The silhouette from the teaser image released earlier this week have been fully revealed, showing off the line-up of the All-New, All-Different Avengers. The biggest surprise? The Ultimate Universe's Spider-Man—not Peter Parker—is front and center. Read more...
Casting rumors indicate which direction Marvel/Sony will go with their shared Spidey.
Despite all of the talk and speculation to the contrary, it appears that when we get our next big screen Spider-Man, it will in fact be Peter Parker. And as the web slinger prepares to make his first appearance in the Marvel Cinematic...Show More Summary
Currently there are two big debates going on among Spider-Man movie fans. First: will the character in the third reboot be Peter Parker or Miles Morales? Second, how old will the actor be? The answer to that second question has beenShow More Summary
The studio is thinking young, and long-term, for the third big-screen web-slinger. Read the full article on AICN Jeremy here... Are we looking at the new Peter Parker? According to Badass Digest's Devin Faraci, we might be. Marvel Studios...Show More Summary
16-year-old 'Weeds' actor Mateus Ward has reportedly tried out to play 'Spider-Man' for Marvel at a very secret audition. [...]
Ever since we learned that Spider-Man was swinging his way back over to Marvel to join the studio's ever-expanding Cinematic Universe, there has been debate over which secret identity the web-slinger would assume. For decades, PeterShow More Summary
A pair of clips tease this week's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." ep; Marvel CCO Joe Quesada mentions Peter's name when asked about the new movie and more.
Will Peter Parker or Miles Morales wear the mask as Marvel's new Spider-Man? One Marvel executive has seemingly solved the mystery.
Comic books aren?t afraid to kill off some of our favorite characters. Remember when Peter Parker died in The Amazing Spider-Man #700? That?s an event nobody could foresee. And yet again, a comic book has decided to kill off a seemingly unkillable character, shocking us all.Click To Continue Reading
Anyone who's been reading Spider-Man comics for a while will remember the infamous arc One More Day, which saw Peter Parker literally make a deal with the Devil, sacrificing his marriage to Mary-Jane Watson to save Aunt May's life. It was terrible, but rejoice! Marvel's announced a do-over. Read more...
Last year, before Sony decided to reboot its "Spider-Man" franchise with an assist from Marvel, the studio was looking to capitalize on the comic-book universe Peter Parker calls home. Sony had made plans for movies about The Sinister...Show More Summary
Peter Parker, the AMAZING Spider-Man is coming back. Here's a look at the most important changes Spidey has gone through over the years.
Dan Slott explains how "Spider-Verse" was nearly a Doc Ock tale, shares the Inheritors' origins, reveals why a Spider-Ham title is off the table for now and more!
A new report hints that 'EastEnders' actor Sam Strike may have joined Sony and Marvel's 'Spider-Man' reboot as the new Peter Parker. [...]
Freddie Highmore has confirmed that he would love to star as Spider-Man in Marvel and Sony's upcoming reboot of the beloved superhero. However, there's just one problem: we're still not exactly sure if it will be Peter Parker or Miles Morales who will don the iconic spandex. Show More Summary
Some of these make more sense ("Peter Parker, Photographer, The Daily Bugle") than others (would Natasha Romanoff really have the need for business cards?), but The Vocations of Heroes & Villains is nonetheless an art print that's quite fun to look at. Read more...
Marvel and Sony Pictures are currently working on a "Spiderman" reboot, and news has emerged the next solo Peter Parker film will feature a movie that will be a departure from the previous franchises.
The "Teen Wolf" and "Maze Runner" star reveals that while, "Professionally, I haven’t heard anything about it," he's always wanted to play Peter Parker.