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After several months of speculation, it is finally happening. Sony link Spider-Man's film rights with Marvel Studios, meaning that Spider-Man will be featured in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Spider-Man will make an appearance in Captain America: Civil War for 2016 and will later be featured in his own movie in 2017.
The role link, as Andrew Garfield has chosen not to continue working in the series. His reasons for quitting are uncertain; perhaps he was tired of Sony withholding information about the status of the series from him or he was disappointed by the movies' mediocre reception. Whatever...
Five years after the release of 2007's "SPIDER-MAN 3", Sony Pictures and Marvel Films decided to release a new SPIDER-MAN movie. The latter proved not to be a third sequel to the 2002 movie, "SPIDER-MAN". Instead, it turned out to be a franchise re-boot featuring a new actor in the lead and the first film of a new series of films.
With Andrew Garfield now portraying Peter Parker aka Spider-Man and Marc Webb directing, "THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN" commenced upon an entirely new saga about the web slinger. In this film, Peter is a geeky high school student and...
Mary Jane Watson, who doesn't know about her? Successful model/actress, Spidey's girlfriend later turned wife...If you're into Spider-man you at least must know about Mary Jane and her overall presence in the Spidey universe.
Yet for some inexplicable reason, it seems that Mary Jane has gathered a lot of hate in the recent years (while Gwen Stacy, Spidey's doomed girlfriend, has been placed on a pedestal), whether it be from poor reinterpretations of her, annoyed fans, or writers who just don't get her character.
Why does she get so much unneeded hate? Is it because of an aspect of her character...
Italian Spiderman is an Australian film parody of Italian action–adventure films of the 60s and 70s, first released on YouTube in 2007. The parody purports to be a "lost Italian film" by Alrugo Entertainment, an Australian film-making collective