Spider-Man 3 to be Adaptation of “Marvel: Ultimate Alliance”

Burbank, CA – As rumors and counter-rumors continue to swirl around the third Spider-Man film in the MCU, Marvelous Movies has obtained the inside scoop on Marvel’s daringly original, unprecedented idea. Bring back all the Spider-Men actors ever. Pit them against every Spider-Man villain ever. Go full Dooms-day scenario.

The immensely popular Marvel: Ultimate Alliance had a simple premise: give players the ability to choose a team of Marvel superheroes and go toe-to-toe with teams of Marvel supervillains. The Endgame result combined mission-oriented gameplay as well as open brawls between the heroes and the villains.

The ending of Spider-Man: Homecoming saw Peter Parker’s unmasking at the hands of the Venomously hostile J. Jonah Jameson and the Daily Bugle. Instead of dealing with the problem at hand, young Peter takes a page out of his mentor, Tony Stark’s, book and chooses to sling away from his problems. In his case, he disappears into the Spider-Verse to help the Spider-Men and Spider-Women of the multiverse instead. He teams up with his counterparts, learns valuable lessons–especially from the one who looks, sounds, and acts like Nick Miller from New Girl–and beats up a lot of villains. Neil Patrick Harris and Drake Bell are both expected to don 2D versions of the Spider suit as well.

The villains will be led by Eddie Brock (Topher Grace) and Harry Osborne (James Franco), whose stunningly mediocre plan of attack against the world’s favorite wall crawler in Spider-Man 3 resulted in Spider-Man’s lowest point in history: badly dancing down a random street in the heart of New York. The majority of the film will be taken up with the Dismal Duo’s master plan to get Spidey to karaoke and/or bring back pistol fingers to win the heart of MJ (Zendaya).

The last 45 minutes of the movie are expected to be a nonstop battle between all the Spider-(Wo)Men and all the villains. It’ll be nonstop Carnage.

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