Tom Holland has us swooning in these new photos from the ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ set. The 20-year-old was spotted filming scenes for the upcoming movie and is filling out his Spidey suit quite nicely. Click to see all the new photos!
Spoiler alert! Marvel has continued their tradition of revealing post-credit scenes with not one, but two scenes for the latest superhero film, ‘Captain America: Civil War.’ And yes, they’re worth sticking around for!
Consider this your warning: There are TWO post-credit scenes in Marvel’s latest film, Captain America: Civil War, and they have everyone talking right. We stuck around after the film was over to check out these super secret scenes out and we’re here to share what only true fans were willing to stick around to see!
We’re going to need a new Aunt May! Sally Field, who played Peter Parker’s relative in ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ movies, trashed the films as being full of ‘sh*t.’ However, she revealed the heartfelt reason why she took the role in the first place. Click to listen!
Spider-Man does whatever a spider can, but Sally Field’s 69, super-power is throwing some major shade. The woman who played Andrew Garfield’s, 32, aunt in The Amazing Spider-Man absolutely hated the movie, but explained she took the part because of a very personal reason.
Tom Holland has found its leading lady. Introducing Zendaya Coleman!
Zendaya Coleman, 19, will be playing a character named Michelle in the Spider-Man reboot, our sister publication, Deadline, has reported. She will be a key player in the Tom Holland reboot. As most know, Spider-Man’s main love interests are Mary Jane and Gwen — so, who is Michelle? Well we have a feeling Zendaya will nail it no matter what.
Spider-Man uses a web to catch criminals just like flies (it’s in the theme song!) But, for Andrew Garfield, playing the super-hero in the ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ films felt like HE was the one stuck in a creative ‘prison!’
Fans hoping to see Andrew Garfield, 32, portray Spider-Man again are going to be disappointed. The former star of The Amazing Spider-Man ditched the red-and-blue costume and he’s not looking back. The pressures of the role were too much for Andrew and he’d rather make a movie that’s “worth the price of entry.”
Spider-Man! Spider-man! Does whatever a spider can! However, according to an agreement between Marvel and Sony, he can’t be anything but white and straight in the movies. Now, Spider-Man’s creator, Stan Lee, explains why!
A lot of embarrassing and shocking details came to light in the 2014 Sony Email Hack. One of the more disturbing revelations was that Sony Pictures and Marvel Entertainment agreed that Spider-Man must always be white and straight! Though that decision came from from corporate executives, the man who created the web-slinger, Stan Lee, 92, agrees!
Marvel finally announced the face of their ‘Spider-Man’ reboot and while the actor, Tom Holland, seems like a nice kid — he’s not the web-slinging superhero any of us were hoping for.
Tom Holland, 19, is officially replacing Andrew Garfield, 31, and his predecessor, Tobey Maguire, 39, as Hollywood’s newest Spider-Man. While I’m sure he’s a great actor and Marvel is confident in their choice, it’s definitely the wrong one — and I’m ready to defend the built-in fandom that is feeling totally betrayed right now.
Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is here, and in case you didn’t know, he’s only 19! But how did he start his career? Where did he come from? Don’t worry, we’re filling you in on everything you need to know about Tom Holland.
Following in the steps of Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire, it’s clear that Tom Holland has big shoes to fill as the younger version of Spider-Man in the upcoming films. However, how much do you really know about the actor? Let’s just start with the fact that he’s an award winner, and he went to school at the same school Adele, Amy Winehouse, and Jessie J went at. That’s a good start right?
The rumors can be put to rest — Tom Holland, 19, is officially taking over as Peter Parker, Sony Pictures and Marvel announced on June 23. Jon Watts will be directing.
Producers Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal, as well as Marvel and Sony are having quite the day. After months of rumors swirling about which actor would step into the blue and red Spider Man suit, the decision has been made: Tom Holland.
Peter Parker has two very important prerequisites — according to newly released emails from the infamous Sony hack. New leaked corporate messages appear to show that execs from the company made it a mandatory requirement that Spider-Man be white and straight.
A lot of jaw-dropping bombshells came out of all those leaked Sony emails in 2014. The latest revelation? A licensing agreement between Sony Pictures Entertainment and Marvel Entertainment was allegedly disclosed in a major document leak by the website Wikileaks, and it reveals some pretty harsh rules for Peter Parker and his beloved, arachnid alter ego, Spider-Man. Yep, it includes requirements for his race and sexual orientation. Read on for all the shocking details!
We’ve seen him rock a spacesuit. Now, Asa Butterfield may be the next star to wear the iconic red-and-blue costume, as the ‘Ender’s Game’ actor is reportedly the one to replace Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man.
Sing along! “Spider-Man! Spider-Man! Asa Butterfied is Spider-Man.” As Sony and Marvel Studios plan to reboot the Spider-Man movie franchise, the 18-year old Asa is reportedly the one they want to replace Andrew Garfield, 31! The Hugo star might be under the mask when your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man returns to the big screen!
Red alert guys! Ahead of the big screen debut of ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron,’ the all important after credits scene might have just leaked– and it’s revealing a huge spoiler!
This could be major! Avengers: Age of Ultron doesn’t hit theaters until May 1, but thanks to an Internet leak, we might just have a peek at the after-credits scene right now! Per Marvel tradition, each film ends with the credits, followed by a snippet which hints at future films. In this extra exciting clip, which will supposedly debut following the newest Avengers, we’re getting a peak at a massive Marvel debut: Spider-Man!
With news that Andrew Garfield won’t be spinning his web as Spider-Man anymore, we were very worried. But now, Marvel boss Kevin Feige has CONFIRMED that we’ll get a teen Spidey for the next installment of the hit franchise. That definitely cheered us up!
To be honest, we’re still reeling from the news that Andrew Garfield, 31, won’t be returning as Spider-Man, but this news about the next revamp of the superhero has us excited! Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige, 41, has revealed that the next movie in the hit franchise will feature a teen Spidey! Yep, we’re going to see Peter Parker go through his awkward high school years.
Are Sam Strike’s Spidey senses tingling? Maybe! Speculation is running wild that the former ‘Eastenders’ star will be stepping into the iconic red spandex. So, is there any truth to the rumor?
The Spider-Man casting rumors are still in full swing– pun intended! Since Andrew Garfield confirmed he would be hanging up the lycra for good, we’ve been waiting with baited breath to see which spry guy would replace him. With an imminent Spider-Man casting announcement for both Captain America: Civil War and the next Spider-Man installment just around the corner, signs are pointing to Sam Strike, 21, as the successor!
This is awesome. The Marvel franchise has just confirmed that Gwen Stacy, who died in the Marvel universe over 40 years ago, will make a comeback. The announcement has us wondering, does this mean Emma Stone will appear in future ‘Spider-Man’ films?
Girls really can do anything that boys can do! As fans know, in the Marvel universe, Gwen Stacy (played in the most recent Spider-Man films by Emma Stone) was killed back in 1973 during a battle with the Green Goblin. However, thanks to an alternate universe, Gwen will take on her own spider powers and become Spider-Gwen in a brand new comic. Does this mean a film adaptation with Emma attached is to follow?
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