According to new reports, Sony and producer Amy Pascal are in early development on the "Spider-Man" spin-off "Silk" as a showcase for Marvel Comics' Korean-American 'human-mutate' 'Cindy Moon', created by writer Dan Slott and illustrator Humberto Ramos:
"...during a demonstration on the use of radioactive rays at a science exhibit, a spider is accidentally exposed to large amounts of radiation. In its dying moments, the arachnid bites 'Peter Parker'. As a result, the young teenager gains amazing powers and becomes 'Spider-Man'.
"Then after biting Parker, the spider bites another young student named 'Cindy Moon'. Soon after, Cindy's abilities, include organic webbing, a healing factor, eidetic memory, agility and superhuman strength.
"Some time later, 'Ezekiel' approaches the Moon family to offer his help and guide Cindy in controlling her newfound abilities. After six years training to use her powers, Cindy is locked up inside a facility by Ezekiel to protect her and the other 'spiders'..."
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