Sony Exec, “I’m sorry… Spider-Man is what now?”
Reports of Peter Parker’s death have been greatly exaggerated
The new trailer for Sony’s Spider-Man: Far From Home, shows plenty of fun action, and gets the hype train rolling for the 2019 superhero film. However, one question that many viewers are asking is why Spider-Man is even alive, given that he was involved in “the snap” at the conclusion of Avengers: Infinity War.
We sat down with a Sony executive to ask them about this issue.
Fantastic Fools: Fans have one issue with Spider-Man: Far From Home…
Sony Exec: Oh really? What would that be? Is the Happy Hogan-Aunt May stuff gross?
I mean yes, but that’s not the main thing. How does the movie reconcile with the fact that, when we last saw Peter Parker… he died?
Spider-Man is dead, it was like a whole thing.
Spider-Man is what now?
Did you see Avengers: Infinity War?
Mmm, not sure. Did Sony make it?
Then no, I did not.
Well, Spider-Man was killed at the end of that film, so the very existence of Far From Home seems to suggest that will change in Avengers 4. Kind of a big spoiler.
Wow, I can’t believe that. Are you sure? I mean, we did get a lot of emails from Marvel, begging us not to announce this film, but I didn’t read any of them. Huh, this is a pickle
Well, the cat’s out of the bag now
Yeah… hold on, I’ve got to make some calls. People need to know about this
Did anyone at Sony watch Avengers: Infinity War?
Can’t imagine so, no. I’d better tell Jon Watts first, he still has time to add something.
Nick Fury died too
Seriously! Son of a… ok, ok. I’ll work this out. Sorry, I’m going to have to cut this interview short. Thank you
Sony later released a statement saying, “we don’t care who we spoil! Who care about ‘Avengers’ anyway? Sony wholeheartedly commits to not caring at all. Enjoy 8 more Venom movies, you idiots”.
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