Spider-Man's Daughter & Venom Are PARTNERS in Marvel's Future

May “Mayday” Parker, the Spider-Girl of the future joins forces with the Venom symbiote - bonded to her friend, Norman Osborn's grandson.

Spider-Man's Daughter & Venom Are PARTNERS in Marvel's Future

Despite the odds given their family history, Marvel's Spider-Girl comic confirms Peter Parker’s daughter May joins forces with the Venom symbiote, to face the Avengers of the future. As far as unexpected confrontations go, spider and symbiote vs the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes could be one of the most outlandish. But anything is possible in the future, especially in comic books.

For the unfamiliar, May "Mayday" Parker's version of Spider-Girl exists in a version of the future where Peter Parker has retired as Spider-Man, trading in the mask and webs to live the family life with his wife, Mary Jane Watson. But when May, their eldest child, inherits her father’s arachnid abilities, she heroically assumes the mantle of Spider-Girl. May’s Earth-982 contains plenty of future versions of Spidey’s friends (like the Avengers) and foes (like Lady Octopus). But the apple doesn’t fall far from the web concerning Osborns and Goblins, either. Normie Osborn--the son of Harry Osborn and grandson of Norman--is one of Mayday’s closest friends, and has had his own Goblin struggles. However, May’s compassion helps Normie shed his Goblin legacy and the two succeed in partnership where the Parker and Osborns of the past had failed.

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When Osborn unwillingly bonds with the symbiote that’s plagued Spider-Man for years, Mayday and Normie’s friendship is tested, but triumphs, as Spider-Girl helps him escape Venom. May is disappointed by Normie's refusal to destroy the alien menace, but the young Osborn rationalizes that if he could defeat the Goblin within him, managing a symbiote should be no problem. But when he makes his heroic debut, he rejects the name Venom, emphasizing his union with the alien is something unique.

Although May trusts the offspring of Osborn, the future Earth’s Mightiest Heroes don’t share those feelings. The Avengers suspect Normie is preparing for a return to a life of crime, and discover the truth about the symbiote. The team confronts Normie but the conflict quickly erupts out of control, as Spider-Girl joins to defend Osborn, and a Scarlet Witch hex-blast inadvertently causes a nanite-powered Jim Rhodes to lose control, attacking anyone within the vicinity. It takes the combined might of the Avengers, a temporarily unretired Tony Stark, Spider-Girl, and symbiote suit Normie to subdue “cyber-Rhodey”. Osborn’s heroics earn him some credibility with the other heroes, allowing him to maintain the symbiote and proving May’s instincts to support her friend correct.

May’s handling of the delicate Osborn/symbiote situation is just one instance illustrating how impressive a hero she grows into. "Mayday" has been one of the most successful Spider-characters and owns the bragging rights as Marvel’s longest-running female hero, with Spider-Girl clocking 100 uninterrupted issues from 1998 to 2006. In recent years, Spider-Girl has graduated to using the moniker of Spider-Woman, after her invaluable contributions storyline. Earth-982’s Spider-Woman doesn’t currently have a solo title, but is featured prominently in the Spider-Verse sequel, Spider-Geddon, and Spider-Girls, a spinoff centered on female spider characters.

Fans of May await her next chapter and adventures, and the character deserves a chance in the spotlight again. Given her prominence in the Spider-Verse comics, perhaps it isn’t out of the question to expect an appearance on the big screen. In addition to the sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, . Either of those vehicles would be the perfect place for someone like Spider-Girl to maneuver a Venom/Osborn combo. Hopefully, Mayday will have her day in the near future.

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Matt Ryan Wants To Reprise His Constantine Role In HBO’s ‘Justice League Dark’

John Constantine star Matt Ryan explains he’d love to play the magician in HBO’s Justice League Dark series. Fans will […] The post Matt Ryan Wants To Reprise His Constantine Role In HBO’s ‘Justice League Dark’ appeared first on Heroic Hollywood.

Matt Ryan Wants To Reprise His Constantine Role In HBO’s ‘Justice League Dark’

John Constantine star Matt Ryan explains he’d love to play the magician in HBO’s Justice League Dark series.

Fans will obviously remember Matt Ryan’s short-lived solo Constantine series before moving onto Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow. The star even voiced the magician in the animated movies Justice League Dark and its sequel, Apokolips War. In a recent interview with Den of Geek discussing the animated sequel, the star revealed that he’d like to return to the role for a movie, pointing out Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker as inspiration.

“I love the darker elements of John. There’s something about the Joker movie that really kind of connected to me in the way of like, ‘Shit, they need to do–I would love to do–a John Constantine movie like that!’ Listen, I’ve had sleepless nights about it, honestly. God, I’ve written treatments!”

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Matt Ryan went on to explain that at heart he’s a theater actor and he just wants his chance to prove what he could do with the material. The Legends of Tomorrow star explained he’d be very disappointed if the project went ahead without him. Although the Den of Geek piece also explained he wasn’t aware of HBO’s Justice League Dark before the interview.

“I’m a theater actor, you know? That’s where I spent most of my life. I always say to them, ‘Just get me in the room.’ And then if they don’t want me for the role that’s their choice. But I would be very disappointed if a project like that went ahead without even sitting down and seeing what I could do with the material.”

Would you like to see the Constantine star reprise the role in HBO’s Justice League Dark? What else do you think the show should do? Sound off in the comments below!

‘Justice League Dark: Apokolips War’ To End DC’s Animated Movie Universe

Here is the official synopsis for Apokolips War:

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War features the largest Super Hero cast in the history of DC Universe Movies with dozens of actors/characters spotlighted in a grand ensemble of talent reprising their roles from this six-year story continuum. Matt Ryan (Legends of Tomorrow, Constantine), Jerry O’Connell (Carter, Bravo’s Play by Play, Stand by Me) and Taissa Farmiga (The Nun, The Mule, American Horror Story) anchor the cast as Constantine, Superman and Raven, respectively – the triumvirate determined to assemble the forces necessary to lead humanity’s final attack.

Alongside that trio are the long-running core of Justice League voices — Jason O’Mara (The Man in the High Castle, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) as Batman, Rosario Dawson (Briar Patch, Daredevil, Sin City) as Wonder Woman, Shemar Moore (S.W.A.T., Criminal Minds) as Cyborg and Christopher Gorham (Covert Affairs, Insatiable, Ugly Betty) as The Flash – as well as JL-adjacents Rebecca Romijn (X-Men, The Librarians) and Rainn Wilson (The Office, The Meg) as the voices of Lois Lane and Lex Luthor, respectively.

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War is available on Digital HD and will be released on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD on May 19, 2020. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for news on Matt Ryan and HBO’s Justice League Dark series, subscribe to our YouTube channel for all the latest news surrounding future DC projects!

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