As we all know, before Sony and Columbia Pictures hands Spider Man and all that's affiliated with him over to Marvel Studios, they will give us one last Spidey related film: The [Sinister Six](movie:1274281).
If you're a comic book nerd like myself, you know that's some of Spider Man's worst enemies gathered together to accomplish one goal: kill Spider Man. And as we may have seen in [The Amazing Spider-Man 2](movie:508593), Harry Osborn, the Green Goblin (at least a version of the Green Goblin), will be responsible for gathering the Sinister Six. And we also got a peak at what villains we may see in the post-credit scene.
As you can see, Adrian Toomes, AKA The Vulture, and Dr. Otto Octavius, AKA Dr. Octopus, are expected to make their way for The Sinister Six film (even though we have already witnessed the destruction of one version of Dr. Octopus; see Spider Man 2).
But this week, I discovered something very odd but possibly very essential to The Sinister Six. Chris Cooper, who you may remember for playing who-would-have-been The Green Goblin, Norman Osborn. The unexpected turn of his character is that he died, unfortunately, of a disease simply called "Goblin Disease," which somehow was inherited genetically by Harry.
But what some of us (including myself) didn't know is that Norman is somewhat still alive. Apparently, after they took Norman's body, they froze his head in hopes of resurrecting him, not in full body form, strangely. If you need clarification, here's a video by SevenWebHeads:
Also, according to Marc Webb himself, Norman Osborn is expected to make a return along with Gustav Fiers (villain name: The Gentlemen) in the film. Can't wait to see what other villains are on their way!
The Sinister Six will hit theaters November 11, 2016. So mark your calendars for Spider Man's final movie with Sony and Columbia Pictures before 2017. Don't forget to comment below!