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After years of Sony churning out Spider-Man movies to mixed results, fans finally had their dreams come true when it was announced that Peter Parker would be joining the MCU. The unprecedented deal between Marvel and Sony would allow the latter to reap the financial benefits of the character, while letting Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios dictate the character’s tone and feature him in their films.

Spider-Man: Homecoming Won’t Feature Tony Stark/Aunt May Romance Despite it being the sixth solo Spider-Man movie in fifteen years, there’s a palpable excitement surrounding this summer’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. Following new Peter Parker Tom Holland’s MCU debut in Captain America: Civil War, he’s ready to lead his own vehicle, and fans can’t wait to see Your Friendly Neighborhood become a bigger part of the larger franchise.

'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Will Finally Bring Damage Control to the MCU After the Avengers defeat the bad guys and the credits roll, who cleans up the mess? Who clears the debris, sweeps up the scraps, and collects all those bits and pieces of alien / mystical / foreign objects — you know, the stuff pedestrians probably shouldn’t get their hands on? Whether you’re a casual or more committed fan of the Marvel universe (or superheroes in general), you’ve likely pondered this very question. Spider-Man: Homecoming will finally give us an answer. Continue reading…

Venom will reportedly be an R-rated kickoff of a Marvel universe at Sony Not long ago we got word that Venom would finally be making his way to the big screen with Sony planning for an October 5, 2018 release. That’s not very far off considering the size of a project like that, plus with casting and a director needed to be found. But apparently Sony already has it’s ducks in a row, tone wise at least, as a new report claims the studio knows exactly where the movie is... Read More...

Despite conflicting reports, Sony's Spider-Man spinoff Venom does not have a director attached, but it does have a pair of writers who recently turned in a draft of the script. Come take a look!

Fan Theory Imagines Life as a Venom Prequel Movie Recent history has shown us that studios aren’t above pulling fast ones on audiences. 10 Cloverfield Lane made it all the way to a trailer before we knew it even existed, The Woods turned out to be a secret sequel to The Blair Witch Project, and Split managed to keep its secret long enough to shock audiences with its tie in potential. This all works rather well with Internet fan culture. Between Reddit and comment sections, fans love to gather to discuss all of the “could be’s” of upcoming releases.

In Shocking Turn Of Events, Media May Have Jumped The Gun About That Venom Director Earlier today, Bleeding Cool reported that box office data company Exhibitor Relations Co. announced that Sony’s Venom movie had a release data, October 5, 2018. As we noted, the movie had been in development for a while, originally planned as a spinoff of the Amazing Spider-Man franchise before that franchise went kaput. At that time, Alex Kurtzman was set to direct. Moments after our report went live, ERC dropped another tasty Venom fact – Alex Kurtzman would direct. But will he?

Director Joe Carnahan Provides Some Much-Needed 'Bad Boys 3' Updates If there’s one thing that Joe Carnahan excels at, it’s overshooting our expectations. I promise that isn’t just faint praise: Carnahan has rebooted The A-Team as a summer movie; shot a feature-length film where Liam Neeson punches wolves; released an ensemble action film about the mob trying to kill a magician. Each of these films could have been a disaster in the wrong hands, but Carnahan has consistently delivered fun and thoughtful action movies where audiences least expect it.

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