If you saw Spider-Man: Homecoming and want some more answers, you’ve come to the right place. Don’t worry, this isn’t one of Rob’s FAQs, but we can still fill in some of the gaps, point out things you may have missed, and tell you everything else you need to know—with help from Homecoming’s director, star, and…
There has been a little confusion about this over the past few weeks, so let’s put this to bed. Yes, Jennifer Connelly is the voice of Spider-Man’s suit in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
The money shot used in almost all of the marketing from Spider-Man: Homecoming isn’t in the movie. You know the one: Iron Man and Spider-Man, both suited up, flying through Queens. But in a new interview, the director of the film did his best to explain why it’s missing.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is not your typical Marvel movie—and that’s exactly what makes it great.
Part of what makes Spider-Man Spider-Man is his ingenuity. His ability to make things on his own and be an independent superhero. Which is why some fans were concerned when trailers for Spider-Man Homecoming made it seem like Tony Stark did most of the work for him.
The Battle of New York at the end of The Avengers is a crucial moment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s the moment the whole world changed. And when it happened, a little boy named Peter Parker was just a few miles away in Queens.
For years, it was one of the better fan theories out there, and now it’s confirmed to be true: Peter Parker was in Iron Man 2.
Tony Stark can’t stop tinkering. That’s why anytime Iron Man shows up in a Marvel movie, he’s inevitably sporting a new suit of armor (I suppose merchandise might also play a small role.) The upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming certainly won’t be an exception, as Tony Stark has a brand new Mark XLVII suit he’ll be…
When you’re the sixth Spider-Man movie in 15 years, you better be able to distinguish yourself from what came before. In the case of Spider-Man: Homecoming, everything is different. Almost nothing you remember from the previous films will return.
One thing no one ever wants to see again is Spider-Man’s origin. We’ve got it. And maybe you didn’t get it from the trailer, but Spider-Man Homecoming is a whole new kind of Spider-Man. It’s not about his physical origin, it’s about his mental one. And the teaser poster hammers that point home.
If you were asked to do a motion-capture test as Spider-Man, what would you do? Jumps into the superhero crouch? Mime web shooting? Or would you, as actual Spider-Man Tom Holland did, breakdance?
Sporting a Jansport backpack and full Spider-Man suit, the webslinger is riding the back of a truck in a brand new series of photos from the set of Spider-Man Homecoming.
Apologies to all those with coulrophobia out there, but it seems to be a star-spangled day for scary clowns. First we learned that the new It adaptation had found its Pennywise; now we have a clip from Jon Watts’ upcoming horror film, Clown. Holy hell, literally everything about this movie looks terrifying.
“There’s no clown coming!” a frantic mom realizes during her kid’s birthday party. No problem—Dad to the rescue, grabbing a costume he randomly finds in a dusty trunk. But that’s no clown suit... it’s the skin of a demon, and it can’t be removed. Slowly, it begins to turn the wearer into a rainbow-wigged monster.
After months of speculation, Tom Holland has officially been cast as the new Spider-Man. He’ll be directed by Jon Watts in the July 28, 2017 movie reboot, which will be released in IMAX and 3D.