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In 1998 Sony had the chance to buy the rights to almost every Marvel character for 25 million. They opted to only buy the rights to Spider-Man for just 7 million, stating, "Nobody gives a shit about the other Marvel characters."

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A teen injected himself with mercury at least three times in an attempt to convert his bones to metal after seeing X-Men Origins: Wolverine. He also had intentional multiple spider bites in the past after wanting to become Spider-Man.

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  1. James Franco went back to college after filming Spider-Man 3. After taking 62 credits per quarter, he graduated from UCLA in 2 years; he then went on to attend Brooklyn College's, Columbia University's, and NYU's MFA programs. Afterwards he attended Yale to get his Ph.D in English.

  2. Michael Jackson was so keen to play Spider-Man that he attempted to buy Marvel just to make it happen.

  3. On the set of Spider-man: Homecoming, Michael Keaton would troll Tom Holland by whispering "I'm Batman" during fight scenes

  4. A drifter named Theodore Coneys, AKA the Denver Spider Man, broke into a man’s house and hid in the tiny attic, ended up murdering the man, then continued to hide in the attic for months during the murder investigation, while the murdered man’s wife still lived in the house.

  5. Stan Lee, had a contract awarding him 10% of the net profits of anything based on his characters. The film Spider-Man (2002) made more than $800 million, but the producers claim that it did not make any profit as defined in Lee's contract

  6. Hannibal Buress found a lookalike on social media, and sent him to the premiere of Spider-man: Homecoming in his place.

  7. Disney does not own the rights to show "big" Marvel characters (Avengers, X-Men, Spider-Man, etc) in theme parks east of the Mississippi, due to a contract Marvel signed with Universal Studios in the 90s

  8. The cafeteria scene in Spider-Man where Tobey Maguire catches falling food on a tray is actually real with no CGI involved, it took Tobey 156 takes to nail the shot.

  9. The voice given for the A.I "Suit lady" aka "Karen" in Spider Man: Homecoming was none other than Jennifer Connelly who also happens to be the wife of Paul Bettany, the actor who voices J.A.R.V.I.S in the Iron Man films and later as Vision.

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Stephen Colbert exists in the Marvel Universe. He ran for president and he helped Spider-Man defeat a villain

Michael Jackson attempted to purchase Marvel Comics back in the early 90's so that he could produce his own movie in which he would have been Spider-Man - source

Scared neighbors called the police over a domestic dispute. When the police arrived, they only found a man and a spider - source

Guardian of the Galaxy Groot was one of Stan Lee's first creations at Marvel (and originally a villain)predating Spider-Man and most of the Avengers, including the Hulk, Iron Man, and Thor

Tara Strong, voice actress on Powerpuff Girls, Rugrats, Teen Titans, Hello Kitty, Ultimate Spider Man, Princess Mononoke, and many more, was given a visa into the US as an "Alien of Extraordinary Ability." - source

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J.K. Simmons (Whiplash, Spider-Man trilogy) is the voice of the yellow m&m.

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There are Spider-Man comics (Spider-Man: Reign) where Mary Jane Watson has died from prolonged exposure to Peter's radioactive semen.

In the Spiderman comic 'Spider-Man: Reign', Mary Jane dies due to exposure to Spiderman's radioactive sperm.

It has been confirmed by both Tom Holland and Kevin Feige that Spider-Man was in Iron Man 2, he was the little boy in an Iron Man toy mask who stood against one of Vanko's armored drones.

James Cameron was supposed to make a Spider Man film in the 1990s with Leonardo DiCaprio as Spider Man & Arnold Schwarzenegger as Doctor Octopus

Gwen Stacy was killed off in the Spider-Man comics because Stan Lee was in a rush to get to a meeting in Europe; Wanting to get his writers out of his office, he told them, "If that's what you wanna do, okay," without realizing what he'd just agreed to. He came back to find Gwen dead.

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When Spider-Man film producer Avi Arad, was asked if Spider-Man would join the Avengers, Arad said “I think it will take a moment in which we’ve run out of ideas.” the next year Sony and Marvel announced that Spider-Man would join the MCU

Macho Man" Randy Savage's first wrestling persona was named "The Spider" and resembled Spider-Man. He would later square off against Spider-Man in the 2002 film.

Michael Jackson attempted to buy the ownership rights of 'Spider Man'. Stan Lee declined. After that failed MJ attempted to buy 'Marvel' entirely.

At the end of the 2002 Spider-Man game Peter Parker, after kissing Mary Jane, speaks to the player and says "Looks like you're done here. Go outside and play".

Ant Man made his Marvel debut before Spider-Man, Hulk, Thor and Iron-Man.

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Besides playing the voice for the Joker in Batman, Mark Hamill has voice acted many villains, like Fire Lord Ozai in Avatar, the last Airbender, Colonel Muska in Castle in the Sky, the Hobgoblin in Spider-Man

The Disney character who has appeared in the most films is...Donald Duck. He is also the fifth most published comic book character, behind Superman, Batman, Spider-Man, and Wolverine.

Disney isn't legally allowed to develop Marvel attractions based on X-Men, Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, and the Avengers, and their "families" on its East Coast theme parks, nor use the Marvel name in both of its West/East Coast parks due to the 1994 contract Marvel signed with Universal Studios

Michael Jackson nearly bought Marvel so he could star in first ‘Spider-Man’ movie

Spider-Man could have been a fly. Stan Lee said "I saw a fly crawling on a wall. And I said, 'Boy, it would be great if I could get a superhero who could stick to walls like an insect.'" He considered "Insect Man, Fly Man, Stick-to-Wall Man, Mosquito Man... none of them sounded good enough."

Heath Ledger was first choice to play in 2002's Spider-Man, but turned it down as he didn't want to take someone else's dream away of playing Spider-Man. Eventually the role went to Tobey Magurie.

Leonardo DiCaprio turned down the roles of Anakin Skywalker, Spider-Man, Dirk Diggler, Patrick Bateman, and Steve Jobs.

Spider-Man's black suit, which later became the basis for Venom, the Spider-Man villain, was a fan-based concept that Marvel bought for 220 dollars

The Spider-man villain, "The Thousand." Carl King ate the radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker, hoping to gain similar powers to Spider-Man. Instead, it turned him into a swarm of 1000 spiders that devour the insides of a host and walk around in their skin.

The concept of a Spider-Man costume becoming a villain was thought up by a comic fan, and his idea was purchased by Marvel for $220 and served as the basis for Venom

John Wick was directed by Keanu Reeves' stunt double in The Matrix trilogy. He also did work on Spider-Man 2, V for Vendetta, Rambo, Spy Kids, and many others. John Wick was also his directorial debut.

Marvel Comics has trademarked two words of their own invention: thwip!, the sound of Spider-Man's web shooter, and snikt! the switchblade-sound of Wolverine's claws coming out of his hands.

Stan Lee had a contract awarding him 10% of the net profits of anything based on his characters. The film Spider-Man (2002) made more than $800 million in revenue, but the producers claim that it did not make any profit as defined in Lee's contract, and Lee received nothing.

In 2016, during a Facebook Q&A, Stan Lee named Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man (2002) as his favorite superhero movie.

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