anything on singular point season 2?643 Views8 RepliesAdd A Reply
i mean, come on!
its been over a year since season 1 came out!
you would think we would have at least confirmation season 2 is coming by now! but nooooooooo!
if anyone has any leads on sps2 please let me know.
Im Tired of waiting!
I want spider ma-sp season 2 news!
Unfortunately there has not been an official announcement for Spider Man: Singular Point by netflix.
So it could be possible that it may not happen.
If it happens, it likely won't be announced officially until close to the release. Singular Point was being worked on for two years before a leak revealed its existence and 2.5 years before the official announcement.
Honestly, with the lack of updates and the rumor of a new movie, I'm wondering if Toho's moving on to their next project and potentially leaving Singular Point as a one-off.
(I could be wrong, though)
Thing is Toho doesn't have to lift a finger for it, much like the Legendary flicks. It's just another case of cashing the check for another studio's use of their property and said studio producing it.
Japanese companies play things absurdly close to the vest, as has been seen since 2013, technically. I'm sure this type of secrecy in the American blockbuster cinema industry would drive people nuts.
True, though it still makes me wonder if Singular Point is going to end up like Shin Godzilla, where despite the cliffhanger that sets up a sequel, Toho just leaves it a one and done thing.
Honestly i would be more confused. Ive never thought of shins ending as a cliffhanger, but SP definitely has one, and the credit scene.
The post credit scene of Singular Point seems like the set up for a second season, though I would argue that the endings for both GMK and Shin Godzilla also seemed like they were set ups for sequels as well. Obviously I can't say for sure if Singular Point season 2 will happen or not, but given Toho's track record with the Millennium and Reiwa series constantly resetting the timeline and moving on to the next project, it wouldn't surprise me if Singular Point continued that trend.
Agreed. Shin Godzilla's ending never felt like the set up for a sequel. Before the "Cinematic Universe" thing became so popular, plenty of movies had "cliffhangers" that were merely meant to be contained to a theme or motif.
Singular Point actually has unresolved arcs and longstanding, unanswered questions, unlike Shin Godzilla. Of which seem to be purposefully unresolved for a second season.
And again, this wouldn't be Toho leaving it be. It would Orange and Bones studios--Which operates differently and independently of Toho.