Spider-Man Noir Amazon Series Finds a Co-Showrunner

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Written By Sedoso Feb

Prime Video‘s Spider-Man Noir live-action series has found a co-showrunner to accompany Oren Uziel — one who already has Marvel experience.

Variety has reported that Steve Lightfoot, who created Marvel’s The Punisher series for Netflix back in 2017, will serve as the co-showrunner of the upcoming Spider-Man Noir series . He’ll be co-showrunner alongside Uziel, who will also write and be an executive producer for the series.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, as well as film producer and former Sony Chairperson of the Motion Pictures Group Amy Pascal, are also set to executive produce, as the trio developed the series with Uziel.

It was revealed earlier in the year that the Spider-Man Noir series will take place in an alternate 1930s New York City and will focus on an older and more experienced hero that isn’t Peter Parker.

When was Spider-Man Noir created?

Spider-Man Noir first appeared in 2009 as part of Marvel Comics’ Marvel Noir line of stories, which reimagined Marvel characters as crime noir characters in the era of the Great Depression.

The character of Spider-Man Noir went on to appear in various other mediums, including Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse — where he was played by Nicholas Cage — the Ultimate Spider-Man animated series, and the 2010 video game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, where he’s played by Christopher Daniel Barnes.

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