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Sony’s new animated film is going to be showcasing the Miles Morales web slinger but don’t believe he’s the only one.
If you've been anxiously awaiting your first glimpse at the new Spider-Man movie, after his incredible debut in Captain America: Civil War, it looks like your chance is coming up...At least according to a new rumor making the rounds.
Rejoice, we are finally getting Jon Favreau back to the MCU, but unfortunately not as the acclaimed director we have been waiting to see again.
While everyone has been expecting it, it looks like Robert Downey Jr. has closed a deal to reprise his Iron Man role in Sony's upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming.
It's Friday and that means it's time for an all new episode of The Recap, bringing you the biggest news stories from around the movie and gaming world that happened throughout the week. This week's episode features New Mutants, Wall-Crawlers, and info on a new Star Wars documentary.
Rumors have swirled for a while now about who will be taking on the role of the wall-crawler for Sony/Marvel's new Spider-Man endeavor, and it looks like the search is over with deals being worked out now. Come inside to learn more.
During their CinemaCon presentation, Sony Pictures announced they're developing an animated Spider-Man feature film with Phil Lord and Chris Miller that will land in 2018, a year after their live-action revival of the webslinger. Come inside to learn more!
Some BIG things happened in the entertainment world this week, and The Recap: Powered by Cinelinx, is here to break all of it down for you in one convenient show! Come inside to watch the latest episode.
Since Sony announced that Spider-Man would be rebooted, many fans have wondered what - if there would be - the new name for the movie would become. Calling it Spider-Man wouldn't be a good idea since the original film held the same title, and they want to separate themselves from those films. With the wealth of Spider-Man comic titles out there, fans speculated and hoped the new movie title would derive from one of those. Well Sony has released a press statement that revealed the new title. Along with the press release, the movie's official website finally launched and gives fans a look at the full costume (mask and all) for a favorite wall-crawler.
Are the casting, creative choices an epic fail?
As we learn more about Sony's planned reboot of the Spider-Man franchise, the question must be asked: are we just setting ourselves up for more disappointment? Can this film possibly match the hype already surrounding it over a year and a half before it is even released?
Let's take into account where the film stands so far. That means grading each cast member announced so far, as well as a hard look at the filmmakers Sony is entrusting their comic book golden goose to.