As the summer rolls on, this week brings with it a whole host of action-packed movies in contrast to the slow down of blockbusters landing in cinemas at the moment.
Ruben Fleischer reveals how 'Venom' taught him to respect how much fans care about the culture they love.
Video game movies have notoriously been poor, but Antonio Banderas thinks 'Uncharted' could turn the tide.
Tom Holland can finally openly talk about those huge "Spider-Man: No Way Home" surprises.
The box office success of Spider-Man: No Way Home has nudged Spider-Man ahead of the Wizarding World as the third highest-grossing film franchise of all time.
The "Spider-Man: No Way Home" stars were photographed kissing this summer.
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.
Almost 20 years since Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man movie, there have been many movies about the web-slinger and his enemies, but also several that were announced and then cancelled.
The return of Doc Ock, Green Goblin and others was originally due to be concealed until 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' was released.
Shared by the official Spider-Man account on Twitter with the caption "The multiverse unleashed!", a link tweet urged fans to "go ahead, zoom in on those details".
The couple – who met filming Marvel's Spider-Man: Homecoming – look loved-up in the sweet picture.
Alfred Molina returns as multi-armed menace Doctor Octopus, a role he first played in 2004’s Spider-Man 2.
Former wall-crawler adamantly refutes internet speculation that he's suiting up again opposite Tom Holland in the upcoming MCU installment.
Tom Holland exclusively tells Yahoo that he's "blown away" by footage of his upcoming Marvel movie as the official title — and link to "WandaVision" — is revealed.
While it's hard to imagine anyone else playing Finn in the recent Star Wars trilogy, actors other than John Boyega were in the running.
Holland says his third outing as the webslinger showcases Marvel's storytelling at its most out-there.
Dane DeHaan has confirmed that he will be (virtually) the only Spider-Man villain not to be returning for the upcoming Spider-Man 3.
Warner Bros has announced an origin story for Roald Dahl's bizarre factory boss, with Tom Holland and Timothée Chalamet on the casting shortlist.
The British star couldn't contain his excitement when he found out he was joining the MCU as an iconic hero.