A crisis of magnanimous proportions has been averted. Today (Sept. 27), Sony and Disney (Marvel’s parent company) announced that they have essentially made up and Spider-Man will remain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) after all.
The sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming may have just gotten even more highly-anticipated. Actor Jake Gyllenhaal is in talks to star as the villain Mysterio the next film in the franchise.
Marvel just gets it. The first four minutes of Spider-Man: Homecoming has been shared and features Peter Parker/Spider-Man documenting his trip to Berlin via cell phone footage.
Has DJ Khaled become 2017’s hardest working man in show biz? We can’t say but what we know is that he’s everywhere and after weeks of teasing a cameo in Marvel’s upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming, his scene has finally been revealed.
The latest Spider-Man: Homecoming features new footage to get you amped, more insight into his Stark tech-enhanced suit and a Donald Glover cameo.
The full length (okay, two minutes and change) Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer is here and it is officially lit. The teaser features plenty of Iron Man and Vulture (Michael Keaton).
Another Spider-Man movie is on the horizon, but this one looks like it might be dope.
When the casting for Spider-Man: Homecoming was first announced, speculation over who would play Peter Parker’s main love interest, Mary Jane Watson, was heavy. With the news that Zendaya has joined the cast, the typically red-headed Ms. Watson will not be played by a Black woman for the first time.
Since it was announced that Spider-Man was going to get the reboot treatment in 2012, fans had been clamoring for Marvel to cast Childish Gambino a.k.a. Donald Glover as the Black/Latino version of your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, Miles Morales. Sony eventually went with British-American actor, Andrew Garfield, though..