A lot of the movies in the new ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ reboot series have a strong presence in the comic books, and while some are not as big as Marvel’s Marvel Cinematic Universe, they still have a great deal of clout in a comic book movie marketplace.
There are two notable exceptions to this rule.
The first is the Marvel Cinematically Unrelated Spider-Verse reboot, which stars Dane DeHaan as the lead.
The movie has been a hit, with the box office taking in over $1 billion domestically, and it was one of the biggest box office hits of the summer.
DeHaaan has done some amazing things as a lead actor, including playing a character on “The Bachelor” and being a part of “American Horror Story: Asylum” in the future.
DeHaan is the kind of actor who would be a perfect fit for the role of Dr. Andrew Garfield, the scientist who discovers the symbiote and then the original Spidey.
Garfield has always been a great actor, and there’s a great story arc to his origin story in “The Amazing” that’s not in the comics.
The Spider-Paradise, a sequel to “The Incredible” that would take place before the first film, would have been a perfect opportunity for Garfield to have a real big-screen role.
The idea of Garfield in the first “Spider-Parade” would be fun to revisit, and DeHaans ability to play such a pivotal role in this movie would be an ideal fit.
The second example is the Spider-Island spinoff series, which is currently being developed by “Spider” creator Dan Slott.
While the movie would have a bigger budget, it would be much more accessible to the general public, and the series would have more character development.
While there are plenty of movies that have been made for the series, and some have had success, I don’t think the show will be as big a hit as “The Great Gatsby,” “The Princess Bride,” “Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” or “The Wizard of Oz.”
The idea that there’s more than one Spider-Slide is appealing, but the franchise could go through several iterations before it becomes a reality.
This is a big opportunity for DeHaas acting chops.
He’s an accomplished actor with a strong comedic chops, and his work in “Wonder Woman” is an excellent example of that.
He would be able to bring a very funny, unique, and different take on a character who is so iconic in the world of comic book movies.
DeMaas versatility would make it easier for him to fill in the shoes of a supporting character.
De Haans performance would also lend a strong foundation to the character.
It would be great if DeHaanas role were to be expanded upon, and if his character was to be introduced in the upcoming Spider-Con event.
It would be good to see DeHaanias character developed further, especially in the coming years.
It is hard to imagine this being done if Dehaans Spider-man is to stay as a mainstay in the MCU.
It is a tough decision to make, but DeHa is a great addition to the franchise.
He brings a lot of charm to the series.