While some purists love that fact that Tom Holland will give them yet another iteration of Peter Parker in Marvel Studios new Spider-Man movie, arguably just as many fans felt cheated by the fact that Marvel did not opt to utilize Ultimate Spider-Man's Miles Morales. Show More Summary
We all know that Tom Holland will play the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the upcoming new solo film. But before the casting of Holland, fans wanted to see the Miles Morales version. That particular Spider-Man debuted after Peter Parker was killed. Show More Summary
Taking over the role as Peter Parker is 19-year old Tom Holland who will make a debut in the upcoming "Captain America: Civil War." Compared to all the previous "Spider-Man" movies, the reboot version will be tackling a whole new era in Peter's life. Show More Summary
Peter Parker is styling and profiling as Parker Industries goes global.
If there was one way we wouldn't describe another Spider-Man retread starring Peter Parker, as excited as we are to have the wall-crawler in the MCU, it's "totally different." Yet that's how Marvel's Kevin Feige sees it.
Feige reveals Marvel studios had a Peter Parker backup plan and elaborates on "Captain America: Civil War's" cast.
A trailer for the fake movie "Spider-Gwen" imagines Peter Parker's girlfriend as the one bitten by a radioactive spider.
You may know that Spider-Man is contractually obligated to be straight and white (sorry, Donald Glover), but that doesn't stop a lot of people from wondering what other friendly neighborhood spider-persons there could have been. Vulture...Show More Summary
The new Spider-Man series from "Supernatural's" Thompson and artist Nick Bradshaw tells new tales set during Peter Parker's time at Midtown High.
What if Gwen Stacy had been on the receiving end of that fateful spider bite instead of Peter Parker? A Marvel comic called Spider-Gwen imagines that alternate reality, so now it's time to think about the inevitable movie franchise Vulture...Show More Summary
The cringe-worthy page above comes courtesy of a piece over at Comic Book Resources today that describes Spider-Man's regrettable "Clone Saga" storyline written in 1995. In issue #266, Peter Parker accidentally hits Mary Jane while in the midst of a fight with his clone.
CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book plots gone bad looks at the time Peter Parker accidentally struck Mary Jane during the "Clone Saga."
In their latest spotlight on comic plots best forgotten, CSBG looks at the time that Peter Parker struck Mary Jane during the Clone Saga.
We already knew the upcoming Spider-Man reboot would send Peter Parker back to high school, but we didn't know his exact age until today: he'll be a fresh-faced boy of 15. Actor Tom Holland is 19, if you're curious, but he was probably younger when they filmed most of this.
For some time now, we’ve known that the new Spider-Man entering the Marvel cinematic universe in Captain America: Civil War will be a high school-aged Peter Parker. However, we had yet to hear specifically how old the webslinger will be until today. Show More Summary
Jon Watts talks about Peter Parker's age in the new SPIDER-MAN film, and the his plans for the movie's tone and setting.
We’ve known for some time now that Peter Parker would be heading back to high school in Sony and Marvel’s upcoming Spider-Man reboot — Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige has mentioned John Hughes’ coming-of-age ’80s films as inspiration...Show More Summary
Once Disney was able to get a hold of Spider-Man and bring him into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), many wondered how the reboot would work. Tom Holland has been chosen as the new web-slinger, and he’s going to make his first Marvel Studios’ appearance in Captain America: Civil War, but how old will he... Show More Summary
The "Spider-Man" reboot movie is scheduled for a July 28, 2017 release and the new Peter Parker is played by Tom Holland. The "Spider-Man" reboot will feature a very young Spidey – just 15-16 years old who will be juggling homework, trying to make friends and getting to know his powers. Show More Summary
'Spider-Man' reboot director Jon Watts discusses the origin story of Peter Parker, and why Tom Holland was right for the job.