There have been five movies in the Spider-Man franchise over the years. Sam Raimi made his trilogy before leaving the franchise and then Marc Webb came in and made two movies in a proposed trilogy before Sony canceled the future films. Now, Marvel has their hands on Spider-Man for the first time and producer Eric Carroll spoke to CinemaBlend about what to expect and what not to expect from the new "Spider-Man: Homecoming" movie.

What villains not to expect in the new 'Spider-Man'

One of the things that was discussed was the villains that fans can expect to see in future Spider-Man Marvel movies. While Carroll wants to keep a little of the future movies a secret, he did reveal who will not be in the Spider-Man movies.

Carroll said that The Green Goblin and the Osborn family will not be part of the stories in this world. According to Carroll, both the first trilogy and Webb's movies dealt heavily with Norman and Harry Osborn and the new movies don't want to repeat any of those stories anytime soon. He was also asked about Dr. Octopus but didn't elaborate, although Spider-Man actor Tom Holland said that he really wants to see Octopus in a future Spider-Man movie. Interestingly, the villain in "Spider-Man: Homecoming" is The Vulture, a villain Sam Raimi really wanted to use but Sony rejected it in favor of Venom for "Spider-Man 3." As for Venom, Carroll said that he is getting his own movie at Sony and Marvel might not be able to use him.

Uncle Ben and Spider-Man

Both Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man" and Marc Webb's "Amazing Spider-Man" told the story of the death of Uncle Ben.

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That led to the "With great power comes great responsibility" line that Spider-Man lives by. According to Carroll, "Spider-Man: Homecoming" won't tell that story since Spider-Man already exists by the time the movie starts. He said that Marvel wants this to be a fun movie about Peter Parker as a kid and a superhero and don't want the weight of the dead uncle weighing over the movie. However, he did say that they won't completely ignore it because it happened in the past but is just part of his life by this time.