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3D Printed Spider-Man Mask Shell: Ultimate Cosplay-Man

When Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man came out in 2002, Yuri Schuurkes was captivated by the movie’s take on Spidey’s costume. He wasn’t a big fan of the hero himself, but he became obsessed with Peter Parker’s crime-fighting…

Peter Parker Shot His CIVIL WAR Cameo

yesterdayHumor / odd : Badass Digest

But you should expect more Spider-Man. Read more...

Four Years Ago Today: The Debut of Miles Morales Proved Anyone Can Be Spider-Man

Spider-Man stands at the pinnacle of Marvel's heroes. The story of Peter Parker is a universal narrative, one that encapsulates teenage woes and the burdens of responsibility and heroism. Readers have come to know Peter Parker very well, but one of the interesting distinctions about Spider-Man is that it could be anyone under that mask. Show More Summary

New 'Spider-Man' Writers Confirm No Origin Story, Tease Peter Parker 'Departure'

The new "Spider-Man" movie, starring Tom Holland as Peter Parker, is still in the "extremely early" stages. John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein have been announced as the writers, and while talking about their new movie "Vacation," they teased several details on the upcoming "Spider-Man" movie. Show More Summary

Thankfully, the New Spider-Man Movie Won’t Be an Origin Story

We suspected as much when news broke that Spider-Man would show up in Captain America: Civil War, but now it's basically confirmed: When Peter Parker returns to high school, he won't be running into any radioactive spiders. As Spider-Man screenwriters Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley told Grantland, their upcoming... More »

A SPIDER-MAN Writer Says Tom Holland Has Already Shot A Scene As Peter Parker For CIVIL WAR!!

A SPIDER-MAN Writer Says Tom Holland Has Already Shot A Scene As Peter Parker For CIVIL WAR!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Marvel has announced a truckload of cast for “Captain America: Civil War,” but for some reason...Show More Summary

'Spider-Man' Director Jon Watts Says Rebooted Peter Parker Is 'Grounded, Relatable'

Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige previously discussed the tone of the upcoming ?Spider-Man ?reboot, comparing it to the classic teen films of John Hughes. That’s a pretty high bar to set for the franchise, but an admirable aspiration all the same. Show More Summary

Spider-Man News: Director Jon Watts and Writers Talk New Movie

What an exciting time to be a Spider-Man fan. In the span of just fifteen years, we get not one, not two, but three (!) different live-action Peter Parkers and Spider-Men. In fact, Spider-Man's had more live-action reinterpretations than any superhero in the past decade. Show More Summary

Spider-Man Will Absolutely Not Dance In The Reboot

The Marvel Cinematic Universe's Spider-Man reboot has slowly been coming together over the last several weeks. Tom Holland is starring as the next cinematic Peter Parker, Jon Watts has been hired as the director, and it has been confirmed that comedy writing duo John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Show More Summary

Marvel's 'Spider-Man' Director Teases Reboot Plans

Director Jon Watts reveals that Tom Holland is perfect to play Peter Parker in 'Spider-Man', because he can be a 'real high school student.'

What if Spiderman were black, and Uncle Ben was shot by police?

I keep thinking how much more powerful the Spiderman origin story would be if Peter Parker was an African American kid, whose Uncle Ben was shot by police while being arrested for a minor parking infraction. There is no formal … Continue reading ? The post What if Spiderman were black, and Uncle Ben was shot by police? appeared first on Chris Blattman.

SPIDER-MAN Reboot Writers Talk Geeky PETER PARKER

John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein open up about writing Marvel and Sony's upcoming Spider-Man reboot.

Spider-Man Screenwriter Talks Peter Parker’s Sense of Humor

"I think we can totally relate to where he's coming from..." The post Spider-Man Screenwriter Talks Peter Parker’s Sense of Humor appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Marvel's 'Spider-Man' Writers Promise a Geeky, Funny Peter Parker

Screenwriters John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein confirm that they are writing the script for Sony and Marvel's 'Spider-Man'.

In Spidey, Spider-Man Is Going Back To His Teenage Years... Again

last weekGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Everything old is new again—or, I guess, in the case of this new Spider-Man comic, everything young is new again. Yes, get ready to re-experience the origins and teenage life of Peter Parker for the 5 billionth time in Marvel Comics history, with a brand new series beginning later this year. Read more...

Thompson, Bradshaw's All-Ages "Spidey" Series Sends Peter Parker Back to School

Robbie Thompson and Nick Bradshaw's new in-continuity "Spidey" series will focus on teenage Peter Parker during his high school career.

Concept Art Reveals a Look Inside the Amazingly '90s Spider-Man Cartoon

last weekGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Fox’s Spider-Man: The Animated Series was pretty great, but like its X-Men counterpart, it’s very much a product of the 1990s—something that becomes achingly obvious when you remember what Peter Parker wore outside of the Spidey suit. Need a reminder? Look no further than this awesome concept art from the series. Read more...

Captain America Civil War: Is This Our First Peek At Spider-Man's Suit?

Now that it's official Tom Holland will play Peter Parker in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fans are looking forward to seeing what his Spider-Man costume looks like. The outfit has already been designed, and Marvel's Chief Creative...Show More Summary

Nat Wolff was Never up For Spider-Man; Internet to Blame

Young and upcoming actor Nat Wolff, who you can see in the upcoming "Paper Towns," was one of the many actors that nerds worldwide wanted desperately to play the role of Peter Parker aka "Spider-Man" in 2016's "Captain America: Civil War." But as we all know, the role eventually went to Tom Holland. Show More Summary

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