J. Jonah Jameson and the 2019 Version of Spider-Man’s Daily Bugle Has Arrived

Spider-Man and the Daily Bugle go together like Superman and the Daily Planet or Iron Man and Stark Industries. It’s simply the place the hero always works. Well, considering digital media, YouTube, and so on are all the rage now, our “new” live-action J. Jonah Jameson had to get with the times. Read More >>

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Spider-Man Showdown: Sony Releases an Official Statement to Clarify Its Disney Relationship

Sony has released an official response to the recently reported news that Disney and Sony reached an impasse on its Spider-Man partnership, calling many of the stories “mischaracterised” and squaring much of the blame on Marvel Studio president Kevin Feige’s workload. Read More >>

Cobie Smulders Had No Clue About Her Spider-Man: Far From Home Reveal

Gwyneth Paltrow isn’t the only one who was in the dark about their role in a Spider-Man film – although, in this case, it wasn’t actually Cobie Smulders’ fault. The actress shared how she had no idea about her character’s major Spider-Man: Far From Home twist until about a week before it came out, and that a little movie magic was used to set up the big reveal. Read More >>

Far From Home Still Has Only the Second Best Display of Mysterio’s Schtick Outside of Comics

There is a moment in Spider-Man: Far From Home with Mysterio that is one of the most audaciously cool-looking things I’ve ever seen in a Marvel movie. But as good as it is, it still isn’t my favourite take on the character outside of comics. Read More >>

Spider-Man: Far From Home’s Marketing Was an Illusion Worthy of Mysterio Himself

While seeing Spider-Man: Far From Home in a public screening this past weekend, two unexpected things about the people in the cinema jumped out at me that elevated the filmgoing experience. The first was a moment of alarm when horrific sounds from a Midsommar screening next door began bleeding through the walls. The second was the wave of genuine shock that swept over the cinema as the shape of Mysterio’s Far From Home arc came into focus. Read More >>

Spider-Man: Far From Home’s Filmmakers Answer Some of Your Biggest Burning Questions

Spider-Man: Far From Home doesn’t just put a full stop on Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it offers some tantalising hints at the future. That meant, when we spoke to director Jon Watts and producers Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal about the film, we asked about those teases as well as a bunch of other things you may have been wondering after seeing the movie. Read More >>

One of Far From Home’s Shocking Twists Introduces a Key Aspect of Spider-Man’s Lore

Unlike Spider-Man: Homecoming, which did a solid job of rethinking characters from the comics in new ways in order to make yet another Peter Parker-centric story feel fresh for the big screen, Far From Home amps things up by cleaving ever-so-slightly closer to the source material. And it does so in ways both big and small. Read More >>

How Accurate is the Geography of Spider-Man: Far From Home?

The new Spider-Man film came out at the end of last week and, amazingly, Marvel have done it again. Yet again Marvel has continued on its upwards trajectory that has persisted ever since Thor inexplicably caught the Tube to Greenwich in Thor 2: The Dark World. It’s a seriously impressive accomplishment. Read More >>

The Challenge of Making and Marketing Spider-Man: Far From Home, When No One Could Know What It Was About

Spider-Man being dead wasn’t a huge problem. One would think killing the main character of a movie about year before its release would be exactly that but, for the team behind Spider-Man: Far From Home, it was not. Instead, it was just the first part of a long-in-place plan to raise the stakes for not just one movie, but at least three. Read More >>

This Fun Spider-Man: Far From Home Scene Was Cut, But You’ll Still Get to See it (and Its Star Wars Connection)

After you see Spider-Man: Far From Home next week you’re bound to wonder what happened to a few scenes from the trailers. One in particular, of Spider-Man messing with the NYPD, isn’t in the movie at all, so director Jon Watts told us what happened. Read More >>

Spider-Man: Far From Home Is a Spectacular Leap Forward for Peter Parker and the MCU

Because Spider-Man: Far From Home is the first major Marvel Cinematic Universe film set explicitly after the events of Avengers: Endgame, the great responsibility resting on its shoulders is twofold. Not only does the movie have to bring its titular hero back down to Earth from the most epic adventure of his life, it also has the vital job of setting an overarching tone and perspective for the next phase of Marvel’s grand cinematic project. The great thing is that the film does all of that and a whole hell of a lot more. Read More >>

Here’s What’s in the Avengers: Endgame Re-Release, Hitting Cinemas This Friday

It’s not much, but it’s probably going to be more than enough for Marvel Studios to swipe Avatar’s box office record. Read More >>

In Case You Were Worried, a Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Sequel Is Definitely in the Works

After the Oscar-winning success of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, there was little doubt a sequel would be coming. And not just a sequel – spinoffs and more, too. Speaking with Gizmodo about Spider-Man: Far From Home on Wednesday, producer Amy Pascal gave us a small but encouraging update. Read More >>

Tom Holland Has No Idea How Americans Say the Word ‘Multiverse’

Recently, Tom Holland gave a promotional interview with the outlet Pinkvilla, which was, in large part, an extremely normal interview about Spider-Man: Far From Home. Holland talked about Tony Stark, Peter Parker’s growing maturity, and his own surprising ability to keep Avengers: Endgame spoilers under wraps. Then we start talking about the multiverse. Read More >>