An unused storyboard for Sam Raimi s cancelled Spider-Man 4 by artist Jeffrey Henderson.All Images: Courtesy of Jeffrey HendersonBefore Andrew Garfield and before Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire and Sam Raimi were going to make a fourth Spider-Man movie.The boards are by artist, writer, and filmmaker Jeffrey Henderson.We reached out to Henderson to ask about the boards and he explained that the idea was floated of Mysterio being Bruce Campbell s cameo.It would ve been part of a beginning of the film montage featuring a montage of C and D- list villains that we knew would never be used as main antagonists: Mysterio, the Shocker, the Prowler, the old school-onesie-wearing version of the Rhino, maybe even the Stilt Man, etc.As for Vulture, he would ve been the main villain and apparently Raimi had some really new and exciting ideas for the character.
But what if the MCU kicked off 20 years earlier?DON T MISS: Motorola killed the headphone jack and nobody noticedOn Reddit this week, an Instagram photo made the rounds showing what The Avengers lineup might look like if it were being cast in the 1990s:Is this a ridiculous exercise?Were there still some incredible adjustments suggested by Redditors in the comment?Of course there were.I m thinking more along the lines of Charlie Sheen, but he may have been too busy imploding at the time.Or, god help us, Tom Cruise.
Spider-Man: Homecoming currently stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker, Marisa Tomei as Aunt May, Michael Keaton as a villain, and Zendaya as another key character.On top of that, Robert Downey Jr. is on board as his usual Marvel character Tony Stark aka Iron Man , while the cast also includes Tony Revolori and Laura Harrier.Holland recently made his debut as the web-slinging superhero in Captain America: Civil War, which was met with immense box office success.Andrew Garfield ultimately ended up with the part in the film as well as its sequel.Glover comes to the cast with a number of notable credits to his name, including roles in The Martian and in NBC s Community.Spider-Man: Homecoming is due to hit theaters on July 7, 2017.
It s a big day for Spider-Man: Homecoming, since reports have surfaced tying both Logan Marshall-Green Prometheus and Martin Starr Silicon Valley to the new Spider-Man film.Starr s casting comes from Deadline, although we have no actual details about who he might be playing.We know that Marshall-Green would be playing a villain of some kind, but Variety reports that he s only in talks right now.Spider-Man: Homecoming has an extensive cast already, with Tom Holland as Peter, Marisa Tomei as Aunt May, Robert Downey Jr. showing up as Tony Stark, and Michael Keaton as the main villain, who may or may not be the Vulture.People with undisclosed roles or only in talks to join are Zendaya, Michael Barbieri, Kenneth Choi, Tony Revolori, and Donald Glover.Make your wild guesses below.
Or so wonders Spider-Man co-creator Stan Lee, who says the actor s performance as Peter Parker has blown him away in a manner that neither Tobey Maguire not Andrew Garfield managed.Now, you may be thinking that Lee is merely extolling the young actor for being as close to his original vision of Spider-Man as humanly possible, which is noteworthy in and of itself.However, can we really rule out the possibility that Marvel actually created a secret laboratory and tasked them with creating a human being whose sole purpose was to portray the perfect cinematic Spider-Man?Look at the facts: Marvel begins Spider-Man s infamous Clone Saga storyline in 1994, which runs for two years.And immediately after Holland make his web-slinging debut in Captain America: Civil War, Marvel announces another comic book Clone Saga?Even on the infinitesimal chance that Holland wasn t created in a petri dish and raised in accordance with over 50 years of Spider-Man comics, it s still pretty cool to hear Lee be that impressed with the young actor.
Continuing a series of announcements related to the expanding cast of Sony and Marvel s Spider-Man: Homecoming, comedian Hannibal Buress has signed on for a role as the film begins principal photography.Recently seen in the Netflix stand-up comedy special called Comedy Camisado, Buress has had success on film and television as of late with appearances in The Nice Guys , Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising and Broad City.Buress will also voice one of the characters in the upcoming animated film The Secret Life of Pets and appear in the film reboot of Baywatch.Prior to the Buress announcement, other actors joining the cast of the upcoming superhero film include Donald Glover Community, The Martian , Logan Marshall-Green Prometheus, Dark Blue, 24 and Isabella Amara The Boss .The main characters in the cast include Tom Holland as Spider-Man, Robert Downey Jr. at Iron Man, Marisa Tomei as Aunt May and Michael Keaton as The Vulture.Production on the movie is expected to ramp up this summer in order to meet the announced theatrical release date of July 7, 2017.
Sporting a Jansport backpack and full Spider-Man suit, the webslinger is riding the back of a truck in a brand new series of photos from the set of Spider-Man Homecoming.In the photos from Looper, which you can link through to below, Tom Holland s Spider-Man is riding on the back of a construction truck.We have no idea what he s doing, but the backpack suggests he s just coming from school, or is carrying around some brand new Spidey-gadgets.Check it out.Click on the tweets above, or links below, for more photos.Spider-Man: Homecoming, directed by Jon Watts, opens July 7, 2017.
Sporting a Jansport backpack and full Spider-Man suit, the webslinger is riding the back of a truck in a brand new series of photos from the set of Spider-Man Homecoming.In the photos from Looper, which you can link through to below, Tom Holland s Spider-Man is riding on the back of a construction truck.We have no idea what he s doing, but the backpack suggests he s just coming from school, or is carrying around some brand new Spidey-gadgets.Check it out.We have EXCLUSIVE photos of Tom Holland on the set of Spider-Man: Homecoming!https://t.co/YFqZQMljSk SpiderMan pic.twitter.com/TjDr5ghbvu
Sleepy Hollow gains a new regular, but loses two.Plus, new pictures from Suicide Squad, and Jim Gordon battles a weird creature on the set of Gotham.To celebrate being one year out from the film s release, Tom Holland shared a photo of himself hanging around on Instagram.A teasing new tweet from the franchise s official account shows a Xenomorph hand under construction.The movie is Entertainment Weekly s cover story this week, bringing with it a new gallery of stills, more of which you can find at the link.Here s an extended trailer:
Marvel s friendly neighborhood web-slinger returns to the big screen exactly one year from yesterday July 7 , and Spider-Man: Homecoming star Tom Holland marked the occasion with a sky-high photo of himself in costume on the set of the film.The photo features Holland in his Spidey suit high above the ground as the crew of Homecoming looks on far below him.He also offers up Spider-Man s signature web-shooting pose with one hand as he celebrates reaching the one-year mark before the film s arrival in theaters.Posted on Holland s Instagram account, the photo is captioned, 1 Year until spidermanhomecoming hits theaters, are you ready … thought you would like to see a little selfie I took earlier.After making his debut as both Peter Parker and his costumed alter ego in this year s Captain America: Civil War, Holland goes solo in the 2017 film intended to bring the character fully into Marvel s cinematic universe.Marisa Tomei, who also appeared in Civil War as Peter s Aunt May, reprises her role for Homecoming.
Fans who weren t in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con last week haven t seen it yet, but the first footage from Jon Watts Spider-Man Homecoming was excellent: it s got an upbeat, 80s high school vibe with one very surprising moment for Peter Parker, which we asked star Tom Holland about.In the footage, Peter played by Holland is in class, but he s not paying attention.He s on his laptop watching a YouTube video of himself, as Spider-Man, fighting Giant Man as we saw in Captain America: Civil War.After seeing the trailer, it felt like Peter was watching that clip for a more important reason than mere narcissism.That s an interesting question and I don t know if I can answer it fully, the actor told io9.But it s like when you go on holiday and you come home, back to school and you re like Wow, I wish I was on holiday again.
DT s weekly entertainment show, Between the Streams, is your guide to all of the hottest, most important, and of course dumbest new developments in streaming and entertainment, providing a handy recap of the week that was.Follow us here every Friday or add us via RSS, iTunes, or Stitcher at the links above to take BtS on the road!Played by Tom Holland, the latest Spidey, was teased in the fantastically hero-packed Captain America Civil War, with his new buddy Iron Man aka Robert Downey Jr. .After we found out that Michael Keaton will indeed be playing the villain Vulture earlier this year, the latest news is that the webbed one has a new leading lady, in Zendaya.It was confirmed Friday that the Disney Channel alum will be the new Mary Jane.Along with Keaton, she ll join more fine company, including the aforementioned RDJ, as well as some other fun choices like Donald Glover once rumored to play Spider-Man himself .
Marvel Studios is promoting this week s arrival of Captain America: Civil War on the home-entertainment market by releasing various behind-the-scenes clips and deleted scenes from the film — and one of the most recent pieces of footage is well worth checking out.In a brief scene that was inexplicably left on the cutting room floor, African superhero Black Panther Chadwick Boseman has a short but loaded verbal exchange with Natasha Romanoff Scarlett Johansson , the superhero spy known as Black Widow.It s a scene that packs quite a narrative punch — if not a physical one — and serves as a nice reminder of how formidable of a character Black Panther can be.Premiering in theaters May 6, Captain America: Civil War pit the heroes of Marvel s cinematic universe against each other in an all-out brawl over the issue of government regulation of masked heroes.Along with Captain America star Chris Evans, the film also featured Robert Downey Jr. s Iron Man, Sebastian Stan reprising his role as Winter Soldier, Anthony Mackie as Falcon, Don Cheadle as War Machine, Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye, Paul Bettany as Vision, Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch, and Paul Rudd as Ant-Man.Along with featuring the debut of Boseman as Black Panther, Civil War also offered the first look at actor Tom Holland as the new Spider-Man.
Get new glimpses at Jumanji and Beauty and the Beast.Plus, behind the scenes on Spider-Man: Homecoming, what s to come on Ash vs.Unsurprising given the film only just got a new writer, but Sony has removed Uncharted from its previously scheduled release in June 2017.Peter Parker hides in the shadows in this set picture shared by Tom Holland.The Rock has shared concept art of his character from the film, Doctor Bravestone.The nebulous marketing for the next season of the show has been annoying at best, but it seems like the theme for the new season has finally emerged.
If you were asked to do a motion-capture test as Spider-Man, what would you do?Jumps into the superhero crouch?Or would you, as actual Spider-Man Tom Holland did, breakdance?The video comes courtesy of Spider-Man: Homecoming director Jon Watts, who throws down a challenge to the Russo brothers, who have started work with Josh Brolin to motion cap Thanos.It appears that he has not yet breakdanced.
Captain America: Civil War was no joke at the box office when it opened in May, but Screen Junkies Honest Trailers series is poking fun at the superhero flick anyway.The online movie magazine dropped its latest parody video today, mocking the recent addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.Like the Honest Trailers before it, the one for Captain America: Civil War points out issues with the plot.In this case, Screen Junkies highlights problems with the franchise itself as well, including the mindless action, low stakes, villains that kinda suck, and incoherent plan.The good aspects get some focus as well, from the fact that Captain America is still a beefcake to the introduction of Tom Holland, aka the best version of Spider-Man, according to the new video.Luckily, the aforementioned action provides a good distraction from some of the film s weaker elements.
Shawn Levy talks about casting Uncharted s Nathan Drake.Plus, our first look at Joel Edgerton as an orc cop in Bright, new footage from Underworld: Blood Wars, and Legends of Tomorrow goes 80s.Tom Holland says he s contracted for six movies—interestingly he differentiates that as three Spider-Man films and three solo movies, which presumably means films where he could make team-up appearances á la Black Widow in The Winter Soldier or the Hulk in Thor: Ragnarok.Like a cameo in Avengers.I m unclear as to which movies, though.Shawn Levy will not be accepting any more unsolicited casting ideas for the role of Nathan Drake.
Spider-Man s debut in Marvel s cinematic universe already took place in this year s Captain America: Civil War, but his upcoming solo feature promises to make the webslinger s role a bit more prominent — and he ll apparently get a costume makeover, too.Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have released the first, official footage from Spider-Man: Homecoming to tease the upcoming debut of the film s first trailer, and the new footage not only features a familiar face from Marvel s movie-verse, but a fresh new look for everyone s favorite friendly neighborhood wall-crawler.More: Spider-Man: Homecoming movie poster, Zendaya s role possibly revealedThe full trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming will debut during Thursday night s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, but the brief preview offered up by Sony and Marvel who are partnering on the project has star Tom Holland s iteration of Peter Parker receiving a special gift from Iron Man himself, Tony Stark Robert Downey Jr. .The footage unfolds via Peter s perspective, and although Downey isn t seen in the clip, his good friend and assistant Happy Hogan as played by Jon Favreau is shown reminding Peter that Tony left him something on a table that he might want to check out.The contents of the package are revealed shortly thereafter when Spider-Man is seen perched at the top of a tower, only to leap backwards over a nearby helicopter that s hovering nearby, extending his arms and showing off the suit s under-arm webbing.
This is the FIRST trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming starring Tom Holland, Robert Downey Jr. and more, in theaters July 7th.Jimmy Kimmel's 2 Year Old Daug...
There s joyful new set pictures from The Defenders.Plus previews for the returns of The Flash and Arrow, and new scenes from the midseason finales of The Walking Dead and The Vampire Diaries.It s not been confirmed yet, but it has been rumored that God Particle is indeed going to be a Cloverfield film, so the removal makes sense.In the wake of the new trailer release, here s a new synopsis for the film.A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man Tom Holland , who made his sensational debut in Captain America: Civil War, begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging super hero in Spider-Man: Homecoming.USA Today has a new picture of Peter, presumably exposing his identity to a bunch of people on the train passing by.