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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.
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.
The recent casting of the wonderful Tilda Swington as the Ancient One in Marvel's 'Doctor Strange' sparked some controversy among some fans. This is due to the fact that the character of the Ancient One is an old asian man and Swington is an white woman. Therefore, here's an analysis of the history of white-washing and racism in Hollywood movies.
Despite the similarities between Peter Parker and Barry Allen, many fans found the Amazing Spider-man series to be underwhelming. Whereas The Flash tv show is a hit. From a company to another, here are three things that Sony could learn from Cw.
Well, it looks like there is a scene we never knew about from The Amazing Spider-Man 2, courtesy of Niko Tavernise. Do you want to see what we shown in these pictures? Well come take a look and find out.
The Comic Book Guys talk the recent Spider-Man News of the Web-Head returning to the Marvel fold along with a look back into Spidey's past and what the future may hold! (WARNING: Contains Adult Language)
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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 might not have been the film we hoped it would be, but if it managed to get anything right, it's the VFX (and of course the suit). Sony Pictures Imageworks has released another VFX breakdown video giving us a better look at how they brought Spidey to life.
Video audition of Rameses Giannuzzi, 17, as Spider-Man of the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Sony Pictures Imageworks has released a new "NYC Environment and Times Square Shot Build" video for Marc Webb's widely panned film The Amazing Spider-Man 2, or as I like to call it, "The Franchise Killer." Hit the jump to check it out.
There has been much speculation on what Marvel and Sony should do with the Spider-Man reboot. Now, hear what the ArrowKnight has to say.
Hulksta here, read on for my take on a brand new Spider-Man reboot!
Check out why Spider-Man deserves to be at Marvel...
I was absolutely astonished when I heard Sony was making an Aunt May film! But now I see how this could work storywise and there is plenty of room for expansion within the Spider-Man universe introduced in TASM, hit the jump for more and witness an idea that could potentially be a major game changer!
For some unexplained reason, it wasn't revealed until after The Amazing Spider-Man 2's release that the Academy Award-nominated Felicity Jones had actually played the famous Felicia Hardy a.k.a. the Black Cat. Anyways.. come check it out as she talks about her future as the Black Cat!
Well, if recent news articles are to be believed, Spider-Man will be coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Marvel Studios and SONY will be working together, to some degree, to create the future Spider-Man reboot and sequels. The first time we will see Spider-Man in a team setting is supposedly May 1, 2018. But, how will his solo film(s) come into the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
The original post-credits scene for Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 had Norman Osborn's cryogenically frozen head as Michael Massee's enigmatic Gustav Fiers strolls through the secret Oscorp lab. Come check out the head!
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...
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..
Discussion about the talks between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures to include Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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