Ghostbusters 2020: Jason Reitman Shares BTS Cast Photo

Director Jason Reitman shares a behind-the-scenes photo for Ghostbusters 2020. Based on the 1984 franchise-starter, the new film will pick up on the original storyline that continued with the 1989 sequel. Reitman’s photo includes cast members Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, and Mckenna Grace, along with Reitman’s father, Ivan Reitman, who directed the first two Ghostbusters films. 

The original Ghostbusters stars Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Harold Ramis. They portray three purely unique parapsychologists who investigate strange occurrences at Columbia University. Both Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis have supporting roles, thus boosting the ‘80s star power in addition to the comedic nature of the film. Produced for approximately $25 to $30 million, Ghostbusters earned over $295 million at the box office. The film also earned two Oscar nominations for Best Original Song and Best Visual Effects. Ghostbusters’ main cast returned for the 1989 sequel, which also became a huge box office hit by earning over $215 million. Both films were written by Aykroyd and the late Ramis. They also feature cinematography by the iconic László Kovács (Easy Rider) and Martin Scorsese collaborator Michael Chapman (Taxi Driver, Raging Bull). 

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On Twitter, Reitman posted a behind-the-scenes photo for Ghostbusters 2020, thus officially acknowledging the commencement of production. In the colorful image, Grace smiles while holding a production slate, with crew members visible in the background. Cast members Coon and Wolfhard appear center-frame, and also bear ear-to-ear smiles. Ivan Reitman appears on the far left, with his son, Jason, on the opposite side next to an ARRIHead camera. The photo is captioned with “The Family’s All Here #GB20.” Check out Reitman’s Tweet below. 

In 2016, Ivan Reitman co-produced a franchise reboot entitled Ghostbusters: Answer the Call. Featuring an all-female main cast including Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones, the film is regarded as a flop given its massive budget at $144 million and $229 million box office take. Sony initially scheduled a sequel, only to scrap the plans. In January 2019, Jason Reitman announced his Ghostbusters movie would stay faithful to the original series with a third franchise installment. On July 12, Reitman teased Ghostbusters 2020 with an image of the Ecto-1 vehicle.

The main Ghostbusters 2020 cast doesn’t scream out comedy, but the addition of Paul Rudd will certainly help. However, Wolfhard’s Stranger Things fanbase will undoubtedly flock to theaters to see the new movie, and Coon brings an extraordinary amount of performative polish to the film. Meanwhile, Grace has already accumulated an impressive resume at only 13 year old, appearing in high-profile productions like Ready Player One, Captain Marvel, Annabelle Comes Home, The Haunting of Hill House, and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Ghostbusters 2020 is scheduled for a July 10, 2020 release.

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2019-07-13 08:07:41

Q.V. Hough

The Lighthouse First Look Photo: The Director of The Witch is Back

Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson boast some impressive facial hair in the first-look photo from Robert Eggers’ new horror film, The Lighthouse. It’s been a few years now since Eggers broke out onto the scene with his feature debut, The Witch. Fully titled The Witch: A New England Folktale, the drama earned a whole ton of buzz at Sundance in 2015 and is still ranked among the best horror movies of the decade by many genre buffs. It also made a star out of Anya-Taylor Joy, before she went on to appear in M. Night Shymalan’s Split and Glass.

However, like a lot of arthouse horror offerings, The Witch struggled to cross over into the mainstream. It didn’t need to, fortunately, and ultimately grossed ten times its $4 million budget at the global box office. While Eggers reportedly still wants to reunite with Taylor-Joy on a remake of the silent vampire classic Nosferatu, his sophomore effort will take on the form of an original movie titled The Lighthouse. Now, A24 has begun to pull back the curtain on the film.

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While The Lighthouse doesn’t have a release date just yet, it’s been confirmed to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival as part of the Directors’ Fortnight program in May. Dafoe and Pattinson are starring in the film as (respectively) a 19th century lighthouse keeper known as Old and his younger associate. In response to the Cannes announcement, A24 released an image of the pair in the movie online. Take a look in the space below.

Among other things, The Witch was celebrated for its unsettling, tense sense of atmosphere and meticulous attention to historical detail (from its natural lighting to its archaic New England dialogue). The Lighthouse is expected to have most of the same qualities, and was shot in black and white 35 mm no less. Dafoe and Pattinson certainly have the look of working-class men who keep a lighthouse running in the 1800s down pat, based on this image alone. The film is described as a fantasy, so there’s presumably some supernatural element to the story that contributes to the harrowing, isolated nature of their existence (a la the family in The Witch).

For Pattinson, The Lighthouse marks yet another intriguing development in his evolution as a character actor. The Twilight star has left his heartthrob days firmly behind in order to play a variety of roughshod and sometimes downright repulsive characters in recent indie and/or arthouse films like Good Time, The Lost City of Z, and this month’s High Life. Similarly, The Lighthouse sits next to Midsommar on this year’s list of anticipated scary offerings from filmmakers who made their grand entrance with acclaimed, if decidedly cult horror movies in the past few years. It’s definitely one to keep an eye out for.

NEXT: 2019 Summer Movie Preview – The 20 Films to See

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2019-04-23 01:04:33

Sandy Schaefer

Walking Dead Season 1 Cast Photo Highlights Dead Characters (& Is Super Sad)

A resurfaced cast photo from The Walking Dead’s first season makes sadly clear just how many memorable characters have died on the series to date. One of The Walking Dead’s claims to fame since its very first season has been a willingness to suddenly and shockingly kill off characters, even characters that are beloved or otherwise important to the plot. The Walking Dead likely sports the biggest body count on TV today, with the possible exception of HBO’s soon to end Game of Thrones.

It’s no secret that The Walking Dead isn’t quite the mass media pop culture juggernaut it once was, with the recently finished airing ninth season sporting drastically smaller ratings numbers than seasons 5 and 6, the show’s popularity peak. That said, the show – and the overall franchise it’s spawned – remain big business, and AMC has made it clear that they have no plans to stab The Walking Dead in the brain and put it down for good anytime soon.

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Should The Walking Dead survive long enough to reach season 15 – and there’s no reason to believe it won’t – one wonders just how different the cast will look compared to that of this fall’s season 10. As it is, a newly resurfaced season 1 cast photo posted by user eilandbushxxvi on Reddit has served to starkly remind fans just how many characters have been lost in the ensuing nine seasons. Check it out below.

As is readily apparent when looking at the photo, every character in it but Norman Reedus’ Daryl Dixon is no longer part of The Walking Dead cast. Some might be quick to point out that Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes isn’t technically dead like the rest of the greyed out characters above, but he’s presumed dead by the rest of the current Walking Dead roster, and Lincoln has said Rick will never appear on the flagship series again, so he might as well be deceased in this context. The absence of Melissa McBride’s Carol – also still alive heading toward season 10 – is also readily noticeable, although it’s possible she took the photo, or just ended up cropped out of this version.

The really sad thing about the season 1 photo above is that it doesn’t scratch the surface of Walking Dead’s total character body count. Many major characters introduced since season 1 have also met their makers, such as the late Scott Wilson’s Hershel Greene, Michael Cudlitz’s Abraham Ford, and Tom Payne’s Jesus. Season 9 alone played host to many shocking deaths, the ramifications of which will surely continue to be felt in season 10. Down the road, it’ll be interesting to look at a cast photo for season 9, and see just how many characters are now gone.

More: Walking Dead Season 9 Made Some Shocking Choices – But They Fixed The Show

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2019-04-19 06:04:17

Michael Kennedy

RDJ Shares Alternate Version of Tony & Peter’s Photo From New Endgame Trailer

Robert Downey Jr. shares an alternate look at Tony Stark and Peter Parker’s Avengers: Endgame special look photo. In light with the release of Avengers 4‘s tickets came a brand new bonus teaser mostly composed of new footage – which included a brief glance of Tony looking at a framed snap of him and his mentee upon the latter’s completion of the Stark internship. The split-second shot perfectly encapsulated the two’s dynamic, but there’s another version of the image that insinuates quite a different message.

Tony paved the way for Peter to join the bigger superhero world that exists with the Avengers in Captain America: Civil War. From the get-go, it’s clear that the two have a great dynamic so it wasn’t surprising that Iron Man, albeit reluctantly, became Spider-Man’s unofficial mentor. Marvel Studios efficiently fleshed out their relationship over the course of two films before events of Avengers: Infinity War rolled out, making Spider-Man’s death in the arms of Tony much more impactful. And the Endgame special look reminded fans of Tony’s trauma by featuring him staring at his and Peter goofing around for a snap.

Related: Thanos Proclaims He Won In New Avengers: Endgame TV Spot

A different shot of the image, however, makes its way online thanks to Downey sharing it on his official Instagram account. In his upload, Stark looks less enthusiastic about posing with Peter, while his mentee sheepishly grins. The plaque they’re holding is also upside down like how it is in Endgame‘s official teaser. The actor captioned his post “we are stoked,” check the image below:

There’s still no clarity when it comes to how Endgame could pan out with Disney’s trailers barely giving anything plot-wise. Add to that directors Joe and Anthony Russo admitted to footage manipulation in trailers to throw off fans from figuring out what’s going to happen in the film, and it makes it much more difficult to build theories based on what’s in these trailers. But with Spider-Man: Far From Home coming in two months after Avengers 4 with Peter teaming up with Nick Fury (who also disintegrated), fans are assured that Tony and the rest of the surviving heroes will be able to find a way to defeat Thanos and restore peace and order in the universe. Whether or not that means Iron Man survives the debacle is an entirely new conversation however. It’s also curious how Peter’s experience during this whole debacle will affect him moving forward.

Tony’s fight against Thanos has always been personal. The Mad Titan’s existence and the idea that he can launch another attack on Earth since the Battle of New York psychologically tortured him for years. But having Peter die in front of him because of the villain took it on another level, making him motivated now more than ever to make sure that Thanos pays for his sins. Since not much is known regarding Avengers: Endgame, it’s curious if the Avengers are particularly striving to revive the dead heroes and bring the universe to its state pre-snap or they’re simply out to avenge the galaxy. In any case, fans can be assured that they’ll do everything they can to take down the Mad Titan whatever it takes.

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2019-04-04 09:04:02

Ana Dumaraog

Agents of SHIELD Season 6 Cast Photo: Not-Coulson Lurks, Fitz Returns

Marvel releases the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6 cast photo, featuring the return of Fitz (Iain De Caestecker) and Clark Gregg’s new character. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 5 concluded last May after a year that sent the team to the future, and to space. The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 5 finale saw agents save the world from Graviton, but they were unable to save their leader, Phil Coulson (Gregg), or fellow team member Leo Fitz. Coulson lived out the rest of his days until his fatal injury from The Avengers eventually killed him – again – off screen, and while Fitz died, the remaining agents set out to rescue a past version of Fitz from space.

As a result, the team is going to look a little different at the start of season 6. Fitz won’t be around, Mack is the new S.H.I.E.L.D. director, Deke has joined the team and Daisy and May are still processing their grief for Coulson. However, the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6 trailer confirmed Gregg will return in some form, though the exact nature of his role is unclear. Gregg himself teased he’s playing “Not Phil Coulson,” but fans can only speculate what exactly that means. Still, fans are eagerly looking forward to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6 after its year-long hiatus and now Marvel further teases the show’s return.

Related: What To Expect From Agents Of SHIELD Season 6

Producer Geoffrey Colo released a new photo of the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6 cast, which can be viewed below. The image sees all the major cast members standing around a table, seemingly recreating Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. From left to right, the photo includes Melinda May (Ming-Na Wen), Gregg’s mysterious character, Elena “Yo-Yo” Rodriguez (Natalia Cordova-Buckley), Alphonso “Mack” MacKenzie (Henry Simmons), Daisy Johnson (Chloe Bennet), Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge) and Deke Shaw (Jeff Ward). Check out the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6 cast photo:

In addition to the photo, EW reports Lou Diamond Phillips will direct the fifth episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6, reteaming with his Stargate Universe co-star Wen. Phillips joins fellow season 6 directors that include Gregg, who helmed an episode of season 5 and the season 6 premiere. Phillips said of directing an Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode:

I got the call when I was directing Fear of the Walking Dead down in Austin: ‘Would you direct an episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.?’ ‘Yeah, done.’ Instant answer, because of the world, because it’s Marvel. It’s big. It’s comic-book stuff. It’s action. It’s mythology. It’s science-fiction. It’s all of that rolled into one. And of course my old friend Ming-Na was on it. That’s crazy, that’s wonderful!

ABC hasn’t yet announced when Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6 will premiere, though it has been confirmed the show will return in May after about a year-long hiatus. It’s likely the cast will reveal the premiere date at the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. WonderCon panel this weekend. After all, the panel will screen the entire season 6 premiere episode for attendees, so even those not able to get into the panel will have something to look forward to out of the convention.

Until a premiere date is announced, fans can take heart in the fact that Marvel and ABC are kicking promotion of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6 into high gear. Of course, it still remains to be seen if Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will tie into the MCU movies, especially considering Avengers: Endgame hits theaters just before the show returns. However, even if the series stays mostly separate, fans are looking forward to the return of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and seeing what’s next for the agents.

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 6 premieres May 2019 on ABC.

Source: Geoffrey Colo/Twitter, EW

2019-03-28 12:03:35

Molly Freeman

Wonder Years Cast Reunites 26 Years After Finale in New Photo

Members of The Wonder Years cast have reunited 26 years after the series finale in a new photo. The successful ABC series ran from 1988-1993 and has gained something of a cult status among its fans, who watched child stars Fred Savage, Josh Saviano and Danica McKellar grow up as their fictional TV personas of Kevin Arnold, Paul Pfeiffer and Winnie Cooper.

Set in the turbulent days of the 1960s and uncertainty of the early 70s, The Wonder Years followed the preteen (and eventual teenage) lives of Kevin and his closest friends, Paul and Winnie. The series was narrated by Daniel Stern, who, in its later years, was enjoying the notoriety of his role as the hapless Marv in the Home Alone series. It wasn’t until The Wonder Years finished its run in 1993 that nostalgia seemed to shift from the show to its fans, creating a substantial cult following.

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It’s been quite some time since the cast has reunited in public, and a new photo courtesy of Danica McKellar’s Twitter account gives diehard fans of The Wonder Years a look at just how much McKellar, Savage and Saviano have grown in the 26 years since the series ended. The photo of the three primary stars of The Wonder Years can be seen below, along with a heartfelt caption by McKellar.

In the later years following The Wonder Years’ cancellation, fans grew frustrated with the inability of distributor StarVista to release a complete DVD set of the series. In fact, it wasn’t until 2014 that The Wonder Years got its DVD release, due to licensing issues with the extensive soundtrack that tends to accompany a series set in the 1960s and early 1970s. However, by the time the series did find its way to home video, Netflix had already incorporated it into its far more popular streaming service. As time went on, it was revealed that the reason for the show’s cancellation was not a result of public disinterest, but an issue of sexual harassment. Costume designer Monique Long had filed a sexual harassment suit against Savage and Jason Hervey (who played Kevin’s older brother Wayne), which was later settled out of court, but which apparently played a significant role in the show’s demise.

For fans of The Wonder Years, it’s perhaps somewhat disheartening to know that there will probably be no continuation of the series – a resurrection which other successful sitcoms like Arrested Development have found in the streaming video/Netflix era. However, we’re still living in the era of the reboot and if a 1990s series like Party of Five has found new ground to cover long after living through its heyday, then there’s always reason to believe that maybe a new take on The Wonder Years could also find its way to TV screens. For now, diehard fans will have to settle for the next best thing, a photo of the three key players, all grown up but still not relinquishing the friendship they’ve always shared.

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2019-02-06 09:02:27

Doctor Who Season 12 Starts Production With New Cast Photo

The twelfth season of Doctor Who is now officially in production. Season 11 of Doctor Who concluded at the beginning of the month with the show’s first New Year’s special, replacing the usual Doctor Who Christmas Special. The BBC series has been around since the 1960s, but the current Doctor is being played by actress Jodie Whittaker.

When Whittaker was first cast as the Doctor, there was a lot of backlash from fans for a variety of reasons. While the show did originally receive a lot of hate, Whittaker’s debut beat Christopher Eccleston’s record for being the most watched modern-debut, but still managed to divide fans this season. Season 11 introduced a lot of storylines that radically changed the series, such as rewriting the Time Lords’ backstory, revealing new information on the Doctor’s past and family, and even introduced Time Lord religion. Despite some not liking the new direction of the show, it looks like production has officially begun for Doctor Who season 12.

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Posting on Twitter, Doctor Who on BBC America announced that Doctor Who was back in production and even shared an image of the main cast members for season 12. The image below shows Bradley Walsh (Graham O’Brien), Mandip Gill (Yasmin Khan), Whittaker, and Tosin Cole (Ryan Sinclair) on what appears to be a filming location for the next season. The full Twitter post can be seen below.

Since production just began, there isn’t a whole lot of information about the next season of Doctor Who. As of right now, it’s been confirmed that Whittaker is returning to Doctor Who for season 12, but the series won’t return until sometime in 2020. It was once rumored that showrunner Chris Chibnall was exiting the series, but he seems to be involved with season 12 in some capacity, and even teased that the next season might have even more classic Doctor Who villains.

Given that the ratings for season 11 of Doctor Who were the highest the series has seen since 2010, it’s likely this season will continue in the new direction season 11 seemed to be taking. The liberties the series has taken this past season seem to intrigue viewers to say the least, but it’s still a mystery whether Doctor Who will continue to divide its fan base. Regardless, most people will be relieved that production on Doctor Who season 12 has started, so that BBC can keep its 2020 release date.

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2019-01-23 06:01:05

Kingsman Creator Reveals Photo of Mark Strong’s Alternate Fate in The Golden Circle

Kingsman creator Mark Millar has posted photos showing a happier alternate fate for Mark Strong’s Merlin in Kingsman: The Golden Circle. The original Kingsman was adapted from Millar’s graphic novel of the same name and found a teenager named Eggsy (Taron Egerton) training to become a member of an elite spy group.

While Kingsman: The Golden Circle was another success, it received a more mixed critical response. Whereas the first movie felt like a throwback to the colorful spy movies of the 1970s, Kingsman: The Golden Circle’s long runtime and childish sense of humor were commonly cited as two major problems. It also brought Colin Firth’s Harry Hart back to life after his fairly definitive death in the original. While Hart was a big hit with audiences who wanted to see the character return, his resurrection via some magical healing gel slightly cheapened his emotional demise. That said, he wasn’t the only major character to die in the franchise.

Related: Harry’s Return in Kingsman: The Golden Circle Explained

Kingman: The Golden Circle saw the death of another fan favorite character in Mark Strong’s Merlin, who is killed in a mine explosion. This scene is a shocking and heartbreaking moment for the characters and audience alike, but the original cut revealed Merlin actually survived this scene. He even later attended Eggsy’s wedding at the end of the film. Now, Millar has taken to Twitter to show some rare photos of a living Merlin during the final scene.

Merlin’s heroic death is considered one of the film’s highlights, but the first cut of Kingsman: The Golden Circle reveals the explosion only cost him his legs. He was supposed to crawl into the diner following the final fight scene, revealing his survival to Eggsy, and he would then be seen with prosthetic legs at the wedding. Test audiences were said to feel cheated that Merlin’s “death” was used as a cheap gag, so his demise was made permanent in the final cut.

While Kingsman: The Golden Circle didn’t receive the same critical buzz as the first film, the franchise’s future is looking strong. A prequel called Kingsman: The Great Game will star Ralph Fiennes, and will film before Egerton and Firth return for Kingsman 3. An 8-part Kingsman TV show, as well as a spinoff focused on sister organization The Statesman, are also in development, and Egerton has recently stated he’d like to take a 10-15 year break from the series following the third movie before returning to mentor a new agent in a future sequel.

More: Breaking Down The New Kingsman Shared Universe

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2019-01-13 01:01:00

Captain Marvel Photo Offers New Look At Carol In Kree Suit & Mohawk

Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser in Captain Marvel

A new image from the upcoming Captain Marvel gives fans a new look at Carol Danvers in her Kree suit with her mohawk. Captain Marvel will be the long-awaited 21st entry to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, introducing Brie Larson as the titular superhero.

Between the Captain Marvel trailers and colorful movie posters, Marvel has made it clear that Carol Danvers’ double life will play a big part in the overall story of the film. The trailers suggest that she had a normal life on Earth working as a US Air Force pilot, but shows that Danvers is struggling with remembering the exact details of these memories. To top it off, she will also try to put an end to the Kree-Skrull War. The look of her character has been seen before in the trailers, but a new image has been released showing Danvers sporting her green Kree armor – mohawk and all.

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A new image from USA Today shows off a new look for Captain Marvel with her Kree armor and iconic mohawk hairdo. There isn’t any context about the image or where the scene takes place, but it appears as though Danvers is prepared to fight someone (given her battle stance) while she is still affiliated with Starforce. The image of Larson in her Kree armor can be seen below:

Captain Marvel kree suit

Fans were surprised when first look images of Captain Marvel showed Carol Danvers in a green suit rather than her classic red, blue, and gold design. There were many theories as to why this would be, but the Marvel Cinematic Universe seems to be creating a unique storyline for the character. Captain Marvel is well known as a superhero, but before she can call herself a hero, she will start off as part of the supervillain team called Starforce, a group of Kree warriors who seem to report to Ronan the Accuser and are led by Jude Law’s mysterious character. This explains why Danvers will start off her story in a green costume before changing into her more recognizable suit. As for her mohawk, that look is pulled straight from the comic books in order to please longtime fans of the comics.

Even though this new image doesn’t really give away anything about the movie, it will still likely get fans excited for the next entry of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not only will Captain Marvel introduce a new superhero into the MCU, but the powerful hero is also thought to be the key to undoing Thanos’ destruction from Avengers: Infinity War. No matter what happens to her character in Avengers: Endgame, Marvel seems to be doing Captain Marvel justice – not only adding elements from the comics, but adding some unique narrative layers to a character that fans may not have expected.

More: Captain Marvel Theory: Jude Law is Playing TWO Comic Characters

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2019-01-03 05:01:09

Spider-Man: Far From Home First Look Photo Reveals Stealth Suit

A Spider-Man: Far From Home photo offers the first look at Tom Holland’s Peter Parker in his new stealth suit for the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel. Although Holland’s wall-crawler only joined the MCU in 2016, he’s been featured in three movies and sported as many superhero suits. There was the Stark Industries suit from Captain America: Civil War and most of Homecoming, the original low-tech Spidey suit, and the Iron Spider costume from Avengers: Infinity War.

In next year’s Spider-Man: Far From Home, Peter Parker will get not one but two new suits, both of which were seen in unofficial set photos. The first is an all-black stealth suit fans theorized was given to Spider-Man by SHIELD, and the second is a red and black suit Holland debuted himself after set photos of the costume surfaced. This weekend at CCXP in Brazil, Sony Pictures put both new Spider-Man suits on display and now the first look at Holland in the stealth suit has arrived.

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SuperBroMovies writer Daniel R debuted a Spider-Man: Far From Home still that features Holland’s Peter Parker in the stealth suit. Take a look below.

The first look photo debuted during Sony’s panel at CCXP this weekend, where the studio was rumored to be releasing the first Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer. While fans have seen a great deal from Spider-Man: Far From Home set photos, they’re still very much looking forward to official footage. After all, the last time Marvel Cinematic Universe viewers saw Spider-Man, he was disintegrating as part of Thanos’ Decimation in a truly heartbreaking scene. Though the character is supposed to return for Avengers: Endgame, it’s unclear just how much of the movie he’ll appear in. As such, Spidey fans are no doubt looking forward to Holland’s return in his solo franchise.

While this new Far From Home still doesn’t reveal the stealth suit in action like official footage would, it is the best look yet of Peter Parker donning the costume. Between this stealth suit and the new red and black one we’ve also seen Holland wear, fans of Spider-Man will get to see the wall-crawling superhero wear some cool comics-inspired suits. Beyond Spidey, though, Far From Home will also feature Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio in a comics-accurate costume, which is another aspect of the film revealed early through set photos. Still fans are eagerly looking forward to seeing an official photo of Gyllenhaal as Mysterio. Hopefully we’ll get to see Mysterio and Spidey’s new suits in action once the first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home is released.

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2018-12-08 11:12:26