Well, there’s still going to be some forgiveness in order for yet another Spider-Man reboot, but it looks like Peter Parker’s full introduction to the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be worth it. With Tony Stark in as mentor, this looks like the Spider-Man fans have been waiting for. Show More Summary
Tony Stark makes sure Peter Parker is on his NBA finals party guest list in a fun new teaser, but it's too soon to invite Steve Rogers.
Peter Parker's getting a big technology upgrade thanks to Tony Stark, and with all these villains, he's going to need it.
High school is even harder when you're a teenage superhero. The latest trailer for "Spider-Man: Homecoming" shows Peter Parker (Tom Holland) adjusting to life as a superhero, and it looks like it is challenging to balance saving the day with school Spanish quizzes. Show More Summary
Avengers just don't understand! Still, having Tony Stark as a superhero mentor definitely has its perks — like a kick-ass, high-tech Spidey suit Tobey Maguire could only dream of! While Tom Holland's Peter Parker certainly has some well connected friends, the new trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming reveals it's not always great to be under Iron Man's protective [...]
Lots of things explode, Michael Keaton's Vulture wants to smash the system, and Peter Parker seems to have learned his snark at the school of Tony Stark.
In the new Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer, Peter Parker has a pretty convenient excuse for bailing on his friends to go fight crime: He has an internship with Tony Stark. And, hey, that’s not even that much of a lie. He goes out, stops petty crime, and reports back about his activities and churro-eating. Show More Summary
The Spurs need some major fixes, and bad contracts will likely prevent them.
Without Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard, it was an uphill battle against a star-studded Warriors team. They tried without Tony Parker. They tried without Kawhi Leonard. They were forced to try without LaMarcus Aldridge. And in the end,...Show More Summary
Good morning. We have that and more in Sunday’s NBA newsletter. The Spurs put up a fight without Kawhi Leonard, Tony Parker, or (eventually) David Lee. But the Warriors remain the Warriors, and Golden State won Game 3 in San Antonio by double digits. Show More Summary
Aldridge got outplayed by JaVale McGee in Game 3. The Spurs need him to be much better to avoid a sweep. With Kawhi Leonard (ankle) out indefinitely and Tony Parker (quad) out for the foreseeable future, the Spurs needed LaMarcus Aldridge...Show More Summary
Oh my goodness. The Spurs are short staffed in Game 3 against the Warriors. No Kawhi Leonard, no Tony Parker, and no David Lee. So we got a little extra Davis Bertans time in the first half. Including Draymond Green driving past him and sending Bertans to the floor. But that wasn’t the worst part. Show More Summary
Without Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker, the Spurs just don’t have enough to compete with the 67-win Warriors. Golden State raced to a 72-44 halftime lead and doubled up San Antonio midway through the second quarter. There’s not a whole...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs had no problem dispatching the Houston Rockets in the second-round clincher without injured stars Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker
Because of an injury to Tony Parker, rookie Dejounte Murray has earned more minutes as the Spurs have advanced. This might be why everyone’s now noticed that Murray has an arm tattoo which looks like the evil twin of the honey bun that looks like E.T., or a facial composite of one of those Madballs, or the moon from Majora’s Mask. Read more...
Moms of Danny McBride, Sarah Jessica Parker, Pete Holmes, Issa Rae, Rob Corddry, and Tony Hale read out some very un-maternal lines from the hit shows. There’s an old saying that goes something like, don’t say it if you wouldn’t say it in front of your mother. Show More Summary
With Tony Parker out for the series and Khawi Leonard out for Game 6, most people felt the Houston Rockets would run away with the contest to extend the series to a 7th game. One problem. Somebody forgot to tell the Rockets to show up for the most important game of the year as they […]
Good morning. We have that and more in Friday’s NBA newsletter. The Rockets, facing elimination at home against a Spurs team missing Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker, lost by 39 points. Thirty. Nine Points. In the first quarter, Jonathon Simmons outscored James Harden 7-2. Show More Summary
The Rockets lost in a puzzling terrible fashion the Spurs, who were playing without Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker, thanks in large part to (...)
In the wake of the Spurs’ playoff series-clinching, 114-75 rout of the Rockets on Thursday, it was hard to know which was more shocking: that San Antonio could play so well without Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker, or that James Harden could play so poorly. The Houston star scored just 10 points on 2-of-11 shooting […]