The Week in Movie News: ‘Star Wars’ Returns Again in 2022, New ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Trailer and more

The Week in Movie News: ‘Star Wars’ Returns Again in 2022, New ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Trailer and more

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New Star Wars trilogy begins in three years: Disney revealed its known slate of movies for the next eight years, with dates slotted for Marvel, Avatar and Star Wars installments. The last of these franchises will kick off a whole new trilogy in December 2022 with the other two installments alternating with Avatar sequels in the same month through 2027 [via Variety].

 

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Today in Movie Culture: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Easter Eggs, the Science of the ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Timeline and More

Today in Movie Culture: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Easter Eggs, the Science of the ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Timeline and More

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Easter Eggs of the Day:

This week, tickets became available for Spider-Man: Far From Home two months in advance of its release – and we got a new trailer for the sequel, too. This spot reveals a lot about how the movie relates to the events of Avengers: Endgame, but how many details did you miss? Here’s ScreenCrush with a breakdown of every Easter egg and plot clue in the latest ad for the…

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10 Cool Things We Learned From the Set of ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

10 Cool Things We Learned From the Set of ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

A lot has happened since the events of Spider-Man: Homecoming, and a lot has been revealed about the state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since Fandango visited the set of its follow-up, Spider-Man: Far From Home, in August 2018. But there’s still much to share, things that Sony and Marvel were able to divulge to press at the time — impressively without giving away anything regarding Avengers: Endgame — about the plot and characters of the upcoming sequel. …

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Exclusive Interview: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Director Jon Watts Breaks Down That Wild New Trailer

Exclusive Interview: 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Director Jon Watts Breaks Down That Wild New Trailer

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As Avengers: Endgame continues to smash box office records and rank among the highest grossing movies of all time, fans are now turning their attention to what comes next in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Well, what comes next is Spider-Man: Far From Home, a sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming that will answer a lot of questions all of us have after experiencing the dramatic,…

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Next 3 Marvel Movies We Want to See: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home,’ ‘Black Widow,’ ‘Black Panther 2’

Next 3 Marvel Movies We Want to See: 'Spider-Man: Far From Home,' 'Black Widow,' 'Black Panther 2'

No spoilers here, but Avengers: Endgame is definitely living up to expectations that it would define a generation of movies. Whether that's solely Marvel's 10-year series of superhero adventures or, more broadly, the most recent epoch of ambitious blockbusters, we're happy to raise the question with an eye to the future.

Indeed, what can Marvel do to top Avengers: Endgame? In brief, the focus will remain on individual characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We've…

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Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man has gone global. Check out the new international #SpiderManFarFromHome art and see the film in theaters July 5!

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Today in Movie Culture: ‘Captain Marvel’ as an Animated Feature, Alternate ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Ending and More

Today in Movie Culture: ‘Captain Marvel’ as an Animated Feature, Alternate ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Ending and More

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Remade Trailer of the Day:

What if Captain Marvel was an animated feature? Darth Blender cut together bits from old Avengers and Spider-Man cartoons featuring Captain Marvel and Nick Fury to remake the new live-action superhero movie’s original trailer in a new format:

 

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Today in Movie Culture: ‘Greta’ Director Commentary, ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ Nods to Past Spider-Man Movies and More

Today in Movie Culture: ‘Greta’ Director Commentary, ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ Nods to Past Spider-Man Movies and More

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Director Commentary of the Day:

Greta is now in theaters, so for the New York Times, Neil Jordan breaks down a big scene from the thriller featuring a spat between Chloe Grace Moretz and Isabelle Hubbert with a voiceover commentary:

 

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Oscars 2019: ‘Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse’ leads the animated pack

The 91st Academy Awards are just over a week away. In our continuing look at the race to Oscars glory, this week we delve into one of the more colorful categories: Best Animated Feature. Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse (Way Up) “Spider-Verse” came out of nowhere in December, receiving rave reviews and picking up a slew…
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Spider-Man, John Wick 3, and all the other new movie trailers from this past week

New Trailers

Like I told you last week, the first half of January lacked any exciting trailers, but that was about to change. And that’s exactly what happened. In a matter of days, we saw not one, but two Spider-Man: Far From Home trailers — yes, the international version does count. Moreover, John Wick fans will be excited to see the first footage for Chapter 3. And then there’s the new Ghostbusters to talk about.

However, when it comes to new movies, it’s going to be a rather boring week at the box office, with M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass being the only blockbuster-sized movie launching this week.

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The Week in Movie News: ‘Ghostbusters 3’ in the Works, First ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Trailer and More

The Week in Movie News: ‘Ghostbusters 3’ in the Works, First ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Trailer and More

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Ghostbusters 3 in the works: Sony is ready to believe you want more Ghostbusters, as they’re moving forward with a third installment of the original movie series from the 1980s. This one will be co-written and directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Jason Reitman, son of original Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II helmer Ivan Reitman. Read everything we know about the sequel…

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Spider-Man Meets Nick Fury in First ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Trailer; Here’s Everything We Know

Spider-Man Meets Nick Fury in First ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Trailer; Here’s Everything We Know

Given what happens in Avengers: Infinity War, the next solo Spider-Man movie is shrouded in secrecy. At least, a lot of the details are. What we do know is the Spider-Man: Homecoming follow-up will be titled Spider-Man: Far From Home and it will supposedly be set after the events of this summer's Avengers: Endgame — if anyone is even still alive after that ultimate Marvel crossover, that is.

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Tom Holland Hints That the Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Drops This Week

Tom Holland shared a cryptic tweet Monday in response to fans asking when the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer will be released, teasing that it would be any day now.

“So I spoke to Sony…” the tweet read.

The response came following a well known Marvel fan, Kirk Deveyck, who uploaded a video on Twitter for Holland on Saturday, demanding the trailer be dropped.

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We have some bad news about the first ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ trailer

Spider-Man Far From Home

The first Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer was shown at CCXP in Brazil last week, so many people thought that Sony and Marvel would also release it in theaters, on YouTube, and on TV. However, that didn’t happen and the trailer was pushed back to mid-December, according to reports at the time. There was also some chatter flying around that the trailer would premiere this week instead, but if you expected to see the first this week you’re going to be disappointed to hear the trailer isn’t coming.

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Next 3 Marvel Studios Movies: ‘Captain Marvel,’ ‘Avengers: Endgame,’ ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

Next 3 Marvel Studios Movies: 'Captain Marvel,' 'Avengers: Endgame,' 'Spider-Man: Far From Home'

The chilly month of December has warmed up nicely, thanks to superheroes. The animated adventure Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (above), opening in theaters this coming Friday, December 14, has already received rave reviews. Advance word on Aquaman, opening in theaters the following Friday, December 21, has also been very positive.

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‘Spider-Man’ swings into dazzling if goofy ‘Spider-Verse’

Much like its hero, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” swings wildly from place to place, in a tone that’s so uneven as to initially be a trifle disorienting. Stick with it, though, and this animated feature — distinguished by its dazzling visual palette, which creates the feel of a comic book leaping onto the screen — proves a great deal of fun, reinforcing that animation remains the ideal medium (if not the most profitable) for superhero adaptations.


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How Many End Credit Scenes Are in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse?

With the reviews now in for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, we can reveal whether there are any end- or post-credit scenes in the Sony-Marvel film and, if so, how many.

Turn away now if you don’t want to know!

Still here? OK then…

There isn’t really a mid-credits scene in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, but there is a nice and touching tribute to Spider-Man creators Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.

The post-credits surprise, on the other hand, is a full-fledged scene.

Again, spoilers follow!

The scene features the surprise arrival of Spider-Man 2099, the Spider-Man of the future. The man under the mask is Miguel O’Hara, voiced by Oscar Isaac (a.k.a. Poe Dameron). His appearance leads to a fun retro-trip to the old Spidey cartoon from the 1960s.

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Exclusive ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Clip: Other Spider People

Exclusive 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Clip: Other Spider People

From the outside, the shed looks like nothing special to Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) and his new friends. Peter Parker, a.k.a. Spider-Man (Jake Johnson), says he too has "a shed where I keep my Spider gear."

In our exclusive clip from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Aunt May (Lily Tomlin) invites Miles, Peter and Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) inside her ordinary-looking shed. Very quickly, however, they realize they have never seen any shed like this before. We won't…

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What Are Miles Morales’ Powers in ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’?

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse might feature a whole team of Spider-Men/Women/People, but make no mistake, this is a Miles Morales film. For fans and critics who have been itching to see Miles on the big screen, this is huge. He’s very much the focal point of the movie, and seeing him grapple with new abilities, alternate realities all while balancing high school makes for a great storyline. He even has a few powers that no other Spider-Hero has, and he’ll get plenty of opportunities to show them off throughout the near two-hour runtime. So, what are Miles’ powers?

 

Spider-Powers



He’s not called Spider-Man for nothing. After he’s bitten by the radioactive spider in an abandoned subway tunnel, Miles quickly learns that he can stick to things as it causes trouble for him in school. He struggles to control his powers, but eventually he’ll be crawling up walls at every opportunity. It’s made clear that he’s not the most agile of teenagers, making clumsy awkward movements as he pretty much trips over his own feet. Luckily, thanks to the superpowers he’s jumping through the air and dodging danger at every turn.

With a little help from an aging Peter Parker, Miles masters the art of web-slinging, but not without hitting signs, lampposts and even a train before learning to glide through the streets of Manhattan. To be fair to Miles, in the most recent trailer Pete only gives him one web-shooter to learn with when hurling him off a balcony. Talk about throwing him in at the deep end. Like all the rest of the Spider-Heroes in the film, he also has Spider-Sense – warning him of danger briefly before it happens. Spider-Sense will quite literally be a life-saver during the many fights in the film, especially since Miles isn’t a trained fighter… Yet. It also helps him recognize other people with the same powers… Spider-Friends!

 

Venom Blast



He might have all the usual Spider-Powers, but he also has a vicious ability which gives him the edge over his opponents. Miles’ ‘Venom Blast’ uses his own biochemistry to attack other people. Crazy. We’ll get it out of the way right now, it has nothing to do with the Venom symbiote, it just happens to share the name. The ability also doesn’t have anything to do with a venomous liquid – it’s actually a huge electric charge that Miles can disperse from his hands when he’s touching something or someone.

Much like the rest of his abilities, it will take some time before he’s able to master it. In the comics, he accidentally used the blast for the first time on another teenager who was trying to steal his bag. That’s a shocking lesson the would-be-thief won’t forget. And once he’s more familiar with his powers, he can even transform his bio-electricity into a physical string of energy he can use in fights. We wouldn’t want to be on the end of that lasso. There’s no doubt that Miles will be able to use his Venom Blast against his enemies throughout Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

 

Invisibility



Miles comes with a few extras that make other heroes jealous. Arguably his most interesting power is being able to turn completely invisible. And although it’s initially played for comedy as we’ve all seen in the trailers, it will become an essential asset to Miles in keeping him alive in his superheroics. The older Peter Parker is just as surprised as Miles at first, and is then instantly jealous that he can’t do it. The dynamic between the two really does look interesting. It first starts to show as a fight-or-flight response in a situation when Miles is scared or feels embarrassed. Remember when Jessica Alba first started showing her powers as the Invisible Woman in the 2004 version of Fantastic Four? It’s very similar.

When Miles’ powers started to manifest after the spider bite, he was trying to hide from his Dad. They didn’t see eye-to-eye on Miles’ friendship with his Uncle Aaron (A.K.A. The Prowler) and were having an argument about it. The young hero was trying to hide from his Dad after their brief fight, and quickly noticed that he was actually becoming invisible. After that, Miles quickly fled. Although when he jumped over two people moving out of their house, he turned invisible again while mid-air. Miles Morales everyone; hide and seek champion.

You can see Miles’ powers for yourself on the big screen when Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse swings into theaters on December 14.

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Interview: ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ Producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller Talk Spider-Man, Stan Lee and Reinventing the Comic Book Movie

Interview: 'Into the Spider-Verse' Producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller Talk Spider-Man, Stan Lee and Reinventing the Comic Book Movie

It is unlike any Spider-Man movie before, and it is on the verge of redefining the way animated movies are made. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse swings into theaters on December 14, and with it comes a super-inventive and visually stunning story that introduces a new Spider-Man of color in Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), along with a smattering of other Spidey characters born out of the character's deep-rooted comics history. 

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Everything You Need To Know About ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’

Your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man is back, but not in a form that’s ever had centre stage on the big screen. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse follows Miles Morales – the Spider-Man of an alternate universe to the Peter Parker with whom we are familiar – as he gets to grip to being the one and only Spider-Man. Only one problem with that – ‘one and only’ has become ‘one of several’, as alternate-universe spider heroes are thrown together in Miles’ New York. Am I creating more questions than answers? Not to worry, because the video above will tell you everything you need to know about Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse.

Keep your eyes peeled for more Spidey updates here before you web swing into the Spider-Verse with previews on the 6th of December and general release on the 13th December.

 

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Watch Exclusive ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Clip: Tickets on Sale Now!

Watch Exclusive 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Clip: Tickets on Sale Now!

Superheroes come in all shapes and sizes, but we've rarely seen that on the big screen in animated form. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse will unleash a new kind of superhero in a new kind of animated adventure, featuring a young man who still has a lot of learning to do.

In the exciting clip, we see Peter Parker, a.k.a. Spider-Man (voiced by Jake Johnson), teamed up with young Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore). They breezily walk through a facility where they don't belong,…

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‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ – Everything You Need To Know

You’ve surely heard of Peter Parker; probably Miles Morales as well. Maybe even Gwen Stacey, Spider-Ham, and Spider-Noir ring a bell, but we’re willing to bet Sony’s new animated feature, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, is something new, even if you’re a devout Spidey fan. Not to worry, though, because Fandom is here to provide you with a crash course on everything you need to know about Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

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Daredevil and Spider-Man Wouldn’t Get On in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Although Daredevil and Spider-Man have teamed up on more than a handful of occasions in the comic books, we haven’t seen them meet yet in the MCU. And while Marvel’s TV and movie universes are kept largely separate, they are connected. Which leaves the opportunity for crossovers wide open. Clark Gregg’s Agent Coulson has been known to travel between the two: the Agents of SHIELD regular is due to make his next big screen appearance in Avengers: Infinity War Part II. Sam Jackson’s Nick Fury also crosses the divide. But could Daredevil be about to make his big screen debut?

Rumours are that it will happen in the Homecoming sequel, Spider-Man: Far From Home which is apparently set during the time leading up to Thanos’s snap. But we could even see Daredevil pop up in Infinity War Part II, potentially, as the Avengers and their superhero allies might look to assemble an even bigger team to undo Thanos’s devastating deed, ushering in the Defenders to help. While it’s unlikely we’ll see Spidey in Daredevil Season 3, the series could set up Matt Murdock’s transition to the big screen and an interaction with the webslinger.

Charlie Cox, who plays Daredevil in the Marvel series, has said he’d like to “do something” with Spider-Man in the future. However, while in the comic books, Daredevil and Spidey have something of a big brother/little brother relationship, it’s difficult to see how the Matt Murdock we know from the Daredevil TV series could ever get on with Tom Holland’s Peter Parker. Here’s why.

Murdock is Grumpy AF

Right now, Matt Murdock is dour, and deadly serious. He’s been through the mill, believing the love of his life, Elektra, is dead, and having survived – just – a building collapsing on top of him. In short, he’s at rock bottom. Daredevil Season 3 catches up with Matt immediately after the events of The Defenders and we meet him again recuperating with nuns – including a certain Sister Maggie, which could have a bunch of ramifications for Matt. It certainly sets in motion a crisis of faith. He’s always carried Catholic guilt but Season 3 sees Murdock really questioning what he believes, as well as his own purpose and identity. There is no way on earth he’d put up with a sparky Spidey knocking around. A young whippersnapper blown away by everything? There’s no place in Daredevil’s tortured R-rated world for an effervescent PG high-schooler.

He’s a Loner


Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil.

Going into Season 3, Matt is more a loner than ever before. Having only kept a few trusted people close, he’s now cutting himself off from his friends and loved ones. Peter Parker is the opposite: loving company, loving his friends, loving – hero-worshipping, even – his fellow superheroes. OK, he hasn’t yet really suffered and notched up the life experience Murdock has but the fizzy, wide-eyed Parker is in awe of everything. While Murdock, on the other hand — especially right now — is world-weary. He wouldn’t have it in him to entertain Peter Parker, despite being no stranger to a team-up. And though Marvel’s The Defenders – in which he struggled to get on with the rest of the team initially — did open Murdock up to the idea of accepting help, Season 3 sees him retreat right back into himself.

Daredevil and Spider-Man Are At Different Stages In Their Superhero Careers

Matt has always been about saving people, helping those that can’t help themselves. Tom Holland’s Peter Parker is yet to fully reach that stage – particularly at the moment in time that Daredevil Season 3 picks up, before Thanos’s earth-shattering snap. While Murdock is happy to go about his work with just a scarf over his eyes in lieu of his suit, Parker still cares about whether his Spidey suit looks cool – and is still trying to prove himself. The two are simply at different stages, with Parker’s being a perky, upbeat one that frequently rubs Tony Stark up the wrong way, and Murdock’s being one that seems to be transitioning from a ‘thou shall not kill’ mindset to one where killing might be an option.

Their Life Experiences Are Poles Apart


Vincent D'Onofrio's Wilson Fisk is just one of the many extra-heinous presences in Matt Murdock's life.

Following on from the notion that their careers are at different stages, it makes sense that they’d bristle because of Parker’s dearth of horrible life experiences (parents’ death notwithstanding) and Murdock’s tragic wealth of them.

In the films, Peter Parker is annoying. He’s a kid, over-enthusiastic, reckless and thinks he knows best. He really grinds Tony Stark’s gears at times. He’s breezy – but not especially quippy or funny, just irritating. Kind of sweet. But mostly irritating. In Homecoming, he demonstrates that he believes he knows better than Tony Stark and decides to run before he can walk, sending himself off on a mission to fell Vulture that lands him in a heap of trouble. Infuriating. And, of course, this would be magnified tenfold through the eyes of a man who’s seen what Matt Murdock has seen. Murdock has been embroiled in some really dark stuff throughout his series – human trafficking, the reprehensible actions of The Hand and hardcore gangster dealings. Not to mention getting sucked into facing off against criminal mastermind and deranged psychokiller, Wilson Fisk.

One Way To Make It Work


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Mapone Romanova thrashing everyone at pool.

With Daredevil Season 3 exploring Matt Murdock’s inability to be both Murdock and Daredevil, it offers the perfect opportunity for Murdock to prepare to hand over the mantle. The series’ new villain, Bullseye, whose origin story we learn, wears Daredevil’s costume this time around – paving the way for a handover further down the line. This is where the Daredevil/Spider-Man comic book relationship comes in.

In the comics, Murdock trains up a young protegé named Tim to take over from him in the role of Daredevil. Tim is the adopted son of Ben Urich. He also happens to be best friend to Peter Parker. So, in the MCU, could Murdock show up to train a youngster who’s a friend of Spidey’s perhaps? Whether it’s Tim or someone else. In the comics, Tim meets a young, blind, red-headed, pool-sharp woman in a bar one day called Mapone Romanova, who turns out to be the daughter of Matt Murdock and Natasha Romanova aka Black Widow. This could really shove a stick of dynamite up the MCU, introducing a backstory in which Murdock and Scarlett Johansson’s Romanoff were lovers. More interestingly, Mapone is apparently the reincarnation of Stick, Murdock’s former mentor.

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