Johnson is in talks to portray Madame Web, a Marvel Comics character who is canonically blind.
This "Spider-Man: No Way Home" moment may have been one of Marvel's worst kept secrets, but it's guaranteed to get your spider sense tingling when it happens.
The couple – who met filming Marvel's Spider-Man: Homecoming – look loved-up in the sweet picture.
Although Disneyland is still closed to the public — apart from those seeking COVID-19 vaccinations — that hasn’t stopped the theme park’s Imagineers from imagining a future where the Happiest Place on Earth is back open for business. A new Disney Parks video teases one of the coming attractions that the young and young at heart are sure to love... 3000. Along with Galaxy’s Edge, Disneyland will soon be home to Avengers Campus, a new realm devoted entirely to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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).
News regarding Sony’s planned ‘Spider-Man’ spin-off movies will arrive “before too long” according to Sony Pictures chairman Tom Rothman. Sony’s plans for an extended Spidey universe were set back when the studio struck a deal to reboot 'Spider-Man’ as part of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. Sony had planned a handful of spin-offs for the last, ill-fated iteration of Spidey films helmed by Marc Webb and starring Andrew Garfield. Venom and the Sinister Six were set to star in their own films, but Sony have been quiet about plans since the Marvel deal.
Sony Pictures is also putting together an animated feature starring the iconic web-slinger. When Sony announced the film, ‘The Lego Movie’ and '21 Jump Street'directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were named as the people overseeing the project, as well as writing its script. When the pair were hired to direct the upcoming 'Star Wars’ spin-off film about a young Han Solo, they moved on, but according to Den of Geek, Phil Lord will still receive a writing credit.
We've been getting bits and pieces of Captain America: Civil War all week.On Monday, the press visit reports flooded out with coverage from Team Cap's side of the production. The overwhelming message was that this movie will be very much a Captain America film and a conclusion to Steve Rogers' [...]
Now here’s a crossover we never saw happening, the December issue of ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ comic features on its cover a few surprising cameos from hit BBC comedy 'The Thick Of It’. The comic cover was picked up by the show’s creator Armando Iannucci and star Chris Addison and shared on Twitter, much to the bemusement and amusement of their followers. - Could Marvel’s Ant-Man Get A Prequel? - Kenneth Branagh Will Not Direct Thor: Ragnarok - Black Panther’s Civil War Role Revealed Drawn by Alex Ross, the cover depicts Spider-Man being attacked and thrown into the side of a red London bus, indicating that issue five of the upcoming rebooted seires takes place in the UK. The bus’s passengers are made up of stars from Iannucci’s political comedy, which ran from 2005 to 2012.
Prior to the announcement that Jon Watts will direct Marvel and Sony’s new ‘Spider-Man’ solo film, Drew Goddard of 'The Cabin In The Woods’ fame was a firm favourite. Goddard didn’t get the job and won’t be writing the film’s script either. Speaking to Cinema Blend, Goddard explained: “I think that’s more a question for them [Marvel Studios & Sony Pictures], but here’s the good news.
Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley - who are set to write the rebooted solo Spider-Man movie - have revealed that new Peter Parker Tom Holland has already filmed his debut scene in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The pair revealed as such during an interview with Vulture about their latest movie ‘Vacation’ - the soft reboot of the beloved Chevy Chase series from the 1980s. How Did Vision Lift Thor’s Hammer? Spidey Reboot Finds Writers X-Men Apocalypse Scene Description The interview reveals that this weekend (1-2 August) Goldstein and Daley (who I’ve come to realise is the leading kid in cult classic TV series 'Freaks and Geeks’!) will head to Marvel to watch the new Spidey in action.