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Spider-Man To Join The Young Avengers, But Not The One You Think

Spider-Man 3 is rumored to bring in a lot of other characters besides Peter Parker, Max Dillon and Doctor Strange. It has been suggested that we will see two other Spider-Men hop in from the Multiverse as both Tobey Maguire & Andrew Garfield are rumored to in talks. Well, they may or may not appear in the film, but the one future Spider-Man that has more chances to appear is Miles Morales.

Jeremy Conrad from MCU Cosmic recently stated that he has a source confirming of Miles Morales’ casting in the MCU. Soon after that, an audition tape of Miles made its way to the internet, but it was taken down by Marvel. So, that in itself hints at the fact that we will soon be seeing Miles in a live action MCU movie. He already has an animated franchise of his own. Besides that, there’s a new Spider-Man Miles Morales game coming with the launch of PS5. So, it isn’t hard to believe that Sony would want a live action franchise for Miles as well.

Spider-Man To Join The Young Avengers

But, we’ve got a new rumor suggesting that Miles will actually be joining a new team of characters. Both Warren from The Cosmic Wonder, and Mikey Sutton of Geekosity are suggesting that Miles will become a part of the Young Avengers in the MCU. Now remember that Mikey Sutton is the one who initially broke out the story that Spider-Man will join the MCU in Captain America: Civil War. After that, he also got a bunch of other scoops right.

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Now, here’s what he has written on his own website:

“Given that there will be two Spider-Mans, that’s enough for two Avengers.

Although the Young Avengers Disney+ TV series hasn’t been officially announced yet, it has been hiding in plain sight for over a year now. There was some speculation that, given his age, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man would transfer to them. Not the case. Holland is with the major-league team. As I leaked in my recent Miles Morales report, Sony and Disney are planning on a cinematic franchise for him, one that will include guest appearances from MCU stars. And those will be characters closer to his age.

Spider-Man To Join The Young Avengers

As I asked our good friends The Cosmic Wonder YouTube channel to drop exclusively this morning, Morales will meet and be recruited by the Young Avengers. Discussions are for him to join the Young Avengers and be the Spider-Man in their theatrical film when they make the leap from Disney+ to the cinemas. Most likely, too, those members will be selected to appear in his solo movies.”

Well, we’ve got to take this rumor as a grain of salt. But it would totally make sense for Miles to be a part of the Young Avengers. Peter Parker is already a part of the main Avengers team and he’d soon be approaching his college days. Miles on the other hand will come in as a teenager who would be about the same age that Peter was when he made his MCU debut (15). So, he’d fit quite well in the Young Avengers, and that series will get a big boost with him. In fact, the Young Avengers series and the solo Miles Morales could actually work in tandem, making each story better by their presence. This way, the Miles franchise will also turn out to be different from the animated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse movies.

Spider-Man To Join The Young Avengers

Almost every Phase 4 project is bringing in a potential member of the Young Avengers. Wiccan, Speed & Hulkling are rumored for WandaVision. Eli Bradley is rumored for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Loki will have Kid Loki(s). Hawkeye will bring in Kate Bishop. Doctor Strange 2 will introduce is America Chavez, and Ant-Man and the Wasp 3 will bring Cassie Lang into the scene. So, it would make sense for Spider-Man 3 to introduce Miles into the MCU. We’ve known of his existence in the MCU since Spider-Man: Homecoming. So, the next year would be the perfect time to bring him in. Let’s see how things turn out.

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