Sony/Marvel's latest take on the wall-crawling hero overtakes Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 at the global box office.
Former Batman Michael Keaton may have taken up the villain’s role in the latest Spider-Man movie, but the film’s lead actor himself also has a few bad guy roles in mind. “I would like to play Carnage because he’s a crazy, scary, horrible person,” said the 21-year-old Holland.
Not only are the reviews pretty spiffy, the box office for 'Spider-Man: Homecoming's opening weekend is no slouch either.
During an interview with We Got This Covered, ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ director, Jon Watts, suggested an unlikely Marvel character ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming 2’ – Blade. “Morbius is kind of cool!” he said.
What the final scenes of the newly released superhero movie may mean for both the MCU, and Sony's Spider-verse.
Tom Holland had better *really* enjoy the feeling of spandex, because he'll be pulling on his Spidey suit a few more times yet.
The Spider-Man movies have spun a pretty complex web over the years, with changing stars and cancelled projects, horror directors and fan films...
Marvel fans with impressive recall skills will perhaps remember a brief moment in ‘Iron Man 2’ involving a small boy, and Iron Man mask and a Hammer Drone. As the drones terrorise a crowd of innocent folk, one of them scans the crowd, and zeroes in on a boy in an Iron Man mask. Robert Downey Jr’s Tony Stark swoops in, just in the nick of time, blasting the drone to bits from behind the boy, and with a ‘nice work, kid’, leaves the boy thinking that he did it.
If you happen to be planning a trilogy of Spider-Man movies, starting, say, with 'Spider-Man: Homecoming', don't tell Tom Holland because he'll just blab it.
It seems the former Spider-Man Andrew Garfield has nothing but good things to say about his successor in the role, and the character’s new movie. Garfield – recently nominated for a Golden Globe in the Best Actor (Drama) category, for his lead role in Mel Gibson’s ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ – was asked by Entertainment Tonight for his thoughts on the recent trailer for ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming,’ the Sony/Marvel co-production with Tom Holland in the lead. Garfield took over from Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker/Spider-Man with 2012’s ‘The Amazing Spider-Man,’ and while there was some controversy over the character being rebooted again so soon after the initial ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy, Garfield’s casting was widely accepted as one of the film’s principal strengths.
Amy Robach, co-host on US show ‘Good Morning America’, has had to apologise after she used the offensive term ‘coloured’ to describe ‘Spiderman: Homecoming’ star Zendaya. The broadcaster was presenting a segment on Hollywood casting, after rumours that the former Disney Channel actress is set to play Mary Jane Watson in the new movie. “Now we all know Hollywood has received recent and quite a bit of criticism for casting white actors in what one might assume should be a role reserved for coloured people,” she said during yesterday’s show.