzie

      You’re joking right? As a former reader of both Spiderman and Batman (1988-2005) they both have great “rogue galleries” …

  • Clay

    “The Spider-Man comics have the greatest rogues gallery of any series.” No. There’s Batman’s rogues, and nothing else is even close.

  • eternalozzie

    the only thing worse that watching movie geeks OR comic geeks argue is watching comic movie geeks go at it … chill out people … none of this is important.

  • eternalozzie

    the only thing worse that watching movie geeks OR comic geeks argue is watching comic movie geeks go at it … chill out people … none of this is important.

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