According to Deadline, the idea, which is for now known as The Untitled Urban Explorers Film, is apparently a young adult adventure that sees its characters travelling under the streets of New York's Lower East Side. Watts will write the script with Cop Car collaborator Christopher Ford, and the project was nabbed by the company, which also backed Cop Car, before the big Spider-Man announcement.
Of course, there is every chance the End Cue team will have to wait to see the new project realised. Superhero movie directors often find themselves pressed into the service of sequels before they get a chance to work on anything, as Marc Webb (The Amazing Spider-Man) discovered. Still, US audiences will see Cop Car on 7 August (there is no UK release date as yet) and the first of the new non-origin story Spider-Man films, with Tom Holland (The Impossible) as Peter Parker, is set for 28 July 2017.