Before we get into it, sorry Junkies, Venom isn’t here. I always felt as if Venom, who already has a film in the works (October 2018) is just a dark reflection of our hero. Which is dull for a movie and even a comic. The worst part of the first Iron Man (2008) was that Tony Stark just ends up fighting a bigger version of himself in the Iron Monger. Snore. Regardless of my opinion on Venom, that film is in the works and, more importantly, so is another Spider-Man. Now before old Web-Head gets to have another solo film, he will be in Avengers: Infinity War (May 2018). Until then we have constructed a list of villains we would like Peter Parker to tackle next. We have also supplied you with an actor in the role too. #AFJ4Life.

Who? Quentin Beck
First Comic Book Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #13 (1964)
We Cast: Pablo Schreiber
Why? Schreiber was stellar in Starz’s American Gods. Mysterio is definitely one of the most unique villains in the MCU, let us have Schrieber work his magic again; only this time on a cinematic level.

The Jackal
Who? Dr. Miles Warren
First Comic Book Appearance: (Professor Warren) Amazing Spider-Man #31 (1965); (Jackal) Amazing Spider-Man #129 (1974)
We Cast: Jesse L. Martin
Why? We know that Martin is on The Flash TV series right now. With that being said, he is a fantastic actor and we couldn’t think of anyone better to be the disarming teacher that performs wild cloning experiments on Peter Parker and his friends.

Kraven the Hunter
Who? Sergei Kravinoff
First Comic Book Appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man #15 (1964)
We Cast: Jon Hamm
Why? After watching Hamm in Baby Driver (see our review) we think he has the chops to play a sadistic madman like Sergei Kravinoff. However, we believe that a mixture of the original character and that of his ultimate version (a reality TV star) would be an interesting modern twist.

The Chameleon
Who? Dmitri Anatoly Smerdyakov Kravinoff
First Comic Book Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #1 (1963)
We Cast: Cillian Murphy
Why? If Bane (of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy) can be Venom, why not have the Scarecrow be the Chameleon? Murphy is a great actor and what could be more tantalizing than a role where he gets to play anyone and everyone, including Spider-Man.

The Kingpin
Who? Wilson Grant Fisk
First Comic Book Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #50 (1967)
First MCU Appearance: Daredevil (Netflix Series, 2015)
Already Cast: Vincent D’Onofrio
Why? It’s time that Marvel’s movie and TV divisions play nice. We want the Kingpin in Spider-Man: Homecoming 2. It’s time Marvel, it's time to bring it all home. 


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