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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Trailer: The Webhead and Iron Man Build A Better Superhero
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Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer

In the age of the superhero shared universe, Spider-Man (Tom Holland) is by far the youngest of them all. He’s just a kid in high school who is still learning the ropes, and if he wants to become someone like Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), he’s going to have to learn how to play by the rules.

That’s what we see in the latest trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming. The trailer actually premiered during CinemaCon 2017 last night, but Sony is just releasing it to the public now. So why don’t you check it out below.

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Rumor: Sony Wants ‘Venom’ As An R-Rated Movie
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Venom

Spider-Man continues to be Sony’s flagship superhero. But now that studios are in the business of shared universes, Sony wants to cash in on the same success they are having. However, their first attempt was less than successful thanks in no small part to The Amazing Spider-Man 2‘s underperforming box office numbers. But now that they are sharing the Webslinger with Marvel Studios, they are going to take another stab at it starting with Venom.

More on the story below.

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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Will Make The Vulture A “Dark Tony Stark”
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Spider-Man: Homecoming

Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture is a recurring villain in the Spidey-verse, but has never made an appearance in any of the films. Until now. Michael Keaton will be playing the winged villain in the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming,, starring Tom Holland as the Webhead. Though most remember him as a genius who developed flight technology, audiences will be introduced a new variation of the character.

With a new trailer hitting the Internet tomorrow, we will probably find out more about him and why he is being considered a “Dark Tony Stark.” More on this story below.

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‘Baby Driver’ Trailer: Edgar Wright’s Heist Flick Has Bongos and Some Radar Love
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Baby Driver, the latest film from writer/director Edgar Wright ((Shaun of the Dead, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, The World’s End), had its world premiere on Saturday night in Austin, TX, at this year’s SXSW. Now, Sony has released the domestic and international trailers for the upcoming film, which you can watch here below.

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The Drill Down 466: To The Moon!
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TDD 466

This week, more tech responses to President Trump actions, Uber vs Google in a self-driving patent battle, PlayStation, Xbox, and YouTube in the news, SpaceX plans moon tourism, and much, much more.

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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Trailer: Look Out! It’s A New Spider-Man
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Sony has released the first trailer for Jon WattsSpider-Man: Homecoming, starring Tom Holland as the title hero and Michael Keaton as Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture. It’s been months since the first footage dropped at the San Diego Comic-Con earlier this year, and now we are getting our first look at the new Webhead in action. But we are also getting our first look at the John Hughes-vibe that we’ve heard so much about.

Check out there trailer here below.

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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Image Sees Spidey Missing His Train
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Some of you may know that the first trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming drops tonight. But just in case you forgot, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have decided to release a nice teaser image of the Webslinger to serve as a reminder that it is coming.

Those who couldn’t attend the panel at Comic-Con this summer will no longer have to wait or read details of the footage that was shown. Now you can enjoy a nice teaser image that should be able to hold you over until the release of that trailer later tonight. Check it out below.

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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Tease Wants You To See Full Trailer Tomorrow
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Spider-Man: Homecoming title card

When word came that Spider-Man would be shared by Sony and Marvel, every Marvel fan nearly dropped to their knees. That excitement grew exponentially when we learned that we would see him as early as Captain America: Civil War. And from that first moment, he said “Hey, Everybody,” we knew that this was the right Spider-Man.

Now we can get excited for his solo adventures, which kicks off with Spider-Man: Homecoming. After waiting seven grueling months, we’ll finally get to see the official trailer. Check out the video teasing the trailer’s release below.

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Ivan Reitman Says More ‘Ghostbusters’ Films On The Way
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Ghostbusters 2016

Before studios release a big budget tentpole movie, they announce that there are going to be sequels or even spinoffs. Sometimes that even happens long before the actual announcement happens, when a studio says they will be launching a shared-universe franchise. To some extent, it can work. But when a film like Ghostbusters fails to meet studio’s expectations, it can question whether or not it is even worth it to move forward with such a massive project.

Paul Feig‘s Ghostbusters, starring Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones, Kristen Wiig, and Kate McKinnon wasn’t the kind of film that Sony was expecting, with the misogynistic threats and trolling that plagued the film throughout the entire marketing campaign. The film’s tepid $244 million box office draw may not be enough to give the studio confidence to green light a sequel. Despite that, Ivan Reitman believes that he has big plans for the Ghostbusters franchise.

Check out what he had to say below.

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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’: Tom Holland Talks Contract, Zendaya Answers MJ Questions, and More
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It’s hard to believe that Spider-Man is actually a part of the MCU. But here we are, and after Tom Holland delivered a fantastic performance as the Webslinger in Captain America: Civil War, we can look forward to Spider-Man: Homecoming with enthusiasm and joy. Part of that comes from the fact that Marvel Studios had a hand in creating the character to fit into the MCU narrative by giving his standalone film John Hughes vibes. This version of Spider-Man takes the character back to its comic book roots where Peter Parker is a high school student who is trying to balance out his life as a teenager while still being a hero.

Being a part of the MCU family means that you get to appear in other films outside your own. Whether that means being a part of a larger ensemble like The Avengers or making a simple cameo, Marvel gives their actors a multi-picture contract that gives them the chance to play around in just more than their own sandbox. And now we know just how many films Holland will appear in. According to a new report, the actor will appear in a total of six films. In other Spider-Man: Homecoming related news, Zendaya side-steps around those annoying Mary Jane Watson questions, and Michael Keaton is finally confirmed to be playing Vulture. Check out all these stories below.

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