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Here's a quick rundown of the changes so far. Spider-Man In Sam Raimi's Spider-Man, the web shooters are organic mutations that were a result of the genetically engineered spider bite. In Amazing Spider-Man, they stuck to the comic book roots and had Peter invent mechanical web shooters that use a formula partly developed by his father. Peter's Past ...


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The simple answer, believe it or not, is that Sony owns Spider-Man, and Disney owns The Avengers. Avi Arad, founder of Marvel Studios, has said a number of times that the only way he'd lend Spider-Man to Disney is if Spider-Man runs out of story lines. And that's not likely to happen. He's got Venom, he's got The Sinister Six, he's got Carnage... Too ...


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Sony owns the rights to Spider-Man (and Venom), 20th Century Fox has Fantastic Four, Silver Surfer, Deadpool, the X-Men (including Wolverine) and Cable. Marvel Studios (now owned by Disney) owns the rights to all other Marvel Characters. Something to keep in mind is this only applies to the film rights. The reason the rights are spread all over the place is ...


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The rights to The Avengers belong to Walt Disney Co, however, the Spider-Man movies are made by Sony Corp, and they have no intention of selling the rights back to Marvel/Disney. But, How Spider-Man Was Almost In 'The Avengers' ... Sort Of ... Marvel Studios and Sony [had a] discussion about inserting Oscorp into The Avengers skyline. The Unified ...


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I am pretty sure the scene of him looking weak and skinny was CG... they didn't film him skinny then have him bulk up, they just used CG/airbrush to make him look that way



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