Spider-Man was supposed to mingle with more Avengers than just Tony Stark in Homecoming.
Iron Man had a supporting role in Spider-Man: Homecoming, but two of his Avengers teammates could have been included in the movie, too.
Richard Brody and Anthony Lane offer quick takes on current theatrical releases, including “Girls Trip,” “Lady Macbeth,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” and “The Big Sick.”
With Happy Hogan returning to the MCU in Spider-Man: Homecoming, we've been wondering if he'll be showing up in Infinity War. And now we have an answer.
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Variety published an in-depth look at the ways Sony is planning to build on the success of Spider-Man: Homecoming, reviving their hopes for an extended cinematic universe built around other characters from the Spider-Man comics canon. Already in pre-production is...
It’s that magical time of year again, San Diego Comic Con! Coming off the success of Spider-Man Homecoming and the Avengers: Infinity War trailer dropping at D23, everyone is anticipating what Marvel Studios […] The post Marvel Studios: What to Expect at SDCC appeared first on Geek.com.
The man behind the visual effects of the ferry sequence says that "if you treat filmmaking as a job, you're going to be miserable." He's just the opposite.
It turns out that the writers of Homecoming originally included the Daily Bugle in a unique way, and it sounds pretty awesome.
Now that we've seen Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Wonder Woman, and Spider-Man: Homecoming, the summer season of major brand comic book blockbusters is over -- but there's still plenty more to come in 2017.
Hi, and welcome to another edition of Dodgers Dugout. My name is Houston Mitchell and if you haven't seen “Spider-Man: Homecoming” yet, go see it. It's really good. The name game While the Dodgers continue to play well, sweeping the White Sox in a quick two-game series in Chicago, the big news...
Want to see an alternate Spider-Man: Homecoming suit inspired by Superior Spider-Man? What other Marvel Comics characters will be part of the Silver & Black spin-off movie? Have you heard about Marvel’s new VR game Marvel Powers United?...Show More Summary
With Spider-Man: Homecoming taking Vulture and Shocker off the table, CBR looks at the villains we need to see (and some we don't) in the sequel! The post Spider-Man: 8 Villains We Want In The Homecoming Sequel (And 7 We Don’t) appeared first on CBR.
It should come as no surprise to anyone that the incredibly successful reboot to the Spider-Man franchise, Spider-Man: Homecoming will be getting a sequel. Granted, the first film just came out in theaters, but that doesn’t mean the studio isn’t already in high gear working to rake in as much cash as they can with another […]
Right now, Sony Pictures has a decent amount of momentum going for them. Spider-Man: Homecoming is an unquestionable hit with fans and critics, and is making bank at the box office. While this may only further cement their connection...Show More Summary
Spider-Man: Homecoming director Jon Watts has entered talks to return and direct the sequel starring Tom Holland as Peter Parker.
Following Spider-Man: Homecoming's critical and commercial success, Marvel and Sony are pouring more work into Spider-Man: Homecoming 2, including find the director for the sequel.
Sam Raimi directed three Spider-Man movies and Marc Webb directed two Spider-Man movies, so it’s a bit of a tradition to let the guy who made one Spider-Man movie do at least one other Spider-Man movie—even if the first one wasn’t that great. Show More Summary
The box office success of Spider-Man: Homecoming is all the proof we need that Sony Pictures will continue their plans to build out their own new Marvel expanded universe that’s adjacent to Marvel Studios’ cinematic universe. But thanks...Show More Summary
The director is possibly looking to return to your favorite neighborhood web-head's stomping grounds. Read more...