Spider-Man The first big screen Spider-Man movie was released May 2002 by Sony/Columbia. Helmed by Sam Raimi and starring Tobey Maguire Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Since the original, there have been two sequels, and just as the 4th movie was gaining steam, the studio announced a reboot with an all new cast and crew. Summary: Orphaned at an early age, Peter Parker lived in Queens, New York with his beloved Aunt May and Uncle Ben. Peter leads the life of a normal high school student while working as a photographer at the Daily Bugle, but after being bitten by a genetically altered/radioactive spider, Peter Parker's life becomes complicated. Able to cling to any surface, shoot webbing from his wrists, and the with the proportional strength of a spider, Peter devotes himself to fighting crime as Spider-Man--his guiding principle, "With great power, comes great responsibility."

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Dan Slott's Amazing Spider-Man #1 is now available, and with it comes a whole slew of changes for our favourite webslinger, along the return of an important character. Read on for details! - MattBellissimo
Marvel is back with another relaunch, ‘the all new, all different’ universe picks up after the events of Secret Wars with long-time Spider-Man writer Dan Slott returning to continue the adventures of Peter Parker in a truly global fashion. Read on for my spoiler free verdict of this new direction for ‘the world’s greatest super hero…’ - CameronGray
We know that our new Spidey will be Peter Parker (Tom Holland) but is there a chance Miles Morales could also show up in Marvel and Sony's Spider-Man reboot? Director Jon Watts' gave a very interesting response to that question when it was put to him by Yahoo Movies... - RorMachine
Next week, Marvel launches their All-New, All-Different Universe, with the relaunched Amazing Spider-Man serving as one of the biggest titles. Check out a fresh preview of Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli's first issue, as Spidey hits the streets of Shanghai... - staypuffed
Before Marvel and Sony made the deal to bring Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a number of Amazing Spider-Man spinoffs were in the works, including Venom and Sinister Six. Well, Kevin Feige talks about those here, as well as his feelings on Spider-Gwen... - JoshWilding
Most of us on this website love Marvel movies. However we are all aware that they aren’t perfect. Therefore here is a five part miniseries of a comedic look on the many problems of the marvel movies. - AvatarTarSauce
Kevin Feige has spilled the beans on all things Spider-Man in a recent interview, touching on bringing the character back to the MCU, what they would have done if they couldn't, how he fits into Civil War, and why that movie still very much belongs to Captain America... - JoshWilding
While he won't reveal which villains were set to star in Sinister Six, Drew Goddard talks here about how the movie wouldn't have been the traditional hero vs. villain battle most of us expected and reveals that the end of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 really didn't mean all that much... - JoshWilding
With Ultimate Spider-Man confirmed to have a fourth season premiering next year in 2016, Marvel Animators are sure to bring in new characters and some of the characters from the previous three seasons. Now take a look at this article and see what new and potential characters Marvel should include for the fourth season and who to voice them. - PredatorRIsing
Well, when we say fan-made, this was actually put together by New York Magazine! Regardless, this cleverly edited trailer puts Emma Stone (The Amazing Spider-Man) into a movie revolving around fan-favourite comic book character Spider-Gwen, and you can check it out right here... - JoshWilding
As we are yet to experience and see more shows and films based on DC and Marvel Comics in 2016 and 2017, there are major priorities that we need to agree on that also need be accomplished so that we can also make it through this era of irritating setbacks of lies, twists, selfishness, and unreasonability and we need to make sure that the people developing these films and shows do not make any proplems so please read the article to find out what we need the people of Marvel Studios and Warner Bros need to do and make sure happens. - PredatorRIsing
Peter Parker's dual-life is set to receive a shake up when writer Dan Slott and artist Giuseppe Camuncoli take him into the All-New, All-Different Universe next month. Check out a textless preview of the second issue after the jump, with Spider-Man and Prowler in action! - staypuffed
Spider-Man's long awaited entrance into the MCU is coming but after 5 movies already where can he go from here? - Lockjaw
One of the main reasons Drew Goddard's planned Sinister Six movie was so divisive came down to the fact that the plan was for it to apparently focus solely on the villains, but the filmmaker has now confirmed that Peter Parker would have had a leading role... - JoshWilding
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ended on something of a cliffhanger with Harry Osborn and The Man in the Hat set to assemble a sinister team of villains. Director Marc Webb talks here about being ok with not ending his trilogy, but why exactly is that? Find out after the jump... - JoshWilding
Spider-Man reboot director Jon Watts has revealed exactly how old Tom Holland's Peter Parker will be in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and also weighs in on what makes the British actor the right choice for the role as well as why they're skipping the origin story... - JoshWilding
Given that he was set to direct Sony's now-cancelled Sinister Six spin-off, many people naturally assumed Drew Goddard would helm Marvel's Spider-Man reboot. While at Toronto, The Martian scribe opened up about why it never happened for him... - Minty
By this point, Andrew Garfield has got to be getting sick and tired of questions about the few short years he spent playing Spider-Man. However, the British actor is more than willing to shed some light on the experience, and his latest comments are very telling indeed. Read on for details! - JoshWilding
Andrew Garfield's interviews about the past and future of Spider-Man have taken a pretty bizarre turn today, and after his bizarre comments about the state of superhero movies, the British actor is now once again reiterating his desire to see a "pansexual" Spidey on the big screen... - JoshWilding
Everyone seems to be talking about the future of superhero movies these days, and now former Peter Parker Andrew Garfield has weighed in on the subject with some very interesting thoughts on where they're going. He also reveals his surprising role in The Amazing Spider-Man 2's ending... - JoshWilding
Many people comicbook properties near and dear to them. In a time where comicbook movie adaptations make drastic changes to characters, will we see Spider-Man be next? Many rumors have been circulating the web about Marvel Studios first crack at Spider-Man, but what if there is a huge possiblity we haven't been seeing? - failwhale34
Our Final Entry in the Fan Series! Let me know what you think! - AlexHunter
Steady on Emma! I mean nobody was thrilled with The Amazing Spider-Man 2 but that might be going a bit far. The ever-awesome Emma Thompson (Harry Potter, Remains of The Day, Love Actually) has chimed in on the whole "superhero fatigue" discussion... - RorMachine