Venom was simply a clear gamble by Sony Pictures and you have to accept that the gamble paid off after movie dismantled the box-office records for October with collecting a sum of nearly $80 million and an incredible amount of $205 million worldwide. So, after the grand success of Venom at the box-office despite getting a lot of bad reviews from the critics, there are fans who missed the appearance of Spider-Man in the movie as we all did miss Venom previously in a Spider-Man movie. The hopes were high but got banished after the release of the movie but fans have some serious thing in front of them to get excited for as there are reports that we are going to see Spider-Man in Sony’s untitled film based on ‘Kraven the Hunter’.
It’s the famous ‘Discussing Film’ who posted the details of the interview they had with the Richard Wenk who is the screenwriter of Kraven ‘The Hunter’ movie. The Screenwriter suggested clearly that the fans will see the much-awaited face-off between Spider-Man and Kraven. He has revealed that the concept is going to be based upon Kraven’s Last Hunt, with efforts of writing a meaningful and interesting story in order to make a path for Spider-Man. He said:
It’s an interesting world, a great character… it’s in the Spider-Man universe. I’m going to adhere very closely to the lore of Kraven the Hunter, and he’s going to come face-to-face with Spider-Man. I think that where we’re all circling is that this is Kraven’s Last Hunt, and whether this is the precursor to that movie, whether it will include it, we’re talking about those things. And even the idea that maybe Kraven could be like Kill Bill, basically a two-part movie. It’s all in the mix.
Spider-Man and Comic book fans are in complete state of happiness and madness as they’ve been waiting for this crossover since a very long time and after hearing these comment the fans are in absolute joy as it suggests that we can see our beloved Spidey in front of that famous hunter of the Spider-Man world.
The writer has also revealed that he’s in the initial stage of the writing where he will explore every possible dimension around Kraven’s world in order to make the movie a successful one but has also suggested that he’s keeping his sharp eyes on the prospect of adapting he story of Kraven’s Last Hunt and is also the one which is going to showcase the relationship Kraven and Spider-Man have.
With Venom’s great success at the box-office and certain hints from the director of the movie, Ruben Fleischer about possible incoming of Spider-Man with Venom in a single frame is clearly an inescapable thing. There are possibilities that maybe Sony will create their own Spider-Man for this franchise and we can have two Spider-Men on the big screens at the same time. So, a lot of things are in there with this movie and the only thing which is concrete right now is that the writer of Kraven’s movie is seriously planning to introduce Spider-Man and for fans its dream news.
Kraven isn’t a normal villain of Spider-Man’s universe as he’s very historic and also very popular among the readers and die-hard fans of the Comic book. The villain is best known for his famous arc named as Last Hunt, in which we see that he’s traveling to New York in order to hunt and kill his arch-enemy Spider-Man.
The villain went into a kind of very brutal mode and is going to spice-up things on the big screens and hopes are really high after the inclusion of his name in the list of movies which are going to come on the big screen and featuring the villains of Spiderverse.
There are big hopes regarding this Kraven movie by Sony Pictures as the writer they’ve with them has written some of the biggest blockbusters of recent years and some of the names from that lot are incredible as we read names like The Equalizer 2, The Expendables 2, The Girl Next Door, Wishcraft, The Magnificent Seven, and many others.
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