Why Tobey's SPIDER-MAN was REMOVED from the MCU - Marvel's Original Plan, Explained

Published 2024-02-20
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Written by Colton Ogburn (twitter.com/ColtonOgburn)
Hosted by Ryan Arey (twitter.com/ryanarey)
Edited by Harriet Lengel-Enright, Randolf Nombrado, Lee Mazzio, Ethan Lavinsky, and Sean Martin

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All Comments (21)
  • @ScreenCrush
    Head to geolog.ie/SCREENCRUSH70 or scan QR Code on the screen and use code SCREENCRUSH70 to get an exclusive 70% off of Geologie’s award-winning skincare trial set.
  • Wait wait wait so youre telling me that from the jump, Sony made bad decisions when it came to Spider-Man?! Impossible.
  • @chrisszostek6700
    Someone send this to Sony.. show em how they fucked up and still lost money
  • @NinjaChris77
    Oh man, when you said "imagen Tobys Spiderman in 2012 Avengers" it hit me, he woulda been PERFECT for it!!!
  • @MrNatural11
    Imagine an Iron Man movie at that time period starring RDJ against Dafoe’s Goblin fighting over nanotechnology would of been absolutely crazy.
  • @MusicLover-my6fo
    I knew that Nick Fury was supposed to mention Spider-Man, Hulk and the X-Men in the first Iron Man film, however I didn't know that Spider-Man was actually supposed to be in the Incredible Hulk film. Maybe his alias could've been Mr. Red as he could've tried to help Bruce cure himself as Peter knows what it's like living with irradiated blood, so Peter and Bruce could be kindred spirits.
  • Dude, that was actually amazing. It’s so impressive what you guys are capable of coming up with. I wish that Disney, Sony, and Fox had decided to work together back in the day so that things like this could’ve been possible
  • @olleselin
    OMG, seriously? He would've made the best asset to the franchise!
  • Give this man (Ryan Arrey), a job at Marvel!!! Edit: and Colton Augberg Edit: its "OGBURN"
  • @okami6ix629
    Colton KILLS it with these. He really should be writing for marvel.
  • @Mr.Lunafish
    I didn't know how badly I needed this. Dagnabbit ScreenCrush... Now I'll always have this in the back of my mind saying, "but we could've had Tobey."
  • @cianfreehill792
    Andrew was also supposed to be apart of the mcu but that was cut too
  • @ScreenCrush
    Should Tobey have been the MCU Spider-Man?
  • @mbank3832
    The post credit scene in Iron Man 1 had my hopes up that Tobey's Spider Man will be part of that universe since they are just one year apart and Fury mentioning radioactive bug had me thinking it is Tobey's Spiderman, or else who else is he referencing to at the time since it introduced Spiderman before hand. And then all those waiting for years, we got Tom Holland instead... Tom is not bad but I rather the OG join the MCU
  • @sabinandrews7421
    If possible (please do it) you should do a similar type of video imagining Andrew Garfield as MCU Spider-Man.... The story arc you made for Tobey is really great in this video
  • @MusicLover-my6fo
    Since Spider-Man is referenced at the end of the first Ant Man film, maybe this could've worked. But you're right about Peter not initially respecting Tony Stark, especially since they don't really gel well in the comics either.
  • @smasha444
    This is cool what if! On a serious note, how are you going to prevent Colton from finding out THE TRUTH in Brooklyn this Thursday?!
  • @AlisterCorvain
    Love this idea! The only thing I would want to add is a "Sinister Six"th movie after Endgame where Toby's Peter teams up with Miles against the Six, and then passes the mantle on to him.
  • @warpdriveby
    The way you jump in and weave threads of the MCU together is astonishingly similar to co-writing music in a band, people either get how to fit in the mix and create within a structure, or they feel caged or can't compromise and play as a team. It's not good or bad, it's just two different ways of creating music and some do best solo, others in collaboration. Anyway, if you don't play any instrument or sing that's too bad, your brain would fit right in to music with others.