Who is playing Spider-Man?
What is Spider-man?
Who is playing Peter Parker?
Is Spider-men going away?
The answer is no, because the iconic hero isn’t in the movie, according to Warner Bros. The answer to that question is yes, because Warner Bros.’ decision to pull the plug on the Spider-Men movie was made on Tuesday, November 6, 2016.
In fact, this was the first time that Warner Bros., the studio behind Spider-Verse and the Spider Man films, had officially announced that the franchise was going away.
“Spider-Men: Homecoming” has already earned more than $200 million at the global box office and is currently the second highest grossing Spider-Movie ever, after the $8.3 billion “The Amazing Spider-Ham” that debuted in 2005.
“There was no real decision made,” said a Warner Bros spokesperson, who did not provide additional information.
The company said that it would be making a number of announcements about the “Spider-Man” universe, including the “Homecoming” spinoff film, the “New Spider-Island” film, and the “Peter Parker/Spider-Gwen” spin-off movie.
In a statement released to Variety on Wednesday, the company said it would not make any further comments about the decision.
In response to the announcement, Warner Bros and Marvel Comics posted a statement on Twitter saying, “We appreciate Warner Bros’ decision to discontinue the Spider Men franchise.
We remain committed to our Spider-family of heroes and fans and look forward to bringing Spider-Monsters to life in the movies and other forms of media.”
The “Spider Man” spinoffs, “Home” and “Spider Monsters” are not officially announced yet, but a release date has not been announced.
According to the statement, the studios were “evaluating their creative options” and decided to pull Spider-monsters from production.
The Spider-Mons’ homecoming, however, was not the end of the road for Warner Bros.-Marvel Comics.
“Spiderman: Home Coming” was originally slated to premiere in 2019, but Marvel decided to move ahead with the spinoff and released “Spiderland” in 2018, which stars Ben Affleck as Peter Parker.
The studio is now focusing on the other “SpiderMen” spin off films, including a “Spider Men 2” that will see Ben Affellons Peter Parker/The Green Goblin and Spider-Gigas.