We all can agree that the Sony Spider-Man franchise went kaput back in 2014 with [The Amazing Spider-Man 2](movie:508593). Some say there were too many villains, some say the acting was god-awful, and some say that it lacked plot. Regardless, we know that monetarily it somewhat failed and isn't one of the most popular superhero movies out there.
So how does Marvel fix the Spider-Man problem? They've got him back for the most part, but still - Spider-Man doesn't have that great of a track record. They start with a stellar storyline.
Kraven's Last Hunt
Dan Slott has been a Spider-Man writer for a very long time. He's entering his eighth year at Peter Parker and Co. at Marvel Comics. Said Slott,
This is something that comics fans get upset about when a movie is being made before they get a chance to see it. You have to change things for the movie. There are things that work in a comic, and then there are things that you can only do in a movie. But I think if someone, as a starting point, took 'Kraven’s Last Hunt,' which is one of the greatest Spider-Man stories ever told, I think you could have a phenomenal movie.
What exactly happens in this story? Basically, Kraven the Hunter is dying but before he dies he wants to kill Spider-Man. So he goes after him, kills Spider-Man, and then proves he can be the ultimate spider-man by putting on Peter Parker's suit.
Now, most likely some things would have to change. For example, they would either have to change Peter Parker's fate in the movie or else just make this the storyline for the last Spider-Man movie.
This storyline, though, I think could make one of the greatest Spider-Man movies ever made and I think [Marvel](channel:932254) should go down this route if they want to spice up their MCU Spider-Man.