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The Wall Street Journal reports that Sony's planned "Sinister Six" film is still on track following the Sony/Marvel deal, but will be delayed.
An appearance by Shannon in "Dawn of Justice" could spell doom for Superman; "Sinister Six" promo artwork surfaces from Sony Pictures Brazil and more.
Inside sources at both studios have confirmed that talks have started, with the level of success of 2016's "Sinister Six" possibly being the deciding factor.
With Andrew Garfield possibly appearing in the Spidey spin-off film, could any of these villainous stories serve as inspiration?
Jed Whedon & Maurissa Tancharoen discuss the "Agents of SHIELD" season two expansion; New "The Flash" clip delves into the big explosion & more.
It’s difficult to imagine a "Sinister Six" movie without Spider-Man’s involvement - and it sounds like we won’t have to.
Sony has moved the third "Amazing Spider-Man" film to 2018, with "Sinister Six" scheduled for 2016.
Alex Kurtzman plans a Marvel-style multi-film franchise for Universal's monsters, develops films starring Spidey's enemies and teases a Black Cat movie debut.
Matt Tolmach and Avi Arad tell CBR News about what to expect from the upcoming villain-focused "Amazing Spider-Man" spinoff films.
Fans with music-identification app Shazam can uncover a special post-credits scene that teases the future of the franchise and the villains of the Sinister Six.
Star-Lord features in first "Guardians of the Galaxy" clip; Samuel L. Jackson confirms Nick Fury appearance in "Agents of SHIELD" finale & more.
Sony Pictures is nearing a deal with Drew Goddard, part of its "Amazing Spider-Man" 'franchise brain trust,' to direct "The Sinister Six."
Following Sony's announced film featuring the classic Spidey villain team, CBR runs down the bad guys we think are a lock to show up on the big screen.
Sony announces expansion of Webb's "Amazing Spider-Man" universe; Don Cheadle returns to Marvel for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" & more.
Sony has hired screenwriters Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Jeff Pinkner, Ed Solomon and Drew Goddard to develop "Spider-Man" spinoff films.