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There have been plenty of details from Marvel president Kevin Feige recently, and today he has discussed the commencement of shooting on a number of Phase Three projects; plus, get an update on the production of Captain America: Civil War.
The head of Marvel Studios now talks about how he and Sony are deciding which villain Spider-Man will take on in the new standalone movie, and he also praises the reboot's new star, Tom Holland.
Teasing "big reveals" in the Guardians of the Galaxy sequel and a "simple story" in Captain America: Civil War, Kevin Feige also reveals when we should find out who will be directing Thor: Ragnarok.
Are you a fan of The Breakfast Club? Good, then you're going to love what Kevin Feige has planned for Marvel's upcoming Spider-Man reboot! Feige recently praised the strength of Spidey's supporting cast (including his villains) and teased some new rogues down the line...
Reiterating the fact that Sony's 2017 Spider-Man movie will most definitely take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kevin Feige explains here how Peter Parker will relate to The Avengers; in fact, it sounds like they're turning to the early Stan Lee/Steve Ditko comics for inspiration...
The other day Marvel and Sony finally announced the young actor they'd chosen to step into the webs of Peter Parker in the latest Spider-Man reboot. As usual, Boss Logic is on hand with some great artwork, giving us some idea of how Tom Holland could look as the Wall Crawler...
Web-crawler is a column that collects news items that may not warrant an article of their own and combines them (like Voltron) for one super article. Check out the latest installment.
It's been reported that Tom Holland (In The Heart Of The Sea) was the only actor to screen test for the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Atlanta with Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans. Hit the jump to see what the latter had to say about the casting decision via Twitter...
Many will agree and/or disagree with Marvel/Sony’s casting decision and choice of director for the future Spider-Man franchise but here’s why I think that they've finally got it right and why the movie will work.
It took them long enough, but Marvel and Sony have finally chosen an actor to play the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Spider-Man. That will be 19 year old British thesp Tom Holland (The Impossible), but do you think they made the right choice? Here's your chance to let us know your thoughts...