Adrian Toomes' Role In Sony's THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Cinematic Universe Revealed?

Adrian Toomes' Role In Sony's THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Cinematic Universe Revealed?

The latest Daily Bugle viral may shed some light on why exactly Adrian Toomes' (a.k.a. The Vulture) wings were spotted under the watchful eye of the man in shadows along with Doctor Octopus' arms and the Venom symbiote. Hit the jump for details!

It's obviously unlikely that these viral Daily Bugle articles will have too big of an impact on the future of the cinematic universe that Sony are building around The Amazing Spider-Man franchise, but the fact that this iteration of Adrian Toomes is an Oscorp employee could go a big way in explaining why exactly his Vulture wings were spotted alongside Doctor Octopus' arms. If these villains and their devices are all connected, it makes sense that we'll see them all come together as The Sinister Six. What do you guys think? Sound off with your thoughts below!

In an unexpected setback, Oscorp Industries failed to secure a contract for the development of a flying suit with the United States military.  Sources say  the international conglomerate had been so confident of landing the contract they had already hired a congratulatory skywriting message over New York City that read: “Oscorp soars to success!”

Government sources hinted that the contract intended for military aerial reconnaissance and infiltration landed with a Los Angeles-based conglomerate with offices in Manhattan. Oscorp spokesman, Donald Menken, had no comment.

The losing bid repudiates two decades worth of research in electromagnetic anti-gravity conducted by Oscorp robotics division engineer, Dr. Adrian Toomes. When asked what this development meant for Toomes, Menken simply rolled his eyes and replied “Really? Why are you even asking me? No comment.”

Starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan, Chris Cooper, Paul Giamatti, Colm Feore, Sally Field, and Chris Zylka, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is set to be released in the UK on 18th April and in the US on May 2nd.
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