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According to Variety's article, Spiderman Returns to Marvel; New Movie Coming in 2017: who has creative control, distribution rights Sony will continue to distribute, finance, own and have final creative control of the Spider-Man pics. how can each party use the character They’ll work with Marvel, owned by Disney, on how to weave Spider-Man’s ...


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It isn't neccesary... it's symbolic. Spiderman has had his webslingers destroyed by Connors, so he only has his adhesive abilities. In one hand he is holding the antidote, so he can't let go of that. When the tower collapses, he is thrown violently downwards towards the building. The only way he could survive the trauma of impact is to roll, and the ...


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Well, according to this page on The Amazing Spider Man Wikia, and Entertainment Weekly, this is Gustav Fiers, AKA The Gentleman, a sinister figure with ties to Oscorp and the Sinister Six. From EW (about a scene in the 2nd movie): The final moments also feature a scene with Harry, now in his own cell in Ravencroft, taking a call from The Gentleman ...


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This is explained in the second film - Peter's father altered the Spider's DNA with his own, meaning only Peter could have gained the benefits from it. This was the ensurance that after Peter's father's death (which his father expected would happen) the power would stay safe and die with him. Here is the direct quote from the script: Richard Parker: It ...



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