Alistair Smythe Gets Promoted In The Latest AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 Daily Bugle Article

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daily bugle banneriJust last week The Amazing Spider-Man 2 director Marc Webb confirmed that B.J. Novak (The Office) would be playing Alistair Smythe in the upcoming sequel. Smythe is better known to comic and cartoon fans as the Spider-Slayer. While it doesn’t appear that Novak will be gearing up to play the villain in the foreseeable future, his role and character has been teased in the latest edition of The Daily Bugle. Smythe was name dropped several articles back, but now news hits of his promotion at Oscorp. It comes at the expense of his father Spencer losing his job, but it’s still a promotion. Since we know Novak‘s role, it’s safe to say that this article ties into the movie and the character’s background in a big way. What do you think of the latest article? Do you think Novak will show up in a later Spidey film as the Spider-Slayer?

February 11, 2014
By Ken Ellis
Within a week of the announcement that the NYPD and the District Attorney’s Office had opened an investigation into illegal activities and questionable medical practices at Manhattan’s Oscorp Industries, sources indicate several of their top scientists have been asked to leave.
Reports cite the recent forced resignation of Dr. Spencer Smythe, the Director of Robotics, amongst others. He was seen leaving Oscorp Tower yesterday with a box of his personal belongings.
When asked to comment on the current employment situation of Dr. Smythe, Oscorp spokesman Donald Menken had no comment. Later in the day, Oscorp sent out a press release congratulating Alistair Smythe on his promotion to the Director of Robotics formerly held by his father. How Mrs. Smythe expects this will impact holiday dinners remains unknown.

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