Andrew Garfield confessed that years ago he had some meetings with Sony Pictures to develop the spin-off of the ‘Sinister Six’ and that now he would love for that project to reach the big screen.
Andrew Garfield continues to have a strong fan base who consider him the best Spider-Man in live action after the two films he starred in under the direction of Marc Webb, the last of which was The Amazing Spider-Man 2: The Menace of Electro, of which Sony Pictures planned to develop a spin-off inspired by the group of supervillains known as the Sinister Six that, sadly, never came to fruition.
In an interview with Collider, the protagonist of tapes like A reason to live and Tick, Tick…Boom!, confessed that a couple of years ago he attended some meetings with Sony Pictures to negotiate his participation in the film of the Sinister six, a project that would be written and directed by Drew Goddard but that never materialized, without ebmargo, the protagonist maintains hoping to see it on the big screen.
“I don’t know how close it was, but I definitely had a few meetings and it was really exciting. I love Drew very much, I love him The cabin of terror and the other things he’s done. I love his vision, he is unique, strange and unconventional in his creative decisions. So it was definitely a fun couple of months, but that’s what life is like, “Garfield mentioned.
It would have been great. Maybe one day I will, but it would have been great.
According to various speculations of those years, the spin-off of the Sinister Six would follow a story of redemption for the iconic villains of the charismatic wall-crawler of Queens, however, Sony decided to save the project and years later partner with Marvel Studios to bring Spider-Man to international theaters with the face of Tom Holland.
Garfield’s recent statements assure that fans may have had a unique version of this group of supervillains, although in the superhero universe anything is possible, especially now that the arachnid multiverse is closer than ever with No Wis Home. On the other hand, although it is not a production of the MCU, Venom 2: Carnage released (Sony Pictures film), you could pick up some ideas from the past.
And although recently Andrew Garfield He confirmed again that he will not be part of the spiderverse that will hit theaters later this year, in social networks they have leaked several images of him dressed as Spider-Man, in front of a blue screen, while conversing with someone who, curiously, also wears another spider suit. These clips have not been confirmed or denied by Marvel Studios, so we will have to wait until the last minute to find out if Garfield has been telling us the truth all this time, especially now that he wants to see the Sinister Six in the cinema.