It would seem that Sony is ready to turn Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse into its own little media empire.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has been winning praise and awards, so it’s no surprise that Sony is going to want to capitalize on that. We already knew film sequels were planned, but it seems this version of the web-slinger could also be heading to the small screen.
In a recent interview with The New York Times, Sony chief executive Kenichiro Yoshida revealed that the company is also looking at the possibility of expanding the brand to television. No outlet was mentioned, but one has to wonder why the company would consider anything other than its own Crackle streaming service. That would certainly be a way to draw attention to the platform in the highly competitive streaming marketplace. And with Disney Plus on the way with original content, every company is going to have to decide the future of their respective streaming platforms.
No word as of yet as to when we could see these projects come to fruition, but we can’t wait.
SOURCE: The New York Times
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