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Albert Hummel 2017-06-19
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Sony’s Spider-Man spinoffs, Venom and Silver and Black, may not exist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe... but Sony has plans for all of their Spider-Man films to share the same universe.

And, contrary to reports, the door isn’t closed on Tom Holland showing up in them.

In a recent interview, Spider-Man: Homecoming producer Amy Pascal revealed that all three movies will exist in the same world... even if Spider-Man: Homecoming is connected to the MCU in a way the other films will not be.

The relationship between the films in Sony’s Marvel Universe (still a weird name) has been up in the air, especially since director Kevin Feige confirmed that Venom (played by Tom Hardy) would not be part of the MCU.

Both movies will all take place in the world that we’re now creating for Peter Parker.

I mean, they’ll be adjuncts to it, there may be different locations, but it will still all be in the same world and they will be connected to each other.

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Richard Lee 2021-02-24

The next Spider-Man movie starring Tom Holland will be titled Spider-Man: No Way Home. The movie will be out only in theaters on December 17th, 2021.

The announcement was revealed on Twitter on Wednesday.

Holland and co-stars Zendaya and Jacob Batalon teased fans on Tuesday by posting separate joke titles for the movie on Instagram: Holland’s: Spider-Man: Phone Home, Zendaya’s: Spider-Man: Home Slice, and Batalon’s: Spider-Man: Home-Wrecker. While the jokes may have been frustrating, the differing titles may also be hinting at the rumors that the movie will take...

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Gary Tokarski 2016-06-01
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An unused storyboard for Sam Raimi s cancelled Spider-Man 4 by artist Jeffrey Henderson.

All Images: Courtesy of Jeffrey Henderson

Before 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.

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Ronald Griffis 2017-06-21
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Sure, we saw him in "Captain America: Civil War," but we didn't learn much of his backstory onscreen.

Almost 60 years in print, and with a million (OK, closer to 25 or so) portrayals on television and in films, wise-cracking Spidey has long been one of the most beloved characters in comic book lore -- but he's always existed outside of Marvel Studios' and Disney's purview.

Next month we get our first real look at the life of the teen in "Spider-Man: Homecoming."

"It was fun to be able to tap into something that none of the prior Spider-Man films could, which is [to show] what it's like to be a young hero in a world full of heroes," Feige said.

… But here was this young kid in great contrast to supersoldiers and Norse Asgardians, immortals and billionaire weapons industrialists."

He describes the film as an homage to John Hughes '80s high school films.

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Howard Marcinkowski 2021-05-10
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The first Venom movie was released by Sony, starring Tom Hardy. Now there’s a second movie, also about the same Venom, starring Tom Hardy – but this time there’s CARNAGE. Before Carnage, Venom was one of the most wildly popular polar opposites of Spider-Man. Then came Carnage. Venom and Carnage took on a life of their own and became massive … Continue reading
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Anthony Couture 2021-04-21
Photo: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Disney and Sony Pictures have signed a multi-year “content licensing agreement” that will bring new Sony theatrical releases, starting with its 2022 films, to Disney-owned platforms. The deal also gives Disney the rights to many of Sony’s older films, including Spider-Man titles — meaning that movies starring the web-slinger, which are notably absent from Disney Plus’ collection of Marvel films, could eventually make their way to the streaming service.

Sony’s theatrical releases from 2022 through 2026 are included in the deal, and Disney will get access to them following their “Pay 1 TV window.” Starting in 2022, that window, which follows a film’s theatrical and home video runs, will be owned by Netflix, thanks to a deal announced...

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James Hammond 2021-02-10
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The rumors of multiple Spider-Men popping up in the Spider-Man: Far From Home sequel have been shot down by Tom Holland.
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Edward Hudson 2021-04-21
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The deal will license Sony Pictures library titles like Spider-Man, Jumanji and Hotel Transylvania franchises, as well as new big-screen movies coming out in 2022 through 2026.
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Paul Mize 2021-04-22
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A new deal will license Sony Pictures library titles like Spider-Man, Jumanji and Hotel Transylvania to Disney's services and channels, plus new big-screen movies.
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Bill Davis 2021-04-08
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Netflix will stream Sony Pictures Entertainment movies after they've already run in theaters and in formats like online rentals.
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Steven Condon 2016-11-10
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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.

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Lawrence Bowman 2021-02-24
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The third film in Sony Pictures' rebooted Spider-Man franchise starring Tom Holland finally has an official title, as well as a Christmas 2021 release date.
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Earl Ledet 2020-07-31
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A spider in symbiote's clothing.
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Albert Hummel 2017-06-19
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Sony’s Spider-Man spinoffs, Venom and Silver and Black, may not exist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe... but Sony has plans for all of their Spider-Man films to share the same universe.

And, contrary to reports, the door isn’t closed on Tom Holland showing up in them.

In a recent interview, Spider-Man: Homecoming producer Amy Pascal revealed that all three movies will exist in the same world... even if Spider-Man: Homecoming is connected to the MCU in a way the other films will not be.

The relationship between the films in Sony’s Marvel Universe (still a weird name) has been up in the air, especially since director Kevin Feige confirmed that Venom (played by Tom Hardy) would not be part of the MCU.

Both movies will all take place in the world that we’re now creating for Peter Parker.

I mean, they’ll be adjuncts to it, there may be different locations, but it will still all be in the same world and they will be connected to each other.

Gary Tokarski 2016-06-01
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An unused storyboard for Sam Raimi s cancelled Spider-Man 4 by artist Jeffrey Henderson.

All Images: Courtesy of Jeffrey Henderson

Before 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.

Howard Marcinkowski 2021-05-10
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The first Venom movie was released by Sony, starring Tom Hardy. Now there’s a second movie, also about the same Venom, starring Tom Hardy – but this time there’s CARNAGE. Before Carnage, Venom was one of the most wildly popular polar opposites of Spider-Man. Then came Carnage. Venom and Carnage took on a life of their own and became massive … Continue reading
James Hammond 2021-02-10
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The rumors of multiple Spider-Men popping up in the Spider-Man: Far From Home sequel have been shot down by Tom Holland.
Paul Mize 2021-04-22
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A new deal will license Sony Pictures library titles like Spider-Man, Jumanji and Hotel Transylvania to Disney's services and channels, plus new big-screen movies.
Steven Condon 2016-11-10
img

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.

Earl Ledet 2020-07-31
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A spider in symbiote's clothing.
Richard Lee 2021-02-24

The next Spider-Man movie starring Tom Holland will be titled Spider-Man: No Way Home. The movie will be out only in theaters on December 17th, 2021.

The announcement was revealed on Twitter on Wednesday.

Holland and co-stars Zendaya and Jacob Batalon teased fans on Tuesday by posting separate joke titles for the movie on Instagram: Holland’s: Spider-Man: Phone Home, Zendaya’s: Spider-Man: Home Slice, and Batalon’s: Spider-Man: Home-Wrecker. While the jokes may have been frustrating, the differing titles may also be hinting at the rumors that the movie will take...

Continue reading…

Ronald Griffis 2017-06-21
img

Sure, we saw him in "Captain America: Civil War," but we didn't learn much of his backstory onscreen.

Almost 60 years in print, and with a million (OK, closer to 25 or so) portrayals on television and in films, wise-cracking Spidey has long been one of the most beloved characters in comic book lore -- but he's always existed outside of Marvel Studios' and Disney's purview.

Next month we get our first real look at the life of the teen in "Spider-Man: Homecoming."

"It was fun to be able to tap into something that none of the prior Spider-Man films could, which is [to show] what it's like to be a young hero in a world full of heroes," Feige said.

… But here was this young kid in great contrast to supersoldiers and Norse Asgardians, immortals and billionaire weapons industrialists."

He describes the film as an homage to John Hughes '80s high school films.

Anthony Couture 2021-04-21
Photo: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Disney and Sony Pictures have signed a multi-year “content licensing agreement” that will bring new Sony theatrical releases, starting with its 2022 films, to Disney-owned platforms. The deal also gives Disney the rights to many of Sony’s older films, including Spider-Man titles — meaning that movies starring the web-slinger, which are notably absent from Disney Plus’ collection of Marvel films, could eventually make their way to the streaming service.

Sony’s theatrical releases from 2022 through 2026 are included in the deal, and Disney will get access to them following their “Pay 1 TV window.” Starting in 2022, that window, which follows a film’s theatrical and home video runs, will be owned by Netflix, thanks to a deal announced...

Continue reading…

Edward Hudson 2021-04-21
img
The deal will license Sony Pictures library titles like Spider-Man, Jumanji and Hotel Transylvania franchises, as well as new big-screen movies coming out in 2022 through 2026.
Bill Davis 2021-04-08
img
Netflix will stream Sony Pictures Entertainment movies after they've already run in theaters and in formats like online rentals.
Lawrence Bowman 2021-02-24
img
The third film in Sony Pictures' rebooted Spider-Man franchise starring Tom Holland finally has an official title, as well as a Christmas 2021 release date.