you're just a silly troll & no one should listen to a word you say. in fact, i'm probably going to block you so i don't have to see your nonsense posts going forward.
but you have lurched onto at least the glimmer of a proper point here, in that it is funny that we haven't had a mention of uncle ben after two full films. it doesn't really bother me, and i think i know why they did it, but it's not unreasonable to ask why this hasn't come up.
i think the answer is a simple one: it was established right from his first appearance that spidey was brought into the avengers orbit by stark, & that stark was a mentor, a reluctant mentor but a mentor nonetheless.
and in the economy of story-telling that these films require, that doesn't leave room for uncle ben in the mcu world. for the most part, the mcu films are very efficient at setting up their characters & their conflicts, & bringing uncle ben into a film where stark fills the mentor/father figure role would be clutter that they probably feel would distract more than add.
add to that the fact that we've already seen the spider-man origin twice in film. is it needed again? definitely not. i think it's just assumed that uncle ben is gone, & that there was a tragic event probably not too different from the events we know from the comics.
having a spider-man as part of the mcu mostly means gains (we get to see him with the avengers, nick fury gets to make fun of him, happy gets to flirt with marisa tomei) but it also means there have to be sacrifices, & uncle ben is indeed that sacrifice, limiting his impact on the mcu to the appearance of one suitcase with his initials (i think?).
Bro, I read the first sentence and then stopped because ... why should I keep reading?
Block away. Thanks for taking the time to reply though!
So you're not interested in discussing? So you're just trolling then