Wives and girlfriends of superheroes aren’t as hard-done-by as parents of superheros, but they’re a close second. Not only do they inevitably have a rough time, but everybody (including fans) hate them—which is no surprise. Each superhero girlfriend has a large number of factors working against her.
No matter what else went wrong with the Amazing Spider-Man movies, Andrew Garfield’s passion for the character was never in doubt. Unfortunately, along with being deeply invested in something comes the opportunity to be deeply let down.
If Dennis Leary is to be believed, there was a plot in development for Amazing Spider-Man 3 which would have made it possible for any and all characters to return. Now, usually, if a plot can be described as “undeadifying” people, that’s a bad thing. Here? Maybe not.
I'll be frank. I did not enjoy The Spider-Verse, in which several Spider-Men fought a whole family of Morluns, for several issues. Parker's been returned to his own universe, to resume our regularly-scheduled programming. I couldn't be happier to see it actually happening.
That's right, Monday's news that Sony would let Marvel Studios borrow Spider-Man for their Cinematic Universe in exchange for a wee bit of help making Spidey movies that don't suck, has taken the nerd-o-sphere by storm. You wrote so many letters I was forced to do make all-Spidey special edition of the mailbag. Thwip!
When we last checked in with Dan Slott's epic Spider-Verse event, he had just brought Supaidaman, star of the completely insane Japanese live-action TV show from the '70s, and his giant robot Leopardon into the Marvel Universe. Let's see what's new in — oh my god.
The recent Sony hack has given some insight into just how unsure Sony is about its Spider-Man franchise, but whatever happens next, here's hoping they know how to show Peter Parker and Spider-Man on the big screen.
New rumours surrounding Sony say that any potential deal between them and Marvel for Spider-Man movies á la MCU would see the end of Andrew Garfield's time as Peter Parker. But why ditch one of the few great things to come from Sony's mishandling of the Spider-Man franchise?
Sometimes our favorite movies and TV shows feature some hideously ridiculous dialogue. And this nonsensical and melodramatic speech is part of why some movies are such a guilty pleasure. Here are the 10 awesomest lines of unintentionally funny dialogue from science fiction and fantasy movies and television.
Todd McFarlane's cover to The Amazing Spider-Man #300 is one of the most recognisable comic book covers in History - and now the original artwork is going to auction, and expected to fetch a pretty penny.
Do you have still have some of that salt from yesterday's rumors? Then pull it back out because word is that Sony may be discussing the possibility of sharing Spider-Man with Marvel, so both companies can make movies starring the webslinger. But here's why you don't need to consider Spidey an Avenger just yet.
Forget the Sinister Six; if Andrew Garfield is correct, Spider-Man's most dangerous foes may be Sony executives. The star says the reason Amazing Spider-Man 2 flopped is because of interference from the studio, which removed too much of the story and left the movie a bit of a mess.
Donald Glover got to voice one Spider-Man, Miles Morales, but he also turns up in The Amazing Spider-Man in a very small way. Even Peter Parker is a Glover fan.
Looking forward to the Sinister Six movie? Then Sony would like you to know that if you buy the DVD or Blu-ray of Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie at Target, you'll get a special disc with a featurette that previews the villain-centric film in a hilariously uninformative way.
Could the first major, modern female-starring superhero movie come from the Spider-Man universe? It will if Sony has its way. Deadline reports the studio is readying a superheoine-led movie for 2017, after 2016's Sinister Six film — although who it will star is anybody's guess.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 had its issues, but the sudden, inexplicable reappearance of Peter Parker's dad was not one of them. That's because this alternate ending, in which the elder Parker accosts his son at Gwen Stacy's grave, wasn't used — which was probably for the best.
Looks like those rumors that Sony was concerned about the Amazing Spider-Man movie series weren't entirely unfounded. Sony has just announced that Amazing Spider-Man 3 will be delayed two years, until 2018... but that the Sinister Six movie will now premiere on November 11th, 2016.
We may know who Adam Driver's playing in Star Wars after all. Check out another Lucy trailer. There's another hint that the Amazing Spider-Man sequelscould involve the Clone Saga. And season two of Sleepy Hollow is going to be much bigger. Spoilers now!
If you've seen Amazing Spider-Man 2, you might know that the movie has a few issues. We've just discovered a new one, and it's very possibly the most infuriating nonsense yet. Remember the clichéd German mad scientist named Kafka who tortures Elektro? Well, that's actually supposed to be a heroic female scientist, a…