The superhero movie industry is divided by Sony’s unwillingness to grant Marvel Studios permission to utilize the character Black Cat. Sony has continuously refused to allow Marvel to include the character into their Spider-Man franchise, claiming their own intentions for Black Cat in live-action films. Despite Sony’s obvious commitment to developing Black Cat as a possible franchise starter, the character’s historical reception may not align with the company’s expectations.
Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 was the initial effort to introduce Black Cat, and Anne Hathaway was supposed to play the part of the Vulture’s daughter. Nevertheless, this idea was widely rejected, which ultimately caused it to be dropped. Another example was Felicity Jones’ casting as Black Cat in the Amazing Spider-Man series; nevertheless, there is still uncertainty over Sony’s intentions for the character in that franchise.
The most famous Sony proposal was for a movie called “Silver and Black,” in which Black Cat was supposed to play Silver Sable’s supporting role. Although Sony had a different vision for the character, they never revealed the details of that idea. Because they want to start a stand-alone franchise, Sony has continuously turned down offers from Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige to put Black Cat in their Spider-Man movies.
This strategy may or may not be wise, though, given Black Cat’s potential to be a profitable stand-alone movie. Working together to include Black Cat into the Spider-Man series would be more beneficial for both companies. By doing this, Black Cat may have a big impact on how the plot develops and may even turn against Spider-Man or act as his mentor. Given Peter Parker’s development throughout the MCU, a more mature relationship between him and Black Cat may be investigated, opening up fascinating story possibilities.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News