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'Amazing Spider-Man 2' Will Set Up 'Sinister Six'

March 27, 2014 (1:36 am) GMT
The second installment of Marc Webb's 'Spider-Man' series will open the door to explore the web slinger's supervillains.

"" is confirmed to be used as a platform to introduce a group of supervillains in Spidey universe. The movie that will arrive in the U.S. on May 2 has at least three baddies, Electro (), Goblin (), and The Rhino ().

"At the tail end of this movie we set up some of the other characters that will probably end up being in the Sinister Six," Sony Pictures co-chairman Amy Pascal reveals in the newest issue of Entertainment Weekly where the web slinger is put on the cover. "We're going forward on all fronts."

Producer Avi Arad is positive people will enjoy the next movie because "villains can be very entertaining." He explains, "It's not like somebody's born and they're a villain. Something happens and it changes their lives. Some people can deal with it - they become the heroes. Some people can't and hate the world because of what they felt was done to them - they become the villains."

The line-up for the supervillain movie hasn't been announced, but personally likes Venom, Doc Ock, Vulture, and Kraven. Drew Goddard is penning "" movie, while Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Jeff Pinker are working on the screenplay for the "Venom (2017)" film.

"Venom hated only one guy - Spider-Man," Arad told SFX in a separate interview. "He wasn't innately bad, he was a shortcut guy, not really into fighting hard for achievement. That's the Venom story. Can he also be a good guy? As you know, Venom was also called 'lethal defender of the innocent.' "

"We had a great history with him, especially caring for the homeless, which is a very sensitive issue and something that many of us are very concerned with. Our villains all represent a different side of the misunderstood, and some of them unfortunately turned to the dark side."

Marc Webb who directed the first two "" installments will return to reprise his role in the third one. He, however, plans to pass the torch to other director in the fourth entry.

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