Sony Pictures is looking to keep building its own Marvel universe as they have tapped acclaimed TV director S.J. Clarkson (Collateral) to develop a female-centric movie utilizing the studio’s catalogue of Marvel characters, according to Variety.
She has mostly been a supporting character in the Spider-Man universe since her introduction in The Amazing Spider-Man issue #210 in November 1980.
Clarkson has spent over two decades working in the small screen world on everything from the British medical soap opera Doctors to early seasons of EastEnders and Veronica Mars.
Sources have confirmed, however, that there is no writer attached to Clarkson’s project, which could indicate it won’t be the Madame Web film or that Sazama and Sharpless are no longer attached to the project.