Spider-Man has become arguably one of the most iconic superheroes in all of popular culture, with the Marvel Comics wall-crawler captivating the hearts of many. The biggest selling point about Spider-Man has been that, overall, his adventures on the page and screen have been family-friendly — but a new-resurrection video puts a very unique twist on that. Back in December of 2021, YouTube channel Corridor posted a video imagining an R-rated version of Spider-Man, re-editing clips from the previous films into a more gruesome context. The video, which recently went viral on Twitter, re-imagines the Washington Monument scene Spider-Man: Homecomingdeath of gwen stacy The Amazing Spider-Man 2and even the iconic train scene spider man 2 For a bloody description.
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While these Spider-Man scenes are certainly more gruesome than anything we’ve seen onscreen, the web-slinger had previous plans to make his onscreen presence a little more adult, especially as James Cameron develops a take on the character’s franchise. Were were of 2002 Spider Man.
Screenwriter David Koep revealed in a recent interview, “They pushed the metaphor of teenage sexual development really far. There’s a great moment where Peter wakes up in bed with the web strands around him.” variety, “It was like, Wow, I don’t know if we can do the wet dream thing, but it was a lot of fun. Even Cameron took it seriously, it was a big deal. It made people laugh.” legalized it in the minds of – at least, probably, Sony.”
Meanwhile, Sony’s Spider-Man-imminent spinoff movies have toyed with the idea of using an R-rating, but it hasn’t come to fruition yet.
“100% we considered it,” Venom: Let There Be Massacre star Tom Hardy said in 2021 interview comicbook.com, “With all these symbiosis, you know, you ponder over it. You read comic books and it’s extreme, but we’re not here to do that. We’re here to make a movie, and I Correct if I’m wrong that hardcore fans at least take home what they look like in Carnage and go, ‘Yeah, I recognize Carnage from comic books. I’m happy with that.’ And yes, no, we didn’t bite everyone’s head, but we stuck a tongue down someone’s throat … and managed to get to the level of rating that is respected so that grandma can come but me too come it too See.”
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