SINISTER SIX Line-Up Possibly Revealed In New Promo For THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2
Later this week, fans will be able to see the latest installment in the Amazing Spider-Man franchise. The film will be opening to so-so reviews, but is already raking in the money at the over seas box office. That will likely be the case domestically as well. We know that in a deal struck by Fox and Sony that a small clip from X-Men: Days of Future Past will be shown after the credits. But what about teasers for the recently announced expansion of the Spider-Man universe? Up until now, nothing was announced.
Before I go on, I must issue a SPOILER WARNING! The information below may be considered spoiler-ridden in regards to the upcoming Sinister Six spin-off. So if you don’t want it spoiled for the time being, stop reading!
This afternoon, it was announced that Sony has teamed with Shazam, the app, not the super hero, for a new promo centered on the end credits song for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Viewers in the theater can Shazam the Alicia Keys song, titled “It’s On Again,” which will then deliver a copy of the credits, minus the titles, to their mobile devices. The folks at SHH did just that and have provided the images for viewing. You can check those out below.
These images likely reveal the line-up for the upcoming Sinister Six film. So who are they? Green Goblin, Rhino, Doctor Octopus, Vulture, Kraven and Mysterio. It should be noted that they are a bit unsure on that final one as they think it could be Chameleon as well. Take a look at the pics below and judge for yourself? I’m actually surprised that Lizard isn’t featured here, as he’s still around…somewhere. As for Electro, I haven’t seen the movie yet, so I’m unsure of his fate after the events of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Be sure to stick around for this cool feature when you see the film this weekend! The Sinister Six film will be written and directed by Cabin in the Woods helmer Drew Goddard. No specific release date has been set, but it will likely hit before 2018.
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