MCU Spider-Man Movie Wishlist: 5 Things We Want To See

Can Marvel get it right where Sony failed?

Anyone who hasn€™t been living under a rock for the past six months knows that Marvel and Sony have compromised and reached an agreement on the shared use of Spider-Man on screen. Even though this is really old news (and he€™ll have a role in next year€™s Civil War), Spidey€™s solo film is two years away, but if Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice has shown us anything it€™s that it€™s never too early to start talking about an upcoming superhero movie. This is an opportunity to bring a really refined version of the character to the screen. The Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire films were great, but Spidey barely told any jokes and became too much of a jazz fan in the end. The Marc Webb movies nailed the love story of Peter and Gwen, but almost every other element was shaky. Here are five things we believe will make this next attempt better than what€™s come before.

Trevor Gentry-Birnbaum spends most of his time sitting around and thinking about things that don't matter.