SPIDER MAN FAR FROM HOME Never Doing That Again Trailer (NEW 2019) Marvel Movie HD

SPIDER MAN FAR FROM HOME Never Doing That Again Trailer (NEW 2019) Marvel Movie HD
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2019-06-26 10:28:03

SPIDER MAN FAR FROM HOME “Hydro Man VS Mysterio” Full Fight (NEW 2019) 4K ULTRA Movie HD

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2019-06-20 10:35:03

SPIDER-MAN FAR FROM HOME “Superhero Landing” Trailer (NEW 2019) Marvel Movie HD

SPIDER-MAN FAR FROM HOME “Superhero Landing” Trailer (NEW 2019) Marvel Movie HD
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2019-06-18 14:13:22

SPIDER-MAN FAR FROM HOME “MJ knows Peter’s Secret” Trailer (NEW 2019) Marvel Superhero Movie HD

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2019-06-13 15:11:30

SPIDER-MAN FAR FROM HOME Trailer # 3 (NEW, 2019) Marvel Movie HD

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2019-05-24 12:32:26

SPIDER-MAN FAR FROM HOME Official Trailer # 2 (2019) Tom Holland Movie HD

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2019-05-06 13:05:47

Spider-Man Meets Mysterio In New Far From Home Image

Tom Holland’s Spider-Man meets a new potential ally in Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) in a new image from Spider-Man: Far From Home. All the attention for the Marvel Cinematic Universe is currently on the debut of Avengers: Endgame in theaters, and while fans around the world are just now beginning to experience the film, Phase 3 is not yet over. As Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige recently revealed, Spider-Man: Far From Home is actually the end of Phase 3, and it will hit theaters in just over two months.

The sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming sees Peter Parker go on an overseas summer vacation with his friends. It has previously been said that the film picks up just minutes after Avengers: Endgame, meaning it should be the first insight into the MCU after however the newly released blockbuster ends. The first trailer for Far From Home, though, suggests that it will not be an easy time for Peter. He wants to take a break from being a hero right now and just enjoy the summer, but is then recruited by Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) to fight The Elementals with the help of magician Quentin Beck aka Mysterio.

Related: Sorry, Avengers: Infinity War Didn’t Set Up Spider-Man: Far From Home

Although Mysterio is traditionally a villain to Spider-Man in the comics, Spider-Man: Far From Home is making him a hero (or at least that is what the cast and crew are saying in the press so far). The aforementioned trailer showed Mysterio fighting Hydro-Man, one of The Elementals, and appeared to save Peter in the process. Now in a new image from EW, the two heroes come face to face.

The possible first true encounter between Spider-Man and Mysterio is a big moment that fans of Marvel comics have been waiting to see, but it also confirms a major plot point for the movie. This photo confirms that Mysterio will know of Spider-Man’s true identity, which could come back to haunt Peter if Quentin does become a villain. The duo will reportedly quickly spark a friendship and director Jon Watts said that Mysterio will be the “cool uncle” to Peter when compared to Tony Stark being his mentor in Homecoming, which could make such a turn all the more difficult for Peter to accept.

The photo also gives us an incredibly detailed look at Mysterio’s costume, and the translation to the big screen is just as magnificent as fans of the comics have been hoping for. Additionally, the photo includes Numan Acar in the background, who is rumored to possibly be playing fellow Spidey villain Chameleon. The location of the meeting could potentially be the base of Mysterio and Chameleon, or at least a hiding spot. Regardless, it will be fascinating to see how Spider-Man and Mysterio’s relationship evolves from this point on in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

MORE: Spider-Man Theory: Far From Home’s Mysterio Is From The Multiverse

Source: EW

2019-04-25 12:04:15

Cooper Hood

Unofficial Avengers Magazine Puts Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man on the Cover

An unofficial Avengers: Endgame magazine includes Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man in their hero line-up. In less than a week, Marvel Studios’ culminating movie will finally hit theaters and as its release inches near, marketing for the project is ramping up. But an unauthorized publication that released their guide for the film mistakenly used Maguire’s version of the character instead of Tom Holland’s who’s currently portraying the character.

The first actor to portray the web-slinging hero on the big screen, Maguire played the iconic Marvel hero three times in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy in the 2000s. The films were positively received in general with Spider-Man 2 still a favorite for a lot of loyal supporters. Following a disappointing Spider-Man 3 from 2007, the actor hung up the suit, with Andrew Garfield picking up the mantle for Sony’s reboot in The Amazing Spider-Man from 2012. The British thespian eventually left the role in after  2014’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Now, Holland brings the hero to life in the MCU. But despite a couple of iterations, it appears that one outlet didn’t get the memo about the character going through actor switches.

Related: Endgame Poster Highlights Original Avengers & Their Dusted Counterparts

Shared on Reddit by a user with the handle JoshuaForLong is the cover of Hollywood Spotlight Magazine. For their latest issue, they feature “The Ultimate Guide to the Avengers” in light of the upcoming release of Endgame. At first glance, it looks like any other magazine covering the upcoming film but long-time fans will notice some minor mistakes in their cover photo. First, the heroes’ photos are outdated. Thor’s look is all the way from 2013’s Thor: The Dark World, Black Widow’s is from 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, while Groot remains to be an infant as seen in 2017’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. But arguably, its biggest miss is including Maguire’s version of Spider-Man in their line-up. Check out the cover photo below:

The magazine included the disclaimer that says it “has not been licensed or approved by the owners of the Avengers characters or entertainment properties,” which is probably why they’re unable to use the updated looks for the heroes. Then again, they’re able to include a promo image of Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel for her origin film last month. Granted that she has an updated aesthetic for Endgame, the photo she used of her is still fairly new. What’s interesting now is whether or not there were some restrictions that hindered the outlet to use official photos for the Phase 3 capper or they just didn’t think much about it.

While it’s understandable to switch different versions of Spider-Man considering that the character has his mask on in the image, it’s peculiar to come out with an “Ultimate Guide” and miss this kind of detail. Holland has been playing the character since 2016’s Captain America: Civil War and has replied the role two more times in Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Infinity War and he’s tipped to return in Spider-Man: Far From Home. It’s still unclear if he’ll appear in Avengers: Endgame, but he’s expected to. Considering what the outlet is advertising on their cover, fans would expect that they have accurate details, but this mistake only makes it more questionable.

More: Thanos Wants to Destroy Earth (Not Balance It) in Endgame TV Ad

Source: JoshuaForLong

2019-04-22 06:04:01

Ana Dumaraog

Spider-Man: Far From Home Is The Last MCU Phase 3 Movie, Not Endgame

Marvel’s Kevin Feige has revealed that he considers Spider-Man: Far From Home to be the end of Phase 3. Although the wall-crawler was one of Thanos’ many victims in Avengers: Infinity War, it’s long been an open secret that he’ll be coming back. As far back as June 2017, Marvel figures were confirming that the next Spider-Man film would be set minutes after Avengers: Endgame.

Spider-Man: Far From Home had generally been viewed as the first film of Phase 4, launching the future of the MCU. Indeed, Kevin Feige himself had seemed to suggest that was the case, telling viewers he wanted the highly-relatable Peter Parker to be the one to hold their hands and guide them into what he called the next incarnation of the MCU.

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

However, it looks as though plans have changed a little. Speaking with a reporter at a fan event in Shanghai, Kevin Feige was asked about Spider-Man: Far From Home. As always, Feige is secretive in his response, but the little he did say will make fans sit up and take note. “It’s the end of the third phase,” he observed. “You’re the first one I’ve told that to.

This makes perfect sense in terms of the overall narrative of the MCU. Avengers: Endgame is the climax of the MCU to date, an event movie that’s frankly unparalleled in the history of cinema. While Thanos is sure to be defeated, there will be massive consequences for Marvel’s entire shared universe, and Spider-Man: Far From Home is set to explore these. Feige’s comments essentially turn the next Spider-Man movie into an extended epilogue for Avengers: Endgame.

Fans generally assume that each MCU phase will end with an Avengers film, but that’s not necessarily the case. It’s true that Phase 1 ended with The Avengers, but that was largely because Marvel was taking a gamble with the whole shared universe model at that time; had The Avengers failed, the whole idea would have fallen apart. With Phase 1 a success, Marvel actually ended Phase 2 with Ant-Man. At least Spider-Man: Far From Home will make a more logical conclusion to one of the phases.

Curiously, this announcement does mean the future of the MCU is a whole lot more unclear than we had previously been thought. Feige is keeping his post-Phase 3 plans under wraps; Marvel is known to be pushing ahead with both Black Widow and The Eternals, but neither of those projects have been officially announced. Spider-Man: Far From Home, however, had been considered the only confirmed movie in Phase 4, but now it turns out that isn’t the case after all.

More: Marvel Will Announce Phase 4 Plans After Spider-Man: Far From Home

Source: YouTube

2019-04-20 10:04:20

Thomas Bacon

Marvel Skipping Spider-Man’s Origin Story Was The Best Move In Homecoming

Marvel skipped Spider-Man’s origin in Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming – and it was a smart move for the House of Ideas. Marvel has never been particularly keen on doing a rinse-and-repeat of stories and ideas that have already appeared on the big screen. That’s not been a problem with most of their characters – Robert Downey Jr. is the definitive Iron Man, after all – but with Spider-Man it was something of an issue.

Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 had drastically underperformed at the box office, and critical responses had forced Sony to (temporarily) shelve their plans to build a cinematic universe out of the Spider-Man franchise. That led Marvel and Sony to strike an unprecedented deal that brought the wall-crawler into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Marvel was clear that they wanted to relaunch the franchise once again, which meant letting Andrew Garfield go, but it meant the studio was launching the third cinematic version of Spider-Man since the year 2002.

Related: Every Way Spider-Man’s Spider-Sense Is Shown On-Screen

Marvel went to great effort to differentiate their Spider-Man from either Andrew Garfield’s or Tobey Maguire’s. They cast Tom Holland as a young Peter Parker at high school, they stressed the dynamic between their new Spider-Man and the other heroes of the MCU, and they even chose to represent some of his powers slightly differently. But the most notable difference between this iteration of Spider-Man and the previous ones was the decision to avoid re-telling Spider-Man’s origin story.

  • This Page: Spider-Man’s Origin Story Told Time & Again
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Stop us if you’ve heard this before: a teenage boy gets bitten by a radioactive spider and develops incredible super-powers. At first he uses these powers for his own benefit, becoming a wrestler, and he becomes increasingly selfish. Then, in a tragic twist of fate, the teen’s uncle is shot by a criminal who he could have stopped earlier. He’s forced to learn a painful lesson; with great power must come great responsibility.

Everybody knows the broad strokes of Spider-Man’s origin. That’s the tale as told by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko all the way back in 1962; it’s been retold in countless popular animated shows, and it’s even been adapted twice for the big screen. One version was told in Spider-Man in 2002, and a revised one a decade later in The Amazing Spider-Man. The story beats have been absorbed into popular culture, in the same kind of way even a non-superhero fan tends to know Superman was sent from his dying homeworld of Krypton as a baby. Marvel always wants the MCU to feel fresh and original, and as a result they really didn’t want to repeat the same formula.

Related: The MCU’s Spider-Man Just Lost One Key Uncle Ben Connection

The MCU’s Spider-Man was introduced in Captain America: Civil War, and he’d already been operating as a superhero for several months. That single decision meant Marvel didn’t need to retread ground already explored; they could settle for just tossing in vague references, knowing that viewers would join the dots with ease. In one telling scene, Tony Stark asks this young Peter Parker why he dresses up as a superhero. “When you can do the things that I can, but you don’t,” Peter explained, “and then the bad things happen… They happen because of you.” While it clearly carried the sentiment of the famous “power and responsibility” speech, it was a very different way of putting it. In fact, where Uncle Ben’s ghost pretty much haunted the previous Spider-Men, the MCU’s Ben Parker will get his very first mention in Spider-Man: Far From Home, the fifth movie featuring Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. The trailers have already shown Peter traveling with his uncle’s suitcase, literally the first explicit nod to Ben Parker in the MCU to date.

Page 2 of 2: Spider-Man’s Origin Is A Smart Secret

But there’s another reason Marvel has chosen not to tell Spider-Man’s origin story again; it’s because they’re well aware people will think they know it, and as a result the studio can take audiences by surprise if they switch things up. As Kevin Feige explained in an interview with Cinema Blend:

“The truth is, we want audiences to bring their own… let them fill in those blanks right now. They’ve seen the other films. They’ve read comics. They can fill that in. That was a very purposeful decision we made to not retread that ground. There are little things that are said here and there that people can read into. What the specific facts are in the past, we don’t… we haven’t revealed yet.”

The significance of all this becomes clear when viewers stop to ask themselves a few key questions. Where did the radioactive spider come from? In the original comics, the spider happened to dangle in front of an experiment, and its body was suffused with mysterious energy. Dying, the spider fell towards the ground, and landed on Peter Parker’s outstretched hand. Reflexively, it bit, injecting its venom into his bloodstream, and thus creating Spider-Man. That’s the traditional origin, but it’s actually been reworked a number of times in the comics. One story arc suggested the spider was destined to bite Peter, transforming him into a mystic “Spider Totem.” It was always going to bite him, and the radiation was an accident that simply complicated things. In the Ultimate Comics version, a modernized retelling of the Marvel Universe, the spiders had been genetically engineered by Norman Osborn in order to create super-soldiers. One escaped, and bit Peter Parker when he was visiting OsCorp on a school trip. Between these three very different options, the comics allow Marvel Studios a lot of leeway. And they could even choose to do something completely fresh and new – should they ever wish to.

Related: Sony’s Three Spider-Man Movie Universes Explained

Another question: Did the spider bite only Peter, or did it go on to bite someone else as well before it died? During the “Original Sin” event in the comics, writer Dan Slott revealed that another of Peter’s classmates was also bitten by the spider. Cindy Moon was quickly ferried away by Ezekiel, a man who understood the power of the Spider Totems and who feared she would draw the attention of an interdimensional race known as the Inheritors. When Peter learned of Cindy’s existence, he broke her out, and she became the superhero Silk. Tiffany Espensen plays one of Peter’s classmates, Cindy, in the MCU – and she’s the spitting image of Silk. Cindy has yet to demonstrate any super-powers, but that could change in a future movie. Again, the fact Marvel hasn’t shown the spider-bite means the spider could easily have survived long enough to create more superhumans.

And are there any other spiders? If the MCU’s spider was an accident, then it’s unlikely to be repeated. If it was created, as in the Ultimate Universe, then the odds are good that there are other radioactive spiders out there. In the Ultimate Comics, another spider escaped OsCorp, and it eventually found its way to a teenager called Miles Morales. Miles became the Ultimate Spider-Man, one of Marvel’s most popular teen heroes, and the star of Sony’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. He’s already been confirmed to be part of the MCU, meaning the potential is there for him to be introduced as another superhero further down the line. It all depends on just what happened.

By concealing Spider-Man’s origin, Marvel ensured they had the maximum room to maneuver. They could effortlessly write OsCorp, Norman Osborn, and the Green Goblin into Spider-Man’s backstory, and nobody would bat an eye. They could set up superheroes like Silk and Miles Morales’ Spider-Man, and it would all feel natural and organic. It really was a smart move on Marvel’s part.

More: Brian Bendis: Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse Interview

2019-04-20 08:04:28

Thomas Bacon