The Battle of New York at the end of The Avengers is a crucial moment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It's the moment the whole world changed. And when it happened, a little boy named Peter Parker was just a few kilometres away in Queens. More »
Spider-Man: Homecoming opens in less than two weeks, but if you absolutely, positively cannot wait another minute to see more of Tom Holland‘s Peter Parker and his ongoing adventures in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we’ve got you covered. Show More Summary
It's an integral part of Spider-Man's origin. Peter Parker selfishly opts not to stop a criminal, and that crook later shoots and kills the boy's beloved Uncle Ben. Through that difficult ordeal, Peter learns that with great power comes great responsibility.
Peter Parker's first big Marvel and Sony solo venture isn't even out yet, but one of his closest allies is supposedly off the roster for Avengers: Infinity War.
Just like the origin story of Bruce Wayne’s parents being killed in an alley gets told over and over again in every movie, the same goes for Peter Parker’s uncle Ben. For both characters, it is a crucial element to their backstory and who they eventually become. Show More Summary
Yes, you read that correctly. It turns out that whilst the first canon MCU appearance of Spider-Man...
He's the new Peter Parker. He is carving his niche in the MCU, and in Spider-Man: Homecoming, he is taking on updated versions of The Vulture (Michael Keaton) and The Shocker (Bokeem Woodbine). Does he want to eventually see The Goblin on screen in his universe?
There was a bit of an uproar when Marisa Tomei was cast as Peter Parker's Aunt May in Spider-Man: Homecoming, out July 5. But while Tomei, 50, is willing to jokingly acknowledge her advancing years—"I did get old!" she exclaims to the Guardian upon realizing this year marks the...
Tom Holland has confirmed that a young Peter Parker actually first appeared back in 2010's Iron Man 2. The post Spider-Man Actually Debuted in the MCU Years Before Civil War appeared first on CBR.
Tom Holland confirms a long-standing fan theory that Peter Parker actually showed up in Iron Man 2 for a small cameo.
Due to Sony’s control of the character’s movie rights, Marvel probably never expected that it would be allowed to bring Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Now that he’s been seen slinging webs in Captain America: Civil War, though, people have begun to wonder what Peter Parker was up to while the other Avengers movies were happening. Show More Summary
Sony and Marvel are obviously all in on Peter Parker being the Marvel Cinematic Universe's definitive Spider-Man. But according to Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige, a certain other webhead does, in fact, exist somewhere in the MCU. More »
For years, it was one of the better fan theories out there, and now it's confirmed to be true. Peter Parker was in Iron Man 2. More »
Peter Parker (Tom Holland) juggles his school life and superhero existence in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming.'
Tom Holland says Peter Parker had a cameo in 'Iron Man 2' — and we all totally missed it.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is being advertised as the web-slingers first appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and to help usher in this new era of Spidey stories, director Jon Watts was given the opportunity to use Iron Man. But what if these two met before Homecoming?
Spider-Man isn't so new to the Marvel-verse after all. Tom Holland, who plays teen Peter Parker in the upcoming "Spider-Man: Homecoming," confirmed a long-held fan theory about Peter's first introduction in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Holland...Show More Summary
Back in 2010, the Marvel Cinematic Universe was still an ambitious experiment somehow surviving the dire Iron Man 2 and Spider-Man was caught in a limbo between Spider-Man 3 and The Amazing Spider-Man. Despite their shared origins, these two franchises were never going to intersect. Show More Summary
UPDATE: Looks like Tom Holland was trolling, as revealed by an interview with io9. "It’s funny, I literally had a conversation with Kevin like 20 minutes before [The Huffington Post] interview and he didn’t confirm it, I took it upon...Show More Summary
Insomniac is telling a story that’s as much about Peter Parker as Spider-Man, and the struggles that come with trying to balance both roles.