Amazon is developing a live-action Spider-Man Noir series. In 1930s New York City, the unnamed television series will feature an aged, grizzled superhero. The programme will be situated in its own world, according to a source with knowledge of the endeavour, and Peter Parker won’t be the primary character.
This is the second project based on Sony-controlled Marvel characters that will be available on MGM+ and Amazon Prime Video. Several additional projects are in the works, and it was recently revealed that Amazon was pushing forward with the show “Silk: Spider Society” from creator Angela Kang. Though Sony presently owns over 900 such characters connected to the Spider-Man property, it is currently uncertain which additional Marvel characters will appear in the other Amazon series. The Spider-Man Noir television series will have Oren Uziel as its writer and executive producer. Together with “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, as well as former Sony CEO Amy Pascal, Uziel devised the programme. They are all executive producers. Through Pascal Pictures, Pascal executive produces. The studio is Sony Pictures Television, where Lord and Miller now have a general contract.
Uziel most recently contributed to the screenplay for the Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum romantic comedy film “The Lost City.” His past works as a writer include “22 Jump Street,” “The Cloverfield Paradox,” and the “Mortal Kombat” movie from 2021. He has also contributed to the scripts for future movies including “Borderlands,” which is based on the video game of the same name, and “John Wick 4.”
Curate and Myman Greenspan represent him. The Spider-Man Noir comics made their debut in the Marvel Noir world in 2009. The Great Depression is experienced by that incarnation of the well-known superhero in New York. A stolen artifact’s concealed spider bites him, giving him visions of a spider-god who bestows abilities. Milo Ventimiglia provided the voice for the character in the animated series “Ultimate Spider-Man,” and Nicolas Cage provided the voice for the character in “Into the Spider-Verse.” The first live-action version of Spider-Man Noir will air on Amazon. Sony has previously published a number of live-action Spider-Man movies, and it is presently collaborating with Marvel Studios on the relaunched film series starring Tom Holland through Columbia Pictures. The 2019 Academy Award-winning animated picture “Into the Spider-Verse,” which was produced by Sony, also received this honour. The first of two planned sequels to that movie, “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse,” will hit theatres in June 2023. Sony has also released the live-action movies “Morbius” with Jared Leto and “Venom” and its sequel “Let There Be Carnage” with Tom Hardy. The production of a third “Venom” movie is now underway, and Sony is also working on movies based on several other characters, including “Madame Web,” starring Dakota Johnson and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and “Kraven the Hunter.”