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Disney CEO Bob Iger called while he was at a neighborhood bar with his parents
Rule number one of the bar quiz is no phones. That's non-negotiable. If you can't put your phone down for literally 10 minutes while you try not to snap at your friend who's sure that Ghana's flag doesn't have a star on it?—it does ...
 
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A Leonardo DiCaprio on-screen freak-out is worth a thousand words.
After a brief summer breakup between Sony and Disney left Tom Holland’s Spider-Man future in limbo, the two companies announced Friday that they successfully negotiated a deal to keep the character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for one more film. Holland himself seemed pretty ...
 
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Starring John Mulaney’s scene-stealing porcine web slinger, Spider-Ham.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is perhaps the best ever feature film about the web-slinging hero. And because its story revealed the existence of parallel universes and a whole variety of Spider-People, it was kind of a big Spidey love-in, featuring variants of the hero ...
 
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Despite the ongoing negotiations, Holland is sticking with the role—and already working on a sequel.
Disney’s D23 Expo was filled with exciting casting announcements, like Kit Harington’s role in Marvel’s Eternals and Ewan McGregor’s return to the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi, and trailers ranging from The Mandalorian to Lady and the Tramp. But casting a shadow over the festival of all things Disney ...
 
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Fans have shared rumors about this pre-9/11 teaser for nearly two decades
This should bring back some memories. The infamous "Twin Towers Teaser" for Sam Raimi's 2002 Spider-Man has been unearthed and restored to its former glory, sending film nerds and comic book junkies into a nostalgic uproar.Long have fans of the iconic Tobey Maguire web-slinger ...
 
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A surprise return for Dr Octopus?
A new fan theory says that we've already met the next Spider-Man villain in the recent Spider-Man: Far From Home, and that they were hiding in plain sight all the time.The theory runs thus. Late on in the film, we see a scientist-type ...
 
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Hasn't the man suffered enough?
After some well-publicized studio disagreements, the future of Spider-Man will be one devoid of a lot of the friends he’s made in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Sony own the rights to Spidey, while Disney have everything else—the contract that led to his involvement ...
 
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With Disney and Sony fighting over big money, Spidey's future is uncertain. For now.
Thanos may be a pile of dust, but The Avengers still aren’t safe from a massive extinction threat. Instead of a big purple dude, this existential risk comes in the form of studio heads waving billion dollar wads of cash over Tom ...
 
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The next phase of the MCU doesn't even need Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man.
Warning: This review contains spoilers for Spider-Man: Far From Home.Tony Stark is dead. Iron Man and the jet-fuelled charisma of Robert Downey Jr. are no longer the central propulsive forces of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A lot of characters have died and come ...
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