In the wake of yesterday's poster release, the first trailer for Tom Hardy's Venom has gone online. The Sony Pictures film adapts the popular Marvel comics character of the same name. Although this is just a teaser, it is remarkable that Sony Pictures is keeping the look of Venom up wraps.
It was a warm July day when I bought my ticket to Spider-Man Homecoming. I remember settling myself in my seat in the theater when Marvel's The Avengers theme suddenly blared. I adjusted my seat forward and grinned as a damaged Stark Tower, recently ravaged by the Chitauri invasion, came into view. Finally: everything had come together. Spider-Man was back in the MCU. 8 Years Ago. My face fell. 8 years ago? For the rest of
From the beginning stages of the Marvel and Sony deal that brought Tom Holland's Spider-Man to the MCU, both studios stated that Spidey would not show up in Sony's greater Spider-Man Cinematic Universe. On numerous occasions, Marvel says that Holland will only be in the solo Spidey films, regardless of
With Spider-man:Homecoming becoming an instant hit, Sony can breathe easier knowing that Marvel is holding the reins. The shadow cast by Homecoming has erased the dismal Amazing Spider-Man franchise from everyone's memory. With the shift in direction for the Spidey films, a few anticipated films have been scrapped: Sinister Six and Amazing Spider-Man 3. ASM director Marc Webb
The internet has no shortage of spoiler talk since the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Most of the chatter has centered around the end-credits scenes in the film. More importantly, the only one that really matters, the mid-credits scene. (((MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD))) The did-credits scene is an important scene to the film, because it