Morbius’ first trailer has arrived, and while it mostly focuses on laying out the origin story of its titular vampire, it also suggests that the movie’s going to have some rather direct and significant ties to Spider-Man, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and...perhaps Sony’s excellent Spider-Man game. It’s all a little confusing, but really, when haven’t comic book movies been kinda messy?
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Spider-Man’s costume, over time, has had one constant: it’s going to fall apart. No hero wears tattered fabric like Spidey does. So when concepting any outfit for Peter Parker in a film like Spider-Man: Homecoming or Far From Home, the question immediately has to become: but what is it going to look like after it’s been torn to shreds?
After the shocking news that Marvel and Sony’s backroom deal to share the rights to one of the most popular superheroes in the world broke up last month, it seems the tumultuous saga is already over: The two studios have announced a new deal to co-produce a third entry in the Spider-Man: Homecoming series.
If you were paying attention to the internet this week you will have heard the Sony/Marvel deal has now ended. Negotiations apparently broke down and it means Sony is taking back control of Spider-Man, and that means we won't be seeing Tom Holland as Spider-Man in the MCU again. Not anytime soon anyway.
You know how it is, in between days of shilling scientifically dubious lifestyle methods to women and filming cameos for Marvel movie after Marvel movie. They all blur together to the point that you just don’t have a clue where you’ll eventually show up.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has taken us all on quite a ride. From assembling the Avengers to going cosmic with the Guardians, or visiting Wakanda with Black Panther, these past 11 years and 21 movies have produced a lot of incredible moments.
But what are your favourites? The moments that have stuck with you years later? The we have ours, and maybe they line up with yours. Here they are, in no particular order.
Get a look at Creepshow’s spooktacular host. There might be more Doctor Who on the way this year, just not in the way you’d expect it. Melissa Rosenberg is already promising big things for Jessica Jones’ final season. Plus, meet a few more of Detective Pikachu’s horrifyingly adorable Pokémon pals, and a new Toy Story 4 clip. Spoilers now!
As a child growing up in South Africa, Debbie Berman always dreamed of being able to tell the sort of stories that people could connect with emotionally in order to help them escape reality. In time, what began as weekends spent convincing the other kids in her neighbourhood to participate in home movies grew into a lifelong passion that led to her working on some of Marvel Studio’s biggest movies to date like Black Panther and Captain Marvel.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, Gizmodo's regular roundup of the best toys around. This week, we've got some cute and collectable little Transformers, Mezco takes a swing at Spider-Man: Homecoming's other spider-suit, and Funko goes all the way in on your childhood cartoon nostalgia with a new line of Disney figures. Check it out!
Somehow, the pair with the magical pager is back, and this time they’re in Europe.
Video: The climactic mid-air battle between Spider-Man and the Vulture aboard an Avengers cargo plane in Spider-Man: Homecoming was one of the highlights of an already excellent movie. Turns out it was entirely realised using motion capture and computer-generated characters. Did you actually think a plane with a cloaking device existed?
One of the biggest differences between Spider-Man: Homecoming and its predecessors was Spidey's suit. Not strictly the design, though -- just the fact that it wasn't as skin-tight as Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield's form-fitting ensembles. And that was a headache for the computer graphics team behind it all.
The best promotional image for Spider-Man: Homecoming was the result of a happy accident. In fact, Tom Holland didn't even know he was being photographed for it. Because he was asleep.