Tonight is the 91st Annual Academy Awards! And all day today we’ll be bringing you a rundown of each category as well as reviews of the nominated films. Next up, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Last weekend saw the release of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the first animated Spider-Man film. As with every superhero nowadays, the film featured a post credits scene. We’ve got the details on it and why it may be important moving forward.
Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse is officially in theaters, check out our thoughts here!
After nearly 20 years and eight films featuring everyone’s favorite wall-crawler, Spider-Man is coming to theaters in animated form this weekend. We’ve got all the details on the film and various versions of the character involved.
(In honor of the release of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Eric is looking back at the previous Spider-Man films. Today we finish things out with a look at Spider-Man: Homecoming.)
(In honor of the release of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Eric is looking back at the previous Spider-Man films. Today we continue with the sequel to the first Spider-Man reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man 2.)
(In honor of the release of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Eric is looking back at the previous Spider-Man films. Today we start with the original Trilogy directed by Sam Raimi and starring Tobey Maguire.)
This weekend Sony Pictures released Venom in theaters. The first in their attempt at a cinematic universe set around the supporting cast of the Spider-Man universe. You can check out our review here. If you saw the film you may be wondering what the two credit scenes were all about. We’ve got ya covered. Be warned, spoilers ahead.
This past weekend Sony released Venom. The film, directed by Ruben Fleischer and written by Jeff Pinkner & Scott Rosenerg and Kelly Marcel, stars Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock, an investigative reporter who bonds with an alien symbiote and becomes a super powered anti-hero. This is Sony’s first attempt at releasing a film featuring the supporting characters of the Spider-Man universe, without the web-head himself. The success of this film will help determine the plans for a potential cinematic universe. The problem is, while the film had a great opening weekend, it’s hard to view it as anything more than something that had potential.
This week Sony releases the Spider-Man spinoff film, Venom. Sony owns the rights to Spider-Man and his vast library of supporting characters and villains. This film is the first attempt at expanding their own Spider-Man Cinematic Universe. As of now the film doesn’t connect to the Spider-Man we’ve seen in the MCU played by Tom Holland. So who is Venom, and what makes him worthy of his own film? Diving into the history of the character today, we’re looking at his comic book background and where he’s been seen before.