BUT, nothing came of it.
They wanted more creative control over Spidey than Marvel was willing to give, even though Marvel was willing to split the profits 60/40.
BUT, after the leaks, the higher-HIGHER ups at Sony Japan, bleeding from the ass over the hacks, now want the deal to go through, and are willing to let Marvel make them squeal like piggies to get the tattered Spidey franchise off their hands.
SOOO, this would mean a re-reboot of Spidey into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, no more Andrew Garfield, and "Venom", "Glass Ceiling", "Aunt May", and "Sinister-Six", being dead as a doornail.
BUT, it also leaves Marvel floundering where to put Spidey.
He'd be a natural for "Civil War", because he was heavily involved in that arc in the comics, but the script for that film is a lock (although, seems to me, filming a little cameo scene, and cutting it into the film wouldn't be an extraordinary measure).
Okay screw it, Ghostbusters 3 already exists.
It had the original cast together and everything.
It was the video game, and you don't even have to play it anymore, Youtube has the cut-scenes all spliced into a film.
Takes place 2 years after Ghostbusters 2.
“The Fantastic Four,” a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel’s original and longest-running superhero team, centers on four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. Their lives irrevocably upended, the team must learn to harness their daunting new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy.
And here's the un-official but probably accurate spoiler-ridden plot description.
But, this time, being blocked hasn't frozen me in place, I've written tons of outlines and notes for upcoming chapters, and LOTS on season 3.
Season 3 is fucking cosmic.
If I can just smash down chapters 3 and 5 (you'll see) I can tool along at 60 mph.
I think I'm just about ready to go on that.
It's one of those long-ass world-building backstory ones like 21 was. Those always trip me up.
How much details to leave in, leave out, save for future chapters to flesh out, etc.
It'll get done.
So, for content, how about all the post-En-Mike-lopedia 4 non-horror shit from September to now?
All right then.