Amy Pascal Ran Sony Pictures for a long time and put together some very prestigious projects including the Spiderman franchise. However with Sony’s hacking and Pascal’s personal mail being hacked some very unflattering mails were revealed . Pascal was soon shown the door , however not without A first look deal though.
Pascal put together spiderman home coming along with Marvel and the film went on to become a monster success at the box office. The trio want to repeat the success and have already started developing their next .
Sony Pictures and Amy Pascal are in development on a movie adaptation of the Marvel comic Silk, its about Korean-American female superhero Cindy Moon, which was created by Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos
Cindy is a student in Peter Parker’s class who also is bitten by a radioactive spider around the same time as Peter. She gains abilities similar to his, though she is able to shoot webs out of her fingertips, possesses an eidetic memory, and has advanced Spider-Sense, she is far stronger than Peter.
Cindy Moon was seen in Pascal-produced Spider-Man: Homecoming (played by Tiffany Espensen) as a member of the decathlon team along with Peter Parker. In Avengers: Infinity War, she reprises her role briefly when Cindy is shown on the bus with Peter when he plants a distraction in order to get into costume.
Pascal is aggressively pursuing the Action/ Action-Super Hero Space she has an upcoming slate that includes the Spider-Man spinoffs Venom and Silver & Black, The Girl in the Spider’s Web starring Claire Foy
Keeping with the success of Wonder Women and the Buzz on Captain Marvel the ladies could soon be taking over in a big way. Keep reading this space for more info.
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