Another Spider-Man Spin-off Movie In The Works


During the last few years, this Korean-American hero has become a regular and has featured in the famous Spider-Verse and Spider-Island books apart from her solo series. As reported by The Wrap, Cindy Moon is now going to get a solo spin-off film, to be produced by Amy Pascal.

Of late, Marvel’s list of Spider-Man characters has featured a number of new and popular characters and Silk belongs to that category. Silk was created by Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos,  debuting in Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 3 #1. It didn’t take her long to get a solo series after that.

In fact, we have already seen the character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well as Sony’s Spider-verse due to Spider-Man: Homecoming. Cindy Moon is shown to be a classmate of Peter Parker and a member of the decathlon team. We are not sure whether Tiffany Espensen will reprise the character in the spin-off film, but, that’s not ruled out either.

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It is to be seen whether they will maintain Silk’s origin story, but, the chances are that there will be a difference, at least to some extent. The comic books showed that Cindy Moon was also impacted by the same radioactive spider that had bitten Peter. Her powers emerge eventually, but, she wasn’t able to control them until Ezekiel helped her do that. She was later housed in a secure facility by Ezekiel who tried to save her and others similar to her from the dangerous spider-murderer Morlun.

In this universe, they might mention her origins as having been bitten by the same spider and ignore the Ezekiel part. Her powers are quite similar to Peter, but, she is faster, and her Spider-Sense is more evolved. She is not quite strong, but, her webbing makes up for that weakness. Apart from that, her webbing is barbed, so it hurts when it hits you.


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