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Amazing Spider-Man Presents: I Really Hate Clones
Film information
Directed by

Michael Dougherty

Music by

Henry Jackman & Brian Tyler

Screenplay by

John Gatins
Drew Goddard
Kurt Wimmer
Derek Connolly
Michael Dougherty
Zach Shields

Produced by

Matthew Tolmach
Avi Arad
Amy Pascal
Marc Webb
Drew Goddard

Preceded by

Silver Sable & Her Wild Pack

Succeeded by

Agent Venom: The Gospel of Klyntar

Amazing Spider-Man Presents: I Really Hate Clones is a cancelled superhero film based on the superhero of the same name. It's unknown who would've directed it, only that it would've adapted the infamous Clone Saga storyline from the comics.[1]


The reported plot would've seen Peter Parker thinking about retiring as Spider-Man following his battle against the Scorpion and his legion of Spider-Slayers and the death of rival-turned-friend Eddie Brock (Finn Wittrock) and gaining full closure after encountering the Spider-Woman of another dimension, a still alive counterpart of his old flame Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) as well as two other women who gained powers similar to his, Jessica Drew (Kate Beckinsale) and Annalise Corazon (Emmy Rossum), who offer to take up his duties as he and his newly wedded wife Mary Jane Watson (Shailene Woodley) plan to move out of the perpetually chaotic New York City and settle for a quieter life in Boston. However, plans are spoiled as Oscorp Industries has underwent hostile takeover by one Dr. Miles Warren, a devious geneticist who has perfected the ultimate stage of engineering: cloning! As such, Dr. Warren resurrects the maligned Cross-Species Genetics and sets to work on crafting horrific copies of all those who became casualties throughout Spider-Man's life, including two clones of the wallcrawler himself: the relatively heroic Scarlet Spider and the aggressive and unsightly Tarantula (both Garfield). Peter must once again don his red-and-blues and set out to stop the crazed Warren and his army of horribled cloned monstrosities.


To be added


Ben Reilly (ASMU)
  1. Not much known about the film. However, in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," there were several easter eggs and plot threads that hinted at the possibility of exploring cloning in future films. This included references to Peter Parker's parents and their scientific work, which hinted at genetic manipulation and cloning.
  2. This film is released after TASM4. In an interview with Yahoo! Movies UK in 2013, Andrew Garfield seemed somewhat surprised by the news of a fourth film, revealing that his contract only provided for one more additional sequel. (Source)