Things aren’t going to get any easier for Peter Parker based upon the latest poster reveal for Spider-Man: Far From Home.
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Jon Watts explains why he wanted Mysterio in the upcoming Spider-Man sequel and sheds some light on the elementals as well.
The sequel swings in on July 2
Eric Carroll explains why J. Jonah Jameson and company haven’t shown up yet in Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man films.
The new trailer for Spider-Man’s latest solo go-around has drawn in some big numbers — and that could be good news for Sony this summer.
Jake Gyllenhaal comes from another Earth in the film…
The sequel arrives this July from Sony and Marvel Studios
The co-director of the summer blockbuster discusses how Peter Parker’s return will affect his forthcoming solo adventure.
The creative producers behind last year’s hit animated film are about to bring their talent to some projects on the small screen.
The co-director of the hit animated film explains how a crucial character could come back, and even stronger than ever before.
The new film swings into theaters this July!
Sony Pictures has announced in a recent press release that Spider-Man: Far From Home release date has been moved up to July 2.
Spider-Man and Ms. Marvel’s personal lives are about to collide as Marvel relaunches its newest volume of Marvel Team-Up.
A new interview with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’s VFX supervisor and head character animator reveals how the film’s Oscar-winning visuals came to fruiition.
The wall-crawler returns to theaters this summer!
Spidey will be donning a brand new suit when he headlines his own attractions at Disneyland’s California and Paris locations later this year.
A couple of leaked Lego sets may have confirmed two key villains coming to the latest Spider-Man film, set to premiere this summer. But how do they tie in with Mysterio?
The long-running Amazing Spider-Man comic book strip is losing its creative team and going into repeats before a potential relaunch.
92-year-old artist Joe Sinnott announced his retirement and released his last effort at The Amazing Spider-Man Sunday strip.
A Sony executive promises that the company is planning out “seven or eight years” of Spider-Man related films and TV shows.