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Marvel Unlimited, Marvel’s digital comics subscription service, offers members unlimited access to over 19,000 issues of Marvel's classic and newer titles, delivered digitally through your desktop web browser and the Marvel Unlimited mobile app. With classic and newer issues added every week here are some of the amazing Marvel titles coming to Marvel Unlimited this December:
Week of 12/5
All-new Wolverine #9
All-new, All-different Avengers #10
Amazing Spider-man #13
Civil War II #1
It’S Here! The explosive first chapter in the comic event Everyone will be talking about. And we come out swinging with a blistering double-sized first issue from the creative team behind last year’s best-selling debut of Invincible Iron Man and Miles Morales. A new Inhuman, with the ability to profile the future, emerges and the ramifications ripple into every corner of the Marvel Universe. Lines are drawn, bodies fall, and »
- Michael Connally
In this edition of The Week in Spandex, we look at Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Thor: Ragnarok, Doctor Strange, Iron Man, The Inhumans, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Defenders, Logan, Aquaman, Birds of Prey, The Batman, Justice League, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, The Dark Knight Rises, Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Gotham, The Lego Batman Movie, Justice League Dark, Justice League Action, Spawn and more…
Director James Gunn gave Marvel fans an early Christmas present last night by unveiling the second trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, which while it doesn’t give away much in terms of plot, is packed with exciting footage of the returning Guardians, as well as new addition Mantis (Pom Klementieff), and lots and lots of Baby Groot! If you’ve not had the chance to watch the trailer yet, or you just want to revisit »
- Gary Collinson
Andrew Garfield landed the role of a lifetime when he signed on to play Peter Parker in July 2010, but unfortunately after a more-than-decent start in 2012's The Amazing Spider-Man, everything promising about the new series seemed to fall apart in the 2014 sequel, which despite financial success, sent the franchise into a nosedive and ultimately back into the hands of the illustrious Marvel Studios. The move, which has been welcomed a wide majority of fans, came at a steep price to Garfield as he was left out of the new agreement with the studios opting for a much younger Spidey - later revealed to be played by up-and-comer Tom Holland. While Garfield has since moved on to bigger and better things, including critically acclaimed dramatic turns in Ramin Bahrani's 99 Homes, Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge, and based on early word-of-mouth, Martin Scorsese's Silence (a role which will likely garner »
We are probably going to be seeing the first official trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming very soon, but some lucky fans in Brazil got a taste of what's to come. Sony held a panel at the Comic Con Experience 2016 in São Paulo, Brazil, where they showed a brief trailer for the movie. The footage, unfortunately, didn't make its way online, but a description of the footage has and what was revealed is very exciting for longtime Spider-Man fans.
Vice President and Executive Editor for Marvel's digital media team Ryan Penagos was in attendance at the panel and took to his Twitter account to give a good description of what was shown to the audience. According to his report, the footage shows Tom Holland as Spidey talking to Happy Hogan, played by Jon Favreau in the Iron Man series, in a Pov style. But the most exciting part has to do with a suit upgrade. »
In a roundtable discussion with several other actors for The Hollywood Reporter, Garfield, 33, answered the final question: “You’re on a desert island and can have one actor or actress with you. Who?”
“Emma Stone,” Garfield said, answering first. “I love Emma. She’s all right. She can come.”
And while Garfield was thinking of Stone, the La La Land actress was most recently seen exchanging giggles with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show on Thursday. While there, Stone and Fallon played “Singing Whisper Challenge,” erupting into »
- Blake Bakkila
1 December 2016 11:11 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
If you thought that Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man wasn't given the material he deserved in Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the one-time wall-crawler might agree with you.
During The Hollywood Reporter's Actor Roundtable, Garfield describes the experience of working on superhero movies as "brutal" and seems to be very aware of the potential squandered in Sony's last attempt at bringing the Marvel superhero to the big screen.
Referring to an earlier comment from Dev Patel, Garfield said, "I love what you just said, that you were looking at a stranger and feeling like »
- Graeme McMillan
Both Spider-Man: Homecoming and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 look set to receive the spotlight at Brazil’s Ccxp this coming weekend, and now the teaser poster for the latter has seemingly found its way online.
As you can see below, it puts the spotlight on the iconic symbol which will adorn the chest of Tom Holland’s wall-crawler. If this is indeed Spider-Man: Homecoming‘s first poster, it’s fairly simple, but it does make a bold statement that there’s a new Peter Parker in town following The Amazing Spider-Man movies.
The Brazilian Twitter account which shared this photo also claims that the first trailer for Jon Watts’ upcoming reboot will be shown at the event on Friday, and while past reports have pointed to it being attached to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story next month, this may very well be a sign that it’ll »
- Josh Wilding
During an “Actors on Actors” segment over at Variety, Garfield turned in a candid assessment of the blockbuster duo, claiming that, in his experience, “story and character were actually not top of the priority list.” If there’s one common criticism that rings true about Sony and Marc Webb’s budding franchise – particularly The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – it’s that the studio was so obsessed with building an interwoven cinematic universe that all of the half-baked storylines, throwaway villains and Sinister Six teases came at the expense of the actual story.
That’s something that Andrew Garfield touched base on during Variety’s segment, referencing how the “corporate” nature of Sony’s business model ultimately stifled the series before it could get going in earnest. »
- Michael Briers
For the past couple of years, around awards season (whether it be for the Oscars or Emmys), Variety has hosted Actors on Actors, a series where two performers sit down together and ask each other questions about their careers and performances. Recently, Andrew Garfield and Amy Adams, who are both in contention for an Oscar nomination this year for Hacksaw Ridge / Silence and Arrival / Nocturnal Animals, respectively, took part in the interview and discussed a common connection in their careers: their roles in superhero movies.
Garfield played Spider-Man in 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man and 2014’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, while Adams occupies the role of Lois Lane in the DC Extended Universe. Garfield, in particular, spoke about how his role as the web-crawler had an effect on him: “There’s something about being that young in that kind of machinery which I think is really dangerous. I was still young »
- Justin Cook
He will soon be seen in Martin Scorsese’s forthcoming epic Silence, and let’s face it, is doing rather well for himself, but Andrew Garfield has revealed in a Variety Q&A that was left ‘heartbroken’ from his turn in The Amazing Spider-Man and its sequel, and how it all ended up.
Garfield was speaking in an ‘Actors on Actors’ interview series and revealed all to Amy Adams.
“I’m loath to judge that experience and paint it as a whole. But there were great things about it. I got to work with incredible actors and a really great director,” he said
“I was very young for a man – I was 25, 26 – and I felt young in retrospect. I »
- Paul Heath
What’s so special about Lex Luthor‘s theme on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? Why was Andrew Garfield heartbroken after starring in The Amazing Spider-Man franchise? How are the mutants split up in the X-Men Gold and X-Men Blue comics coming soon? Want to see the Captain America: Civil War airport brawl in Lego form? […]
The post Superhero Bits: X-Men Gold & Blue, Heartbroken Andrew Garfield, Lex Luthor’s Theme & More appeared first on /Film. »
- Ethan Anderton
The Amazing Spider-Man was by no means a bad movie, but it didn’t exactly live up to expectations. “The Untold Story” we were promised seemingly ended up on the cutting room floor, while the much talked about Pov scenes ended up amounting to pretty much nothing. The sequel however was abysmal, and while it looked […]
- Josh Wilding
Image via Sony
It ain’t easy being an actor in a big franchise. Sure, as audience members, we have a tendency to romanticize the glamor of it all. We see what comes out on screen, and there’s a certain magic to it that’s hard to shake. Unless you’ve had a chance to experience how the sausage actually gets made, it’s easy to assume that an actor’s career is mostly made up of those high points we see on film. We don’t see the hours of grueling work that goes behind the scenes, the copious amount of boredom that likely hits when waiting around on set, or the insecurity of never really knowing if your character (or the movie, for that matter) is going to work on screen.
It’s a difficult enough thing in a small movie, but when you’re just a »
- Joseph Medina
Andrew Garfield and Amy Adams are talking superhero disappointments as part of Variety‘s “Actors On Actors” series. The pair are no strangers to comic book movies, with Adams’ continued role as Lois Lane in Warner Bros. “Superman” movies and Garfield’s two performances as Spider-Man in “The Amazing Spider-Man”. Now, with Garfield passing the torch to […] »
- Rachel West
With Marvel now teaming with Sony to bring Peter Parker to the big screen (again), the latter studio can start putting “The Amazing Spider-Man” fiasco in the rear view. What was supposed to launch an entire movie universe around the webslinger evaporated after two movies, both of which underwhelmed at the box office and were met with fanboy disappointment. It couldn’t have been easy for Andrew Garfield, who had the marquee role of his young career and who likely figured it would be a stepping stone to bigger and better things.
- Kevin Jagernauth
Playing Spider-Man left Andrew Garfield “heartbroken, a little.”
In Variety’s “Actors on Actors” interview with Amy Adams, Garfield discussed the struggle he had coming to terms with big-budget movies.
“There’s something about being that young in that kind of machinery which I think is really dangerous,” Garfield said of his time on the two “The Amazing Spider-Man” films. “I was still young enough to struggle with the value system, I suppose, of corporate America really, it’s a corporate enterprise mostly.”
Garfield went on to say that his experience taught him that story and character are ultimately not always “top of the priority list.”
“I found that really, really tricky. I signed up to serve the story, and to serve this incredible character that I’ve been dressing as since I was three, and then it gets compromised and it breaks your heart,” he said. “I got heartbroken »
- Will Thorne
Now that Doctor Strange has arrived, Marvel fans are looking forward to what the studio has coming next year. That includes a few big movies, but perhaps most importantly, Peter Parker will be making his solo movie debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe release Spider-Man: Homecoming. We are still waiting for a trailer, but now we have a new poster to feast our eyes on.
The new poster made its way onto Twitter via the Tom Holland Brazil account. This image for Spider-Man: Homecoming doesn't give us much new to look at, since it is pretty much the first logo that was released for the movie with a picture of Tom Holland as Spider-Man hanging out on the left side of it. Still, despite being simple, it is a good poster. According to the tweet, the poster debuted at a Marvel visual effects event that took place in Italy recently. »
Simon Brew Nov 28, 2016
Ah, this is a shame. Jim Mickle, who directed the impressive Cold In July, was set to start lensing his new movie, a mystery drama by the name of Godforsaken next week. But the film looks to have fallen apart with the last minute departure from it by Sylvester Stallone.
See related The Amazing Spider-Man 3: what would have happened?
Stallone was responsible for bringing the movie to Stx Entertainment, and he’s worked on the screenplay with Laurence Grey, following the original script by Daniel Casey.
Stallone was set to play an ex-con who has to protect his remaining family following the death of his son. The reason for his late departure from the film has now been revealed. Stx isn’t abandoning the project, but there’s little chance of »
Simon Brew Nov 28, 2016
See related The Amazing Spider-Man 3: what would have happened?
If all had gone to plan, he would have appeared in 1986’s Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, one of the most successful movies in the Trek series. It was penned by Steve Meerson and Peter Krikes, and in a new interview, Meerson has been recalling putting the script of the film – that was, of course, directed by Leonard Nimoy – together.
“They knew they wanted to make a movie that would make a statement about the environment. They knew that they wanted it to include whales. They »
The first official trailer for Martin Scorsese’s riveting religious drama “Silence” has arrived. The film, which is set to be released this Dec. 23, stars “The Amazing Spider-Man” actor Andrew Garfield and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” star Adam Driver as two Christian missionaries who come to face the ultimate test of faith when their […] »
- Cat Williams
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