Spider-Man

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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Back in May, The Sinister Six was moving along rather nicely, and we now know who both Drew Goddard and Sony execs wanted to fill some key roles. Tom Hardy as Sandman? Emily Blunt as Scorpion Scorpia? Hit the jump for all of their good, bad, and laughable suggestions...
With recent rumors regarding Spider-Man "coming home," I, Dave "Gold" Khanlark, have decided it was time to share a (rough) outline, on how I think Marvel Studios should tackle the best superhero of all-time. Hit the jump to check it out!
We've been browsing through more of the "Sony Hack" emails, and they reveal discussions about putting Shailene Woodley back in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to boost low test screening scores, and some seemingly derogatory comments aimed at director Marc Webb...
If you didn't know Jessica Jones' teenage life, then wait 'till you find out where she went to school...
How will the deal work between Marvel and Sony? Which movies will Spider-Man appear in? Who will write and direct the wallcrawler's first Marvel Studios produced solo outing? How much of a loss did The Amazing Spider-Man 2 make? All those details and more can be found here...
Ever since the mysterious "Man In The Shadows" first appeared in 2012's THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, there was mass speculation as to who this character is. Now that the mystery is over, here is my theory on what role he brings in the future sequels...
I believe Joss Whedon will direct Sony/Marvel next Spiderman movie and I didn't have to hack their emails to figure it out.
In an email from 2012, Marvel President Alan Fine explains to Tom Cohen (Marvel's VP of Production who acts as an intermediary between them and Sony) all of the problems with The Amazing Spider-Man 2. "I wanted to burn the draft after I read it, never mind thinking about buying the DVD."
A terrifying family called the Inheritors is traveling around the multiverse feasting on the life-essence of Spider-people. A group Of Spiders who have bound together to fight the Inheritors sought out Peter Parker, the only spider who ever defeated an Inheritor.
The Amazing Spider-Man discovered that a second team of Spiders had been assembled by the Superior Spider-Man (Doc Ock in The Amazing Spider-Man's brain), but even their combined forces were not enough to fend off a surprise attack from the Inheritor family! The Spiders were scattered on missions across the multiverse; meanwhile, Superior Spider-Man declared himself leader of those that remain.
There's been a lot of talk about the Spider-Man franchise, but regardless of how you look at it, it seems fair to say that only Marvel Studios can save this iconic Marvel superhero from receiving the same fate as characters like Ghost Rider and The Punisher. Here's my in-depth take on why that is...
Another email discussing Sony and Marvel's plans for Spider-Man if he is to be included in the Marvel cinematic universe has been uncovered. In it, Marvel wants Spidey to appear in their Avengers: Infinity War movies and to send him back to high school.
"Sony Hack" emails and a number of other recent reports have indicated that Andrew Garfield's time as Spider-Man has prematurely come to an end. Do you think he should get another chance - potentially in the Marvel Cinematic Universe - or is it time to recast?
The "Sony Hack" scandal is showing no signs of slowing down, and now a spreadsheet has apparently found its way online full of the characters Sony are unable to use in future movies and those Marvel have "frozen" to keep off the big screen. Hit the jump for a selection of some of the best...
Sony's Sinister Six movie looks to be inching closer to reality with 2 Spidey films in Sony's release slate. What does this entail for Andrew Garfield and the Spider-Man franchise?
While there's still every chance that Spider-Man could end up joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a new report claims that the ship has sailed and work is now moving ahead on a Captain America: Civil War which will not include Peter Parker. Hit the jump for details on that and more!
The Weekly Planet team break down news of Star Wars, Kong: Skull Island, Mad Max, Indiana Jones & we take a look at the whole Sony/Spider-man hack debacle. Plus we discuss the mid season finales for Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D, The Flash & Arrow! Hit the jump top support the show.
Given the recent leak from Sony, a lot of ideas have floated around on what to do with the next Spider-Man movies. From the MCU, to rebooting, to even continuing the plans of the Sinister Six; everything seems to go on a steep hill from here. Here I present the ideas floating around, the pros and cons, and finally my personal opinion on where they should go from here.
It's finally awards season and after a strong year of CBMs, it's no surprise to see many of them in final considerations for a variety of gongs including Hollywood's top prize, an Academy Award. The shortlist for Makeup & Hairstyling was just unveiled featuring a few familiar faces..
As new information continues to be released from the Sony hack many sites have taken to reporting the data which includes Marvel Studios and Sony negotiations. Now a letter from Sony warns news sites to delete the stolen data.
Discussion about the talks between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures to include Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Is the Sony exec on her way out after the now infamous "Sony hack"?
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 director Marc Webb and costume designer Deborah Lynn Scott touted a new and improved Spidey costume before the film came out. They seemed most excited about a built-in MP3 player, but it was canned. Here it is!
A new report claims that a meeting will take place between Marvel Studios and Sony early next year, with Spider-Man making his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut shortly after if things work out. However, Kevin Feige is determined to make some behind-the-scenes changes...
Studio interference never really allowed Marc Webb to bring his vision for The Amazing Spider-Man to life, but if Sony decide not to reboot, they'll be bringing in a new team of filmmakers for the third instalment of the franchise. Is everything finally going to be awesome for Spidey?
In "Sony Hack" emails from early October, we learn more about how Spider-Man's appearance in Captain America: Civil War would have had an impact on his solo movies, and the ridiculous sounding plans for a shared Spider-Man universe similar to that of Marvel's! Read on for details...