The actress discusses the challenges of her trapeze artist role which shares some similarities to her Spider-Man Homecoming co-star Tom Holland's performance as the webslinger.
2017 has been a great year for cinema but it’s also seen some massive movie mistakes.Even the biggest, most expensive Hollywood blockbusters have fallen prey to the curse of the film howlers, so with help from our pals at MovieMistakes.com here are some of the biggest on screen gaffes of of the last 12 months.Read moreThe best Christmas movies to streamFranchises that jumped the shark in 2017The weirdest movie trends of 2017
From 'Logan' to 'Justice League', this quiz will test just how much you were paying attention at the cinema this year.
At a time when many blockbuster franchises are sputtering — the domestic gross for this year’s “Pirates of Caribbean” sequel fell 29 percent from the last installment’s, while “Transformers: The Last Knight” fell a staggering 47 percent — the Marvel Cinematic Universe has continued to dominate at the box office. This weekend, the 17th film in the series, “Thor: Ragnarok,” earned the biggest opening at the box office in two months: a $121 million domestic start and a running global total of $427 million. With that result, the MCU has now made $5 billion in lifetime domestic grosses — and $13 billion worldwide since “Iron Man” launched the series nearly a decade ago.
2017 has been a miserable year at the box office for many of the big players, with many franchises and recognisable names failing to pull in the crowds. More and more, folks are opting for a night on the sofa with a trusty box set, rather than risking their money on a movie that could end up being a disappointment.But what if filmgoers knew exactly what they were getting up front, instead of being misled by the film’s posters? Let’s dive into the bizarroverse of honest movie marketing, and see what 2017’s biggest movie posters would have looked like if they’d simply told the truth.Read moreThe best movie posters of 2017The worst movie poster photoshop fails of 2016Bizarre Chinese Spider-Man posters
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The new Spider-Man actor has a bit of a reputation for accidentally revealing secrets.
Spider-Man: Homecoming star Tom Holland chose not to go commando under his superhero costume. The British actor wore a thong while filming scenes for the latest instalment of the Marvel franchise but admits he did have some "misgivings" about the underwear. Holland, 21, takes on his first solo outing as Spider-Man aka Peter Parker in Jon Watts' standalone epic, having previously played the character in Captain America: Civil War.
Tom Rothman is betting the film will reinvigorate his studio's biggest asset — thanks in large part to a deal with Marvel by his predecessor.
Speaking at Sydney's Supanova Comic-Con via Skype, director Jon Watts appeared to confirm that there would be multiple post-credits scenes for the film, all of which would be "worth sticking around for", as reported by Twitter user Tyler James. It's likely they'll function largely as Doctor Strange's post-credits scenes did: one looked forward to Thor: Ragnarok in a scene between Strange and Thor directed by Taika Waititi, the other set up a possible Doctor Strange sequel with Chiwetel Ejiofor's Baron Mordo as the villain. Jon Watts confirms that Homecoming has after credit scenes that are definately "worth sticking around for" (Obviously).
A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Tom Holland), who made his sensational debut in Captain America: Civil War, begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging super hero in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.). Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily routine – distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man – but when the Vulture (Michael Keaton) emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds most important will be threatened. In cinemas 7 July.
Whether your bag is eye-popping sci-fi horror, gritty war movies or blistering superhero shenanigans, summer 2017 should have something for you. Herein the biggest 20 movies set to hit your multiplex in the next few months.Read moreDoes Blade Runner 2049 trailer drop a massive spoiler?Wonder Woman “exciting and entertaining”Is Christopher Nolan producing Bond 25?